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Radio 1's Out Out! Live - All the details

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To celebrate the return of the night out, Radio 1 is putting on a free star-studded party - Out Out! Live - featuring performances from AJ Tracey, Joel Corry, Sam Fender, Griff, Biffy Clyro and many more.

Radio 1’s Out Out! Live Best Bits will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Sunday 17 October, 11.30 – 12.30pm, with full sets available to watch later on Radio 1’s iPlayer channel. Radio 1 will broadcast in a special highlights show on from 4.30 – 5.45pm on Thursday 21 October.

Accessible tickets

All accessible tickets need to be purchased on the phone by calling on 0208 782 5629, not via the ticket link. The phone lines will be open from 8.30am – 10.30am on Mon 4th October, to deal with the initial queries, after this time ticket buyers can leave a message and will get called back. The venue’s accessibility team will monitor the line throughout.

Full ticket information for disabled customers is available on the venue accessibility page.

* How much do tickets cost?

Tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis and cost as follows:

Tickets will be free, however there is a £3.75 booking fee per ticket. (£3.75 comprises of a £2 booking fee & £1.75 facility fee per ticket).

Please note that AXS is the ONLY official ticketing agent for Radio 1’s Out Out! Live. Tickets from other agents may be fraudulent and do not guarantee access to this event. The BBC and AXS work together to combat touting wherever possible.

All tickets will have a unique barcode and a reference number on them that relates to the details of the person who booked the tickets. PLEASE DON'T RISK BUYING OR OBTAINING TICKETS THROUGH UNOFFICIAL CHANNELS.

* What are the event times?

This is a day time event. Doors open at 1:30pm and the show will be finished by 6.30pm.


Children under 15 MUST be accompanied by an adult aged 18 - Children under 16 cannot enter the standing area.

You may be asked for ID to verify your age before being admitted, we accept the following forms of ID: a valid passport; valid Photocard Driving Licence; or a valid photographic identity card bearing the National Proof Of Age Standards Scheme (PASS) hologram.

* How many tickets can I buy?

Due to the young audience for this show we want to try to avoid any young people travelling unaccompanied to this show, therefore tickets will be available to purchase in groups of 2 with a maximum of 3 per purchase, anyone booking over this limit will have their tickets automatically cancelled.

* How secure is the ticketing system?

All tickets have a unique barcode and a reference number on them that relates to the details of the person who booked the tickets. The barcode will be scanned at the entrance to the event and tickets and invalid barcodes will be rejected. Tickets are fully traceable and we can cancel them at any time by invalidating the barcode.

Please don’t risk buying tickets or obtaining them through unofficial channels - AXS are the only official ticketing agent for this event.

* COVID-19 Entry requirements

If you’re 15 and under:

Attendees who are 15 years old and under will be asked for verbal confirmation (by them or by the over 18 accompanying them to the event) that they have not received a positive test for COVID-19 in the last 10 days and are not displaying symptoms of COVID-19. Failure to comply will result in the relevant guest being denied entry and no refund will be provided in these circumstances.

If you’re 16 and over:

All ticket holders aged 16+ will need to demonstrate their COVID-19 status before entering the event. You can do so by providing either:

  • Proof of full vaccination – both doses received (with the second at least 14 days prior to the event). Proof of vaccination status can be shown using the NHS COVID Pass*, available on the NHS app.
  • Proof of a negative NHS Lateral Flow Test - taken prior to travelling, on the day of arrival at the event. Once you have taken the test and submitted your result to the NHS website here, you will receive a confirmation text/email within 30 minutes.
  • Proof of natural immunity - based upon a positive PCR test within 180 days of the event (including 10 days self-isolation following the result). Proof of natural immunity can be shown using the NHS COVID Pass*, available on the NHS app.

Please present your COVID pass or NHS email/text confirmation to staff when prompted to enter the venue . Please note that the name on your COVID status must match the name on your ID & ticket.

Anyone who is suspected of having Covid-19 will not be admitted to the venue.

While the government have removed many restrictions from Monday 19th July 2021, we all still have a shared responsibility to help prevent the spread of Covid-19, for full information on Venue COVID procedure visit here.

*NHS COVID Pass can be obtained via the NHS app however if you are unable to download the NHS app we will accept the following:

  • Letter - please visit here for information. If you are using this form of proof but have not obtained your pass we advise you apply as soon as possible in advance of attending the event so that your application can be processed and letter be received in time.
  • Lateral flow or PCR negative test results text or e-mail, received once you have taken the test and submitted your result to the NHS website here, within 24 hours of attending the event. Free rapid lateral flow tests are available via the NHS website.

* How do I get to The SSE Arena, Wembley?

Please plan your journeys in advance and check for the latest travel information before you travel to the event to avoid yourself any delays. Check out how to travel to The SSE Arena, Wembley here.


Radio 1 Out Out Live is being made implementing environmentally positive production methods. As part of BAFTA’s environmental certification scheme called Albert+, we are doing our best to reduce the potential environmental impacts of the show

The BBC has a particular duty to do everything it can to keep our environmental impact to a minimum.

The BBC is committed is to being net zero in terms of greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. The priority is both to calculate and reduce our environmental footprint of all our Live Event activities, and reduce emissions from our supply chain and event partners.

Everyone working on this event – whether BBC staff, presenter, event contributor, or contractor - is requested to follow the Sustainability policy – it will help reduce our environmental impact and contribute to the overall success of the event.

In keeping with these goals we would like you, the ticket holders, to consider how you will attend the recording. We would appreciate it if you would consider using public transport to get here rather than less environmentally friendly modes of transport like individuals in petrol/diesel cars, in order to help us reduce the overall carbon emissions created by the production of this show. Thank you for helping us improve the BBC's impact on the environment.

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BBC Children in Need: "BBC Children in Need’s vision is that every child in the UK has a safe, happy and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential. BBC Children in Need is currently supporting over 2,500 local charities and projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages such as living in poverty, being disabled or ill, or experiencing distress, neglect or trauma."

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