Blink-182 Tickets at Newcastle Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on
Sunday 09 July 2017
No under 14s in the standing area, 0 - 14s must be accompanied by an adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.
To keep things fair for customers, we often place restrictions on the quantity of tickets you may purchase; for example setting a minimum or maximum quantity, or requiring you to buy your tickets in sets of 2 or other multiples.
These restrictions are per-customer, not per order. In the interests of fairness, we reserve the right to cancel multiple orders from the same customer if we believe they are attempting to circumvent these limits.
Please note that some seats have possible sight restrictions as below:
Block 200/218 - listed as possible just in case there are large screens/speakers that might cause an issue
Back rows of 200/201/202/215/216/217/218 - these are level with the row in front so only really an issue if you have a tall person in front of a small person
Block 107 - listed as possible in case the mixer in large/contains cameras etc.
Blocks 207-211 - These are under the overhang of the balcony/behind pillars.
Block 100/114 - usually blocked slightly by speakers/staging
CHILDREN UNDER 14 Policy
As a responsible entertainment venue, the safety and comfort of our patrons is paramount. This Duty of Care is particularly relevant when protecting minors under 14 years old; as such our policy is that all children under 14 years old must be accompanied by an adult, defined as someone 16+ years of age who will be present for the full duration of the event.
For certain shows where the audience is both seated and standing, no one under 14 years old will be permitted AT ALL to stand on the auditorium floor.
Parents should always be aware of their general responsibilities regarding their children's safety in situations where they are outside their direct control, and indeed legislation detailing these responsibilities.
American rock band blink-182 formed in 1992 in California, with an original line-up of Mark Hoppus, Tom Delonge and Scott Raynor. The band now consists of Mark Hoppus, Matt Skiba (of Alkaline Trio) and Travis Barker, following the departure of drummer Scott Raynor in 1998 and vocalist/guitarist Tom Delonge in 2015.
Considered a key band in the development of the Pop Punk genre, blink-182 have sold over 35 million albums worldwide since their debut release in 1995. Most recent album 'California' (the band's first release without original member Tom Delonge) became the band's first UK number one charting album.
Tickets for Blink-182 tours sell fast, make sure you grab yours quick!