FreshFest ticket/wristband pre-orders will close at 12pm on Tuesday 19th September. If you have not ordered your ticket before this point, you will be able to pay on the door at the venue. If you have pre-ordered your ticket/wristband this can be collected from the venue.

If you have bought an RGU Freshers 2017 Wristband you qualify for free entry to this event!


CHRIS RAMSEY

Chris Ramsey is one of the most exciting comedy acts today. His high-energy delivery and off-the-cuff style have cemented him a place as regular face on entertainment shows such as Celebrity Juice (ITV2), Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC Two), 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), Sweat the Small Stuff (BBC3) and Virtually Famous (E4). As well as these, he has appeared on Drunk History (Comedy Central), Celebrity Squares(ITV) Benchmark (C4) & Time Crashers (C4).

As a stand-up he is in demand on television with appearances on Live at The Apollo (BBC), The John Bishop Show (BBC), Live at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central) and most recently The Royal Variety Performance (ITV).

Support from Christopher Macarthur-Boyd.
 

support from
CHRISTOPHER MACARTHUR-BOYD

 


Live music from Lewis Fraser Music. A regular performer at a number of our events, including Graduation Balls, FreshFest 2016, and also on Aberdeen's live music scene. Expect magic with loop pedals, top class covers, and the odd dance classic thrown in as well.

 

HIPFLASK CEILIDH BAND

No RGU Freshers line-up is complete without a traditional Scottish ceilidh with live band! Join Hipflask, one of the best ceilidh bands around, to reel the night away. If you aren't familiar with the dances, don't worry, the band will talk you through all of the different steps throughout the evening.
 


£100 CASH PRIZE!

Win £100 cash at the BIG RGU Freshers Pub Quiz! Get your flatmates together and test your knowledge with special rounds dedicated to Disney, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter and more. This kicks off at 7:30pm and will finish in time for Chris Ramsey's comedy set in the main room.

 

LIVE DJ

One of our most popular RGU Freshers events! A live DJ playing all your chart, dance and cheesy favourites across the airwaves straight into your headphones
 


 

The bars in the Beach Ballroom will be open, if you are over 18 please bring ID with you. If you cannot prove your age the staff will be unable to serve you alcohol. There will be a selection of snack options available to buy.
 

Can I go to FreshFest if I am under 18?
Yes you can! FreshFest is our largest 'all ages' event, meaning you don't have to be over 18 to attend. Please remember that you won't be able to buy alcohol at the bars, but there will also be plenty of soft drink alternatives available.

Can I buy a ticket for my friend who goes to another University or College?
Yes, just add their ticket to your order and leave the 'student number' field blank when checking out.

Can I buy a ticket for my friend who isn't a student?
Yes, just add their ticket to your order and leave the 'student number' field blank when checking out.

Will there be tickets available on the door?
We aim to have some tickets available on the door, however depending on demand this may change. Keep an eye on these pages and on the FreshFest Facebook Event for updates. We strongly recommend purchasing in advance to avoid disappointment.

What time does FreshFest start?
Doors to the venue will open at 7pm. A full breakdown of entertainment start times will be posted very soon. Please also click attending on the FreshFest Facebook Event to be notified of updates.

How do I get back into the city centre after the event?
There will be coaches from the Beach Ballroom back into the city centre available at the end of the event.

f you have any more questions, email hello@rguunion.co.uk and we will help you out.

 

 

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