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Callan Murphy 2W1
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What is T in the Park?
T In the Park is Scotland’s longest running festival - bringing together in excess of 85,000 fans to its home at the incredible disused Balado airfield in Kinross-shire, T in The Park has gone from being a small two day festival, to now a sprawling three day festival, over seven stages, attracting fans from all over the country.
History of TITP?
T In The Park has been held annually in Scotland since 1994. It is named after its main sponsor, the brewing company Tennents. It was originally held at Strathclyde Park, but since 1997 has been held at a disused airfield in Balado, in Perth and Kinross, Scotland. T in the Park was originally a two-day festival but since 2007 has taken place over three days, and introduced in 2008 was the chance to upgrade a weekend camping ticket to allow camping access on the Thursday - the day before any musicians performed.
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205
Weekend Camping - £194
Weekend (no camping) - £184
Friday Day - £82.50
Saturday Day - £82.50
Sunday Day - £82.50
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £335
Weekend Camping - £325
Weekend (no camping) - £315
Friday Day - £142.50
Saturday Day - £142.50
Sunday Day - £142.50
When T In The Park first started in 1994, it would be advertised on the television, on the radio, Music magasines and Newspapers.
Now we use new technology for information about T In The Park such as the internet, phones etc.