If you’re planning on hitting any of the championship hurling in Kilkenny this weekend, you’re going to need tickets in advance and ideally have them downloaded or screenshotted too.
That’s the advice coming from Kilkenny GAA ahead of a busy weekend at UPMC Nowlan Park that sees Henry Shefflin’s Galway arrive to town for round two of the Leinster senior hurling championship while on Monday we’ll see Wexford visit for their Electric Ireland Leinster minor hurling championship semi-final clash with Kilkenny.
Of note, tickets for the Leinster senior hurling championship this year incur fees for juveniles and at the time of purchase, an adult ticket is required in order to purchase juvenile tickets. In local games, under 16s typically go free, however for the senior Championship these tickets will carry a €5 charge and ID may be requested to validate any discounted tickets. In the case of the minor’s game on Monday, under 16s will be free for entry.
Tickets should be purchased and downloaded or screenshotted in advance of arrival to UPMC Nowlan Park to avoid delays on game day.
Ticket information this weekend
Kilkenny v Galway: GENERAL STAND (All Stands)
- Adult/Student: €20.00
- Juvenile: €5.00 (must be purchased with an adult ticket)
- Senior Citizen: €15.00 (Senior Citizen must enter the Stadium via designated Stiles and produce appropriate ID to show they were entitled to have purchased the reduced-price Ticket)
Kilkenny v Galway: TERRACE
- Adults: €15.00
- Students/Senior Citizens: €10.00
- Juveniles: €5.00 (must be purchased with an adult ticket)
The Wheelchair Ticket is free of charge and the Assistant’s ticket is €20.
Ticket Terms & Conditions
- No Concession on Student/Senior Citizen tickets.
- Tickets must be purchased in advance.
- No Ticket Sales at the Venue on Match Day
Kilkenny v Wexford (All Tickets)
- Adults / students / seniors: €10
- Under 16s: free
All tickets must be bought in advance with no ticket sales at the venue on match day. There are also no concessions on student/senior citizen tickets.
Both games will also be broadcast live in full on KCLR with coverage of Kilkenny v Galway beginning at 1.30pm on Sunday while coverage of Kilkenny v Wexford on Monday begins just ahead of 2pm.