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SEC Centre

SEC Centre Tickets

Finnieston, Glasgow, G3 8YW, Great Britain

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Venue Information


The SEC (Scottish Event Campus) is conveniently situated for motorists, just off the M8 motorway and with plenty of parking. Leave the M8 at junction 19 and join the westbound Clydeside Expressway (A814). Westbound on the Expressway (A814) take the cut off for the campus. Turn left at traffic lights and take the right lane to access multi-storey parking. View a map and directions. Scotland has an extensive motorway network. Glasgow is linked to Edinburgh by the M8 and England via the M74. The M80 connects Stirling to Glasgow, while the M77 connects us to the west coast of Scotland. Traffic Scotland provides up to date traffic and roadworks information. Our postcode for your satnav is G3 8YW.


The multi-storey is operated by City Parking LLP. A map and directions are here. Onsite pay machines are on the ground floor, or level 2 (walkway level) of the car park. Payment can be made by cash or credit/debit card on arrival or before departure. Tariff Rates in the multi-storey Monday to Sunday are: 0-1 hour £5.50 1-12 hours £11 12-13 hours £16 13-24 Hours £22 Further information is available from the operator’s website. The multi-storey has a height restriction of 2m. Drivers with vehicles over 2m should report to the Gatehouse to the west of the campus (accessed via Stobcross Road) in the first instance and you will be directed to an available space.

Public Transportation

Train The SEC and SSE Hydro has its own dedicated railway station (Exhibition Centre) allowing easy access from the city centre and suburbs. There are six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Glasgow Central station, departing from Platform 17 (low level). On disembarking at the Exhibition Centre, a lift is available to take you to street level. A covered walkway connects the station to The SEC Centre. Bus The Riversider 100 service operates from George Square in Glasgow city centre directly to the SEC. The X19 Stagecoach service operates near to the Scottish Event Campus, stopping on Finnieston Street only a few minutes’ walk from the venues.

Box Office Numbers

0844 395 4000 : Box office Calls will cost 7 ppm plus your network access charge.

Box Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9am - 5.30pm Saturday: 9am to 5pm Sunday: Closed* *Please note these are the standard opening times of the main SEC Box Office. Out with standard opening hours, the venue box office will be open in line with any events taking place.

Box Office Collection Accepted

Tickets can be collected from the SEC Centre box office on the day of the event from the advertised doors opening time. Please take the credit card used to make the booking and your Ticketmaster reference number

Box Office Payment


Accessible Seating

Accessible tickets are available to book online, but for larger or more complex groups, please call our dedicated accessible booking line on 0800 952 0110. For more information on accessible service visit the venue website, call the above number or email SEC are committed to making a visit to the Scottish Event Campus an enjoyable experience for everyone. The venue is easily accessible for visitors with mobility difficulties and accessibility needs and currently holds a Gold Award from Attitude is Everything. The SEC Centre has automatic doors at both East and West entrances. Every hall in the SEC Centre is at ground level, therefore, making every event easily accessible for wheelchair users. Wide accessible doors at both the East and West Entrances/Exits of the SEC Centre Automatic Entry Doors to the SEC Centre both East and West entrances Automatic Exit Doors leaving from the SEC Centre both East and West exits Broad, flat, accessible concourse All Halls are at Ground Level making them easily accessible Level 1 of the SEC Centre is also largely accessible with wide open spaces and corridors

General Rules

The following policies apply to most events, but each event may differ, so please check the venue website event page for specific event policies. For full details of all venue policies see the venue website FAQs page. Searching and security All bags and visitors may be searched when entering the venue. Bags larger than A3 size (30cm x 42cm) may not be permitted at certain events. Exit and Re-Entry You may leave and re-enter the venue during the event, as long as you present your ticket for scanning each time. Cameras In general audio and video recording equipment and professional cameras (SLR types and those with detachable lenses) are not permitted into events. However, small non-professional cameras and phone cameras may be permitted, unless otherwise specified by the event organiser. Special Effects Special effects are used at many events and are controlled by the touring production team. If the use of certain effects concern you, or you would like further information on effects that may be used at a specific show, please email the venue. Assistance Dogs The SEC welcomes visitors with assistance dogs. We would ask that assistance dogs are clearly identifiable around the campus.

Children Rules

All children must have a valid ticket for an event, with the exception of ‘babes in arms’ (under 12 months) who may sit on a parent/guardian’s knee, unless otherwise stated by the event promoter. We have a small number of booster seats available to borrow for events in The SSE Hydro and SEC Armadillo. These are allocated on a first come first served basis and may be fully allocated at popular family events. If a booster seat is essential to your visit, we would encourage you to bring your own to avoid disappointment. It is the recommendation of the venue that children under fourteen should not attend in the standing area at any event, unless accompanied by an adult. All patrons over five years old are welcome to attend in the seated section, unless otherwise stated by the event organiser. It is the venue’s recommendation that children under five should not attend concerts or events, other than those specifically aimed at younger visitors, i.e. children’s shows. Unless otherwise stated by the event organiser, the standard venue age advisory will apply.


Clydebuilt Bar & Kitchen is conveniently located at the East entrance of the SEC Centre. Clydebuilt is open during all conferences, exhibitions and concerts across the SEC so it’s the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee at conference, a quick bite to eat at exhibition or a pre booked meal before a concert. Food is available from the bar where diners can enjoy a range of dishes including sharing platters, bar snacks, traditional stone baked pizzas and our signature ‘Clydebuilt’ burgers. The Kitchen area, located at the opposite end to the bar, offers a more intimate environment. As with everything at Clydebuilt, we have put great design at the heart of this space. Ambient lighting and a number of reclaimed furniture pieces create a modern vibe and a truly memorable place to dine. The Kitchen menu is more substantial with the addition of starters, mains, salads and desserts. Please note, the Kitchen is only available for pre-booking during selected events. Baby Change There are baby changing facilities in all the accessible toilets. Cloakroom SEC Cloakroom is on the main concourse of the venue. It is open during many events and visitors can deposit items for the duration of the event for £2 per item, per day. Please note that items cannot be left in the cloakroom overnight. ATMs There are two ATMs on the concourse (next to the Box Office) of the SEC Centre.