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T in the park 2014, Darragh McKeen
Transcript of T in the park 2014, Darragh McKeen
By Darragh McKeen
T in the park line up 2014
T in the Park Festival is a major Scottish music festival that has been held annually since 1994. It is named after its main sponsor, the brewing company Tennents. The event was originally held at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire but since 1997 has been held at the disused Balado airfield, Kinross-shire. Originally a two-day festival, it has since 2007 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 perform. The event is promoted by DF Concerts.
What is T in the park?
On a special weekend in July every year, Balado becomes the location for the largest city centre in Scotland and 70,000 of those people build a temporary home for that weekend and stay at the T in the Park campsite.
If you've been before you might already have your preferred field - do you feel more at home in the blue field, or do you prefer to pitch up closest to all the action in amber or green - whatever the case you'll find a bunch of new friends around you - they might be from your hometown or they might be from the other side of the world!
T in the park camping
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205
Weekend Camping - £194
Weekend (no camping) - £184
Friday Day - £82.50
Saturday Day - £82.50
Sunday Day - £82.50
Made by Darragh McKeen
T in the park uses loads and loads of different technology for example, there Facebook page and website uses the internet or when there is a band playing on the main stage there are big screens on the side of the stage wich uses loads of wiring that is connected to other things like the bands amps, this is all Technology.