Tickets and Booking

Findhorn Bay Festival aims to keep ticket prices as low as we can so as many people as possible can enjoy our events. Please note if you book online, your order may be subject to transaction and/or delivery fees by our ticket provider Ticket Source. Our aim is to ensure the Festival is great value and accessible to all. We also run many free events too!

Door Times

Doors will open 30 minutes before the advertised start time. Ticket sales on the door are cash only.

Reduced Rates

Concessions apply to Young Scot card holders, full-time students, over 60s, and those claiming unemployment or disability benefit. Please bring proof of your status to the event and be prepared to show this on entry.

Family tickets entitle one adult and three children or two adults and two children under the age of 16 to attend an event.

Reduced ticket rates are available for under 18s for many of our performances. There is limited availability on a first come first served basis.

Children & Under 18s

Children and under 18s are welcome at the majority of our events. If an event is for over 18s only, this will be clearly stated in the programme entry. All children and under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. We offer many incentives such as reduced rates for under 18s and family tickets. Please check with us if you aren’t sure.

Programme Changes, Cancellations & Refunds

Refunds or exchanges will only be made in the case of an event being cancelled. All information in our printed Festival programme is accurate at the time of going to print, though it may be subject to change. We will do our best to keep information on our website and social media up to date.

Disabled Access

The Festival aims to be as accessible as possible and all venues have full access unless otherwise stated. If you have any questions about accessing our events please get in touch at or on 01309 673137.

BSL & Audio Description

BSL interpretation and Audio Description will be available for selected performances. Of the shows announced so far, June Carter Cash: The Woman, Her Music and Me is BSL-interpreted and audio-described, and Unicorn Dance Party is BSL-interpreted.

Essential Companions

Audience members who require assistance can book a complimentary ticket for their personal assistant/essential companion.

Essential Companion tickets are intended for customers requiring additional support. This must be due to disability-related needs, significant and in excess of what could be reasonably expected of family or friends already accompanying you. By accepting this ticket your companion, who must be aged over 16, accepts responsibility for providing the additional support you require to access our venues and services, including in an emergency situation or evacuation and must be capable and available to provide this support throughout your visit. Proof of eligibility may be required.

Disabled Parking

If you require disabled parking for any of the events you are attending, please state this at the time of booking so we can reserve a space for you. If you require assistance or special seating to be reserved, or if you have any further questions, please get in touch at or on 01309 673137.

Bar Service

The majority of our performance events and venues offer bar service, unless otherwise stated. Most bar services are run by FBA and staffed by volunteers – profits of the bar will go towards supporting our creative programme.


At all Festival events and performances, photography, audio and video recording may occur. Footage and images captured will be used for promotional purposes and may appear in print, newspapers, on our websites and on social media.

If you do not wish to appear in any photos or film, please inform front-of-house staff before the event so they can let our photographers and videographers know.

If you have any further questions, you can get in touch with our team at or 01309 673137.


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