SLOT show heading for sell-out; fewer than 160 seated and standing-room tickets left
A win at the European Championships can never hurt ticket sales, and the organizers of the August 11th St. Laurence O’Toole concert at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall say that they have only 60 seats left, and, after these are gone, will release 100 standing-room tickets.
Dougie Orr of the Phoenix Honda-Glasgow Skye Pipe Band, the concert developers, says that widespread reports that the show is sold out are incorrect – at least as of today.
With the inevitable move to standing-room-only this year it will be the third time that the concert has achieved that level of success.
“The last thing I want is people who want a ticket thinking it is sold out when there are tickets available,” Orr said.
The St. Laurence O’Toole “Evolution” concert will in part celebrate the band’s 100th anniversary, highlighting some of the band’s music and history over the years. SLOT also performed at the 2005 “Pre-World’s” concert, which dates back to the early 1990s when it was first held in Motherwell, Scotland.