PUNK ON THE PENINSULA IS AN ALL-AGES FESTIVAL;
HOWEVER, VIP AREAS ARE 21+ ONLY
FESTIVAL DATES AND TIMES
FRIDAY, JUNE 3
SATURDAY, JUNE 4
SUNDAY, JUNE 5
How can I contact Punk on the Peninsula?
What do I do upon arrival?
Take your ticket to the wristband exchange in the portable cabin at the Dunoon Ferry terminal where it will be exchanged for a wristband which will be put on for you. Don’t take it off at all over the weekend as this will gain you entrance each day. Damaged wristbands may be exchanged but do not lose them because they cannot be replaced.
DOORS - OPENING TIMES
The Festival kicks off at 7.30pm on THURSDAY and 12pm on Friday / Saturday / Sunday - A full programme will be published nearer the time of the festival.
Once you have exchanged your ticket for a wristband you are free to come and go as you please. Towards the end of each evening, security may restrict entry – i.e. at a 12am finish the last entrance may be 11.15pm
In accordance with UK law all performance venues are no smoking areas, there are designated outdoor smoking areas at each of the venues.
Many of our Dunoon venues are listed buildings and as such there may be physical restrictions in what can and can’t be done to accommodate accessibility. There are multiple venues and both the POTP Festival and the venue operators are committed to ensuring that everybody has access to all areas. We are happy to provide advice and assistance. Please read our ACCESSIBILITY STATEMENT and our policy for disability admission.
Health & Safety
Your safety and well being whilst at POTP is our primary concern. Please read our statement.
Bars / Food?
Drinks and food are provided by the venues and the POTP festival has no say in pricing or menus. There will be a bar in each venue and many separate bars nearby. There are many coffee shops which sells cakes and sandwiches and cafes/restaurants for main meals. Our venues are placed in the middle of a Dunoon's town centre, so shops, pubs, bars, cafes and restaurants are all in walking distance.
Are cameras allowed inside the venue?
Cameras for personal use are permitted in the venues. These are defined as small compact digital cameras or phone cameras etc. Professional or Semi Professional cameras including Digital SLRs are not permitted. The public are not allowed to take photo’s from the pit and no professional photographers or photography will be allowed without prior permission. Please contact our Publicity Manager Iain Kilgallon at firstname.lastname@example.org if you require press accreditation or are unsure of our photography policy.
Who is playing and what day to they play on?
As bands are confirmed, we’ll post them on the LINE-UP page and also announce them on Facebook. We cannot confirm which day a band is playing until all the bands are booked and the days / stages have been sorted out. So whilst a band maybe advertised as confirmed, please don’t ask us when / where / what time they will be playing. We will update the LINE-UP page to show this information as soon as it is ready. Until this is up on the site it is not possible to tell you what bands play on a particular day.
Accommodation – Where Can I stay?
Dunoon is a busy UK seaside resort and has many hotels, bed & breakfasts, self catering and guest houses. There are lots of inexpensive accomodation options in Dunoon, many of which are adjacent to the venues. We also have secured camping facilities for up to 20 tents at the Royal Marine Hotel - one of our venues - so check out our Travel & Accommodation page for POTP specially negotiated discounts.
Dunoon is on the West Coast of Scotland – less than one hour away from Glasgow. The nearest airport is Glasgow International Airport and trains from Glasgow run regularly . If travelling by foot, the train station you need is Gourock where you can transfer to a passenger ferry across to Dunoon. A car ferry is available for those travelling by car/van/minibus.
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