The Big Stooshie 2012 Overview
“The Big Stooshie, Scotland’s Charity Music Festival” is taking place at The Howe Country Centre, Giffordtown (near Ladybank), Fife on 4th, 5th & 6th May 2012 and will feature live performances from up to 50 live acts including The Damned, from The Jam, The Boomtown Rats and many more. The event will take place on two stages in a very unique indoor venue! The Big Stooshie is believed to be the only charity music festival of this size in Scotland and maybe one of the largest single fund raising events to take place next year. The organisers are confident that the three day event will sell out, which would raise over £100,000 for the nominated charities Help for Heroes and SSAFA Forces Help.
Day Ticket £50
3 Day Weekend Ticket £90
3 Day Weekend Camping Ticket £120
The Big Stooshie 2012 Event Info
Big Stooshie – Scotland’s Charity Music Festival, is a new 3 day event taking place in May 2012 at The Howe Country Centre in Giffordtown, Fife. The festival will feature over 50 live acts and aims to raise over £100,000 for Help for Heroes and SSAFA Forces Help. The event is organised by a small enthusiastic team who are confident they will attract a capacity crowd of 12,000 people from all over Scotland.
Specific Disabled Facilities
There will be disabled toilets, parking and drop off points.
There will also be trained staff on site to assist disabled people throughout the event, it is however highly unlikely that personal assistance can be offer on a one-to-one basis throughout a persons attendance at The Big Stooshie. People who require high levels of care that plan to attend unaccompanied should consider this carefully.
Concessions for Disabled People and carers
There will be no concessions available for disabled people or their carers. Tickets must be purchased by every person attending The Big Stooshie.
The Big Stooshie has been organised to raise £100,000 for Help for Heroes and SSAFA Forces Help and many of the people who will benefit from the funds raised suffer from disabilities. We hope that you understand our position and policy on this matter.
This event has been organised to support Help For Heroes and SSAFA Forces Help. We welcome and attempt to accommodate people with all levels of disability. Due to the charities involvement, we feel that The Big Stooshie will be very popular with disabled people.
The event is a music festival and may present similar challenges to other festivals or events for certain disabled people and specially wheelchair users.
All campers report to the campsite manager on arrival and must have a valid camping ticket.
Camp site hours: Friday 4th, Saturday 5th and Sunday 6th: no access to campsite before 9am. last admission to the camp site is midnight everyday.
Leaving the Campsite
All campers must vacate the campsite no later than 12 noon on Monday 7th May.
Noise & Nuisance.
Quiet hours are between 12.00pm & 8.00am.
Entrance gates will be closed between these hours and late arrivals will not be allowed entrance to avoid disturbing other campers and the local community.
Music is to be kept at a reasonable level, and is not permitted before 12 noon and after 11pm please respect your neighbouring campers and the local community and ensure you are not a nuisance to other campers on the site. Anyone who does not follow these rules will be asked to leave. Anyone causing a nuisance after being warned by campsite staff will be asked to leave without refund.
Animals/pets No animals can be brought to the campsite or the festival site (excludes assistance dogs).
Barbecues & Camp
Fires No fires to be lit on the ground under any circumstances.
Barbecues and camp fires are NOT allowed in the campsite.
All campers must report to the campsite manager before pitching. All pitches will be clearly marked.
You must pitch your tent within the marked area. Please note due to access and limited space available the campsite is open only to tents.. NO CARAVANS OR MOTORHOMES.
Campers are allowed to bring in your own alcohol (for consumption in the camp site). Once you have entered the event you cannot re-enter with more alcohol supplies. You will not be allowed to bring in glass of any kind. Campers please leave all glass in the car, decant it into plastic bottles or bin it. Alcohol cannot be brought into the main site from the campsite. There are fully licensed bars available for you.
The Big Stooshie 2012 Line Up
The Big Stooshie 2012 Travel Info
Howe County Centre is situated on the B937 approximately 1 mile from the junction with the A91 (Trafalguar Junction)
Travelling from the south follow the M90 from the Forth Road Bridge to Junction 8 signed St Andrews A91. Follow this road through the villages of Gateside & Auchtermuchty. Approximately 2 miles from Auchtermuchty there is a staggered cross roads (Trafalguar Junction) at this junction turn right it is signed B937 Giffordtown also Fife Animal Park. Go past the Animal Park we are approx 1/2 mile on the right just before the village of Giffordtown. Big green buildings and flag poles at the road end!
Howe Country Centre
The Big Stooshie 2012 Hotels
|Lomond Hills Hotel and Leisure Centre||2.76||Cupar||Info|
|The Kilnhouse B+B||2.84||Cupar||Info|
|The Gilvenbank Hotel||4.98||Glenrothes||Info|
|Firbank guest house||6.14||Glenrothes||Info|
|Golden Acorn Hotel- a JD Wetherspoon Hotel||6.36||Glenrothes||Info|
|The Old Manor Hotel||8.89||Lundin Links near St Andrews||Info|
The Big Stooshie 2012 Food and Drink
Both of the bar areas will feature fully stocked licensed bars with Lager, Cider, Wine, Spirits, Alcopops as well as soft drinks.
There will be a selection of food stalls throughout the site offering a wide range of snacks and meals to suit every taste!
The Big Stooshie 2012 Jobs
The Big Stooshie organisers are looking for volunteers to help throught the festival
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