We’ve received a number of messages over the last few days regarding this year’s Grad Ball. As a result of this we’ve decided to push back the launch of ticket sales by one day. Tickets will now be available to buy from 9:30am on THURSDAY 7th May, after the final SAAS payment has been made. This also gives you an extra day to finalise your plans and to sort out any group purchases.
Event information is listed below, please read the ticket information carefully!
Keep an eye on the Facebook event and on your RGU student emails, as we’ll let you know of any updates and important details this way. We’ll also be able to release the menu and after party details soon.
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Night 1: Friday 17th July
Night 2: Saturday 18th July
Beach Ballroom, Aberdeen
Dress code: Formal dress
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4 course meal (including carvery)
plus tea & coffee
* vegetarian option available
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Professional event photographer
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Complimentary half bottle of wine
Piper on arrival
Transport & free entry to Official After Party (to be announced)
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Tickets cost £46 and will be available to buy from 9:30am on Thursday 7th May.
Tables can accommodate a maximum of 12 people.
Tickets can be bought from:
- Deeview Student Store in Riverside East (Individual tickets, group orders and full table orders).
- RGU:Union website at www.rguunion.co.uk (Full table orders of 10, 11 or 12 only).
Demand for tickets will be extremely high. We only have a limited number of full tables available to buy online, in the past these have sold out very quickly. Your best chance of securing tickets is to buy directly from Deeview Student Store.
Students are permitted to purchase a ticket for a plus-one only, this will be strictly limited to one guest per RGU student attending.
If you are buying a full table, you MUST provide all names and matriculation numbers of your group at the time of purchase.
If you need any further information, email email@example.com and we'll get back to you asap.
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