T in the Park is the largest festival in Scotland celebrates its 21st birthday in 2014. The festival is famous for the quality of its international line up while still promoting local and upcoming bands.
After the music stops there are plenty of activities to keep the festival goer happy through to the early hours.
The campsite opens a day before the bands take to the stages which means you can take advantage of an extra day of festival fun; with access to the Amber, Purple and Pink fields.
There will be no shortage of entertainment to keep you amused and ensure the campsite party carries on long into the night
Lockers are available for the T in the Park campers, these small lockers are perfect to hold items such as wallets, cameras, passport, prescription medication, mp3 players and phones. Plus they have a 12v car cigarette lighter style power outlet for you to charge your phone or camera.
The lockers are open and security managed 24 hours a day. CCTV is also fitted for added security of your belongings.
Public communal showers will be available; these will be split into male and female so please bring your swimming costume if you are shy. Please use the showers rather than a standpipe; and only bring phosphate free soap to protect the environment. The showers will open every morning Friday - Sunday.
Or there’s Refresh (in both campsite and the arena)... for a small fee both girls and boys, can keep yourselves looking, feeling, and smelling good. Posh flushing loos, hair washing facilities and a pamper parlour.
Each campervan ticket allows access to a pitch area of 7m x 7m, the perfect little space for you, your bunk mates and your campervan. If you require more space for your vehicle you will need to purchase another ticket for a second pitch.
A leaflet providing information for disabled customers regarding buying tickets, registering for use of the disabled facilities, camping facilities, parking, viewing platforms, getting round the site etc is available to download here.
Please call the Ticketmaster Disabled Access Booking Line 0844 847 1655 to book tickets and register for information if you would like to use the disabled facilities.
If you would like to make use of the disabled facilities and have tickets for the event but did not book via the Ticketmaster Disabled Access Booking Line on 0844 847 1655 - it is important that you call them to register as soon as possible - the deadline for registration is 31st May 2013 (subject to availability). Please register early to avoid disappointment.
If you have a query which is not covered by our info sheet please contact firstname.lastname@example.org including your name, address, ticket type with your enquiry. We will do our best to help subject to availability but cannot guarantee that queries sent very close to the event will be answered.
Folding chairs are permitted in the campsite but are not permitted in the arena for safety reasons.
If you have a medical condition or injury which makes it difficult to stand for long periods of time you will be exempt and granted permission to bring a folding chair into the arena.
You need to register at one of the Special Needs Reception Points on arrival where your chair will be issued with a pass to confirm it is permitted in the arena. Please bring proof of your medical condition unless you have an obvious injury (leg in plaster, crutches etc).
There are two Special Needs Receptions, one for non campers just outside the day entrance and one for campers just inside the campsite entrance on the right hand side before you get to the wristband exchange (where you are issued with your campsite wristband).
Please note that there is not a Special Needs Reception at the Campsite to Arena Entrance. If you are camping you must register your chair at the Special Needs Reception at the Campsite Entrance upon entry.
Friday 11th July
Saturday 12th July
Sunday 13th July
Created on Mon 3rd March 2014
Today Tennent’s Lager begin their annual nationwide search for Scotland’s freshest unsigned musical talent with the launch of T Break 2014. Tennent’s Lager have been supporting Scotland’s grassroots music scene through T Break since 1996, giving 16 unsigned artists each year, the chance to play the legendary T Break Stage at T in the Park. Entry for T Break is now open and acts up and down the country can submit their demos for the chance to join Main Stage headliners and former T Break band Biffy Clyro on the T in the Park bill this year.
Created on Tue 25th February 2014
T in the Park is back and set to enter its third decade with another unmissable weekend featuring some of the world’s biggest artists. DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager are thrilled to announce a stellar cast of acts which are Balado-bound this summer, and sure to wow the 85,000-strong daily crowd over 11th – 13th July.
Created on Mon 24th February 2014
Paolo Nutini has been confirmed as the second act to join the T in the Park line up this summer, a further announcement will be revealed tomorrow by organisers.
Created on Fri 22nd November 2013
A limited number of T in the Park early bird tickets go on sale today from 9:00 am. T in the Park takes place from 11th - 13th July and have already announced that the Arctic Monkeys will be one of the headliners.
Created on Tue 19th November 2013
Arctic Monkeys have been announced as headliners for T in the Park 2014. The band said: “We are delighted to be playing T in the Park and look forward to a great night with our Scottish fans.”
Created on Thu 14th November 2013
Forty three proud winners of the prestigious 2013 A Greener Festival Award have been announced by environmental campaign group A Greener Festival. Each Festival has to sign up to a strict check list of environmental good practice - and each event is inspected by one or more independent environmental auditors. The festivals are also invited to provide supporting evidence such as environmental policies, waste management plans, analysis of CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions. The final awards are decided by the AGF's Executive Committee. So, for 2013 the forty three wonderful festivals (up from forty one events who won the Award in 2012), which are some of the greenest in the world, can be confirmed as:
Official Citylink coach is absolutely the fastest and greenest way to get to T in the Park. These coach services will drop you off at the festival entrance so no long walks from the car parks with all your camping gear…phew!
Coaches running to the festival from direct routes from the following 32 locations across Scotland: Aberdeen, Alloa, Airdrie, Aviemore, Ayr, Armadale, Bathgate, Blackburn, Broxburn, Cowdenbeath, Cupar, Dundee, Dunfermline, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow, Glenrothes, Greenock, Hamilton, Inverness, Kelty, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Livingston, Motherwell, Paisley, Perth, Pitlochry, St Andrews, Stirling and Whitburn.
Connecting services available from London, Birmingham, Manchester and Preston via Glasgow and Newcastle, Scotch Corner, Sheffield and Wakefield via Edinburgh.
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* Distances are provided for guidance and are calculated 'as the crow flies'. For directions and actual distances by road, please refer to the hotel directions tab for the particular hotel.
T in the Park likes to keep everyone happy and the food on offer is no different! Whether the delicious delights at Healthy T or more traditional Festival grub, you are sure to find something for every taste! Delicious offerings from across the World, from breakfast until last thing at night, the tasty food at T will keep your energy levels up so you can party all weekend!
Remember – eating isn’t cheating, it helps you last the pace and enjoy the whole weekend.