Age Restrictions for Live shows?
December 31, 2009 3:51:06 PM UTC Post #1

Hey guys, I'm hoping to see Skynyrd at the Manchester Apollo, England in March, but we have standing tickets. My brother who is 10 is hoping to come along but the Venue states that the only age restrictions is ones the band set, so does anybody know if Skynyrd usually set age restrictions for their shows or is all welcome?


December 31, 2009 10:35:51 PM UTC Post #1

no they don't have restrictions a matter of fact they love the younger generation to be at there shows!!!! ive seen them as young as 8yrs old and johnny and the band always gives them [the kids] a heads up if he see them in the closer rows! so the answer is no- unless the promotor has a age limit!!! everyone is welcomed at a skynyrd show!!!!! HAVE A SKYNYRD OF A DAY!!!!!!!!

January 01, 2010 5:16:02 AM UTC Post #2

Thanks so much! The venue states it's up to parents/guardian and its on the basis the child isn't too young to interrupt the performers, but i've taken him to loads of shows of other bands and he really enjoys it so we should be fine, I guess we will be seeing Skynyrd!

January 01, 2010 11:04:45 AM UTC Post #3

That's what makes a Skynyrd show so great......you see people of ALL ages there!! My daughter will be 10 this year and I think this will be THE YEAR for her. She has been wanting to go to a Skynyrd concert for a couple of years now.

Ain't nothing sweeter than a Southern girl!

January 01, 2010 11:56:06 AM UTC Post #4

You will love it my son was 10 when he first saw Skynyrd We were in the front row and Johnny took time out during Sweet Home to have his photo took shakng hands with my son .
Lucky us we have front row tickets for Cardiff in March.
My profile picture is the photo of Jonhhy and my son.

January 02, 2010 2:31:02 AM UTC Post #5

we are the greatest fans for the greatest band!!!!! have askynyrd of a day!!!

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