Liam Gallagher's sold-out stop at Newcastle takes place on Sunday November 17 and ticket holders want to be sure they have a Wonderwall night out.
The support acts for the 11-date tour have been announced and the likely set-list revealed and now you just need to read up on the rules before heading into Newcastle city centre.
Liam, who last played to a sold out Arena in 2017, is certainly ready. He tweeted today: "The fog on the Tyne is all mine all mine c’mon you know LG x"
Doors for the concert open at 6.30pm. Anyone with tickets are advised to get there in good time to get through security and get settle before the concert begins.
Tickets will be checked at the bottom of the arena steps and with the gig selling out, there will be large queues to pass through the metal detectors once you're up the steps.
If you have tickets to pick up from the box office, have a confirmation email ready to show stewards.
Phones, keys, wallets etc are required to be put in a small tray as you walk through the detector and then you'll need to show your tickets again to get in the door.
What you CAN'T take in
There are plenty of security rules in place. These are the same for every gig at the Utilita Arena . Prohibited iteams are: