Making Waves Festival - Saturday Tickets

Irvine Beach Park, Irvine.

This is an outdoor standing event, which will be entirely exposed to the elements with little shelter.
The surface will be entirely grass underfoot. Customers who need Wheelchair access should only book from the Harbour Arts Centre in Irvine 01294 274059.

All bags will be searched and you are encouraged not to bring bags larger than handbag (A3 size).
No alcohol of any kind is permitted into the site or any unsealed plastic bottles.
No glass bottles will be permitted.
No flares or smoke bombs will be allowed. No weapons.
Zero tolerance on drugs - Police will be involved.

There will be plenty of Bars, Food outlets and of course toilets.

All tickets will be scanned at point of entry.
Branded wristbands will be secured to your person, allowing you to leave the site.
Please do not be offended if you are searched upon re-entry.

All customers need a ticket regardless of age.
However, 5 years and under can get a ticket free of charge.
THis will be closely monitored when entering site.

Please note we intend to film the event for future promotional purposes.

Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. We cannot issue refunds to under 18s who are not accompanied by an adult.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION OUTDOOR STANDING £48.15 (£45.00)

All persons, regardless of age must have a ticket.

5 YEARS OLD AND BELOW £0.00 (£0.00)

* Handling and delivery fees may apply to your order  

More information about Making Waves Festival - Saturday tickets

This summer, live music is making a long-awaited comeback to Irvine Harbourside and Beach Park. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Isle of Arran, Scotland's new seaside festival - Making Waves - will provide top-quality outdoor concerts, as well as activities on and off the water which everyone can enjoy.

The main music event on Saturday 23 July 2022 will see Del Amitri, Twin Atlantic, Fatherson, JJ Gilmour, Blue Rose Code, Nerina Pallot and Anna Sweeney play the Beach Park's open-air stage.
Sunday 24 July will see top tribute and traditional acts take to the stage for a family friendly afternoon (details coming soon).

Throughout the weekend there will be free activities along the Harbourside and Beach Park including a spectacular aerobatic display by the RAF Red Arrows.

Event subject to Licence.