30th December (London) FAQ

Chapter 41: Unboxing Live is this Friday night, and it's a mystery card. Here's some useful info...

Firstly - Please be aware that on a show day, we're incredibly busy and probably won't have time to answer queries, so we suggest that you head to the PROGRESS Fan Group where someone should be able to help you.


You will need your e-ticket to get into the show, either printed or on your phone. Printed is better because it scans more easily. Nothing else will be accepted - no payment receipts, no "my mate got my ticket for me", no notes from your mum. 
If you haven't got your ticket, you can resend it to yourself right here

Our system issues one e-ticket regardless of how many actual tickets were purchased. If you have more than 1 ticket and your group isn't coming in at the same time - please make sure that every person coming in has the barcode to scan. Again - printed is better, but a screengrab on your phone will be OK.


If you have a seated ticket, you'll find the seats are colour-coded according to ticket tier.
Front Row seats have a white band;
Gold seats are Rows 2 and 3. They will have a gold band on;
Silver seats are Rows 4 and 5. They will have a silver band on; 
Regular seats are anything from Row 6 back. They will have a blue band on. 

It really helps us if you know what kind of ticket you've bought, and that you sit in the right area. The show is sold out, so if there is someone sitting in the wrong place, that means someone else isn't in the seat that they paid for.


The Electric Ballroom is a very short walk from Camden Town tube station. Take the right-hand exit as you come up the escalators, turn right, and walk for about 50 yards. 

There might be travel disruption, especially at this time of year. Best to check on the TFL website ahead of time. And of course, the railways have gone to shit generally, so it's always worth checking their service status on the National Rail website.


Doors will open at 4pm. First bell at 6pm, interval halfway through, and we should be wrapped up by 10pm at the latest. 

Don't forget that there's a pop-up barbershop at Brewdog Camden (info from The Lions Barbers on Twitter) from 11am-3.30pm, raising funds for mental health and suicide awareness; we're also collecting for the Camden Food Bank so if you can bring a packet or tin of something, please do! There will be a vessel of some kind (probably a shopping trolley) at the door as you come in.


There will be a full range of PROGRESS merch on sale (shirts, hoodies, hats, DVDs) and you'll probably find a bunch of wrestlers at the merch stand too, once their matches have happened obviously! We take cash and card payments.


If you want to ask about something we haven't covered here, find us on Twitter, Facebook, or by email. Don't forget that the PROGRESS Fan Group is the place to go for any questions on show day.

See you on Friday!