I’m 13 and I’m going to the summertime ball in London this June, I’ve looked it up and if you’re under 16 you must have a parent with you but I’m only going with my 14 year old friend. Will we still be allowed in or not
You do not need a parent with you but if under 16 you must have an adult over 18 with you who will be responsible for you.
"Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 or over who is responsible for them at all times – proof of ID must be provided on request at the admission gate."
In answer to your question, no you will not be allowed in.
Ok, we’ve managed to maybe get an adult to come with us but there’s no seats left in the section we are in but ther in on the section next to us will that be allowed
No idea - why don't you contact the organisers rather than some strangers on a forum?
Maybe because I’d rather not contact them but thanks anyway
As long as you adhere to the Terms and Conditions, which you can read online, you will be fine.
It'll be fine. Or not. We don't know. The organisers will know but you don't want to talk to them. So your only option is guess and hope.
Just emailed the organisers about it, thanks for the help
The rules are there to help you stay safe - but I hope you can find a (legal) way to do this. Sounds like a great evening !
I have the same issue me and my friend are going and we are 14. We have the tickets now and the tickets are sold out if I wanted to get one for my parents to come. Have u found anything out yet?
I emailed one of the organisers and have been looking around and a lot of people say you do need an adult to at least come in with you, I found a parent to join us and they are in a different might be aloud to have a parent come with you so they at least know you are allowed to come but other than that I’m not sure