BDO World Darts Trophy Ticket Information

The winners of the 2016 World Darts Trophy Darryl Fitton & Lisa Ashton.
Photo : David Gill / DG Media
The BDO have announced the ticketing arrangements for the World Trophy, due to be played at the Barry Memo Arts Centre on the 26th-29th May 2017. Supporters can buy individually priced seated tickets on a daily basis for £15 per day or a special tournament pass that will give them access to all sessions over the full four days, including the finals at a discounted rate of £40.

Sessions include:

Friday 26th May 2017 – 5pm first dart until approximately 11pm close.

Saturday 27th May 2017 – 1pm first dart until approximately 7pm close.

Sunday 28th May 2017 -1pm first dart until approximately 7pm close.

Monday 29th May 2017 – 1pm first dart until approximately 8.30pm close.

The tournament will include the top BDO players on current form and rankings with the addition of some exciting names from abroad who will be gracing the stage, giving spectators a glimpse at some of the best players on the continental tours, who are seldom seen on British soil.

Last year’s men’s and women’s champions Darryl Fitton and Deta Hedman will be there to defend their crowns in what should prove to be a fantastic event in one of the BDO’s more illustrious tournaments.

The full line up and draw will take place when the final 5 qualifiers are confirmed after the play offs in Pontins (Prestatyn) on Friday 12th May 2017 before the Welsh Open.

Tickets are available from:

https://memorialhalltheatre.ticketsolve.com/shows/873573926

Or call 01446 738622 to make a booking.

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