Another League Cup adventure starts tonight in Dumfries when Hibernian face Division Two league leaders Queen of the South at Palmerston Park (kick off 7.45pm). Please see below all the essential match information if you are planning to head down to watch the Hibees play at Palmerston.
To purchase tickets:
Admission is pay at the gate.
Adults - £15
Concessions (Over 65, Full-time Students/ Disabled) - £8 (Proof will be required of Concession Group)
Children 16 and under - £5 (Proof of age will be required)
The recommended route for Supporters travelling from Edinburgh is via the M74. Come off the M74 at Junction 15 (Moffat) and follow the A701 to Dumfries. On entering Dumfries, follow this road through one mini-roundabout to the large roundabout on the A75. Turn right onto the A75 (Dumfries Bypass). At the next roundabout take the second exit - signposted "Dumfries A76". Go straight across the first mini roundabout. At the next roundabout turn right onto Lochfield Road. Follow this road round to the next mini roundabout which is the entrance to the car park, on the left.
Supporters can park in the Car Park of the Ice Rink, free of charge on a first come basis.
Buses should park under the direction of Police/Wardens in Terregles Street which is located adjacent to the Stadium.
Given this is an evening kick-off and you are liable to encounter rush hour traffic you are advised to give additional travelling time for your journey.
Supporters are advised that additional travel information is available please refer to www.trafficscotland.org/ or the local radio station on your travel route. To plan your journey by public transport you can contact the Traveline Scotland information line on 0871 200 22 33 or visit their website at: www.travelinescotland.com/
Smoking is strictly prohibited in the Stadium and Supporters are requested to arrive early and co-operate with Stewards and Police who may carrying out any bag checks.
Supporters are also politely reminded that any act of Unacceptable Conduct in connection with a match (before, during or after) could lead to criminal prosecution, a banning order being imposed and an indefinite ban from attending future matches at Easter Road or other venue where Hibernian Football Club controls the distribution of tickets.