Freshers 2015 - Wristband & Ticket Information

FRESHERS WRISTBAND INFO
 
- Cost: £20
- Age limit: Over 18s
 
RGU:Union? and our official nightclub partner, The Garage Aberdeen?, have teamed up to bring you one of RGU's biggest Freshers Weeks ever! You can be part of every night by buying an RGU Freshers 2015 wristband.
 
This band will get you free entry and q-jump to all events being held at The Garage during Freshers Week. This includes all 9 nights of Freshers, featuring BBC Radio 1's Dev, Pep & RashDJs From Mars plus all amazing theme nights! Wristbands cost £20, which works out at just £2 per night!
 
Bands are available to buy now HERE, although we only have limited stocks so buy yours early to avoid disappointment.
 
As The Garage is an over 18s venue, these wristbands are available to over 18s only.
 

OTHER EVENT TICKET INFO
 
- Cost: Varies per event, range from FREE - £5
- Age limit: Open to ALL AGES
 
Most of our all-ages Freshers events are FREE! However, a small number, including Model Aeroplanes Live and stand-up comedy with Matt Richardson, are individually ticketed. These tickets cost £5 and are available to buy now HERE.
 
All other Freshers events are FREE ENTRY! For a full RGU Freshers events listing, including age restrictions and entry details, click here.
 

REMEMBER!
 
These are the ONLY official RGU Freshers pages on Facebook, don't be tricked by other spam pages and events.
 
OFFICIAL PAGE: www.fb.com/rgufreshers15
 

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