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T In The Park
Transcript of T In The Park
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''T In The Park''
-Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205
-Weekend Camping - £194
-Weekend (no camping) - £184
-Friday Day - £82.50
-Saturday Day - £82.50
-Sunday Day - £82.50
Dates of ''T in the Park'' 2014
-11 July - Friday – Kinross, GB, 12:00
-12 July - Saturday - Kinross, GB, 11:00
-13 July - Sunday - Kinross, GB, 11:00
-More here: http://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/T-in-the-Park-tickets/artist/28658
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During the festival, T in the Park becomes Scotland’s fifth largest town
The Longest Queue at the signing tent was for Kylie Minogue in 1995
The Longest Ovation in the festival’s history was for The Pixies in 2004
T in the Park is the only UK festival to have two stages dedicated to supporting homegrown talent in the T Break Stage and Ceilidh Tent
What is ''T In The Park''? (1)
T In The Park 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 Strathcydle 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''? (2)
T in the Park attracts up to 85,000 people each day, along with 70,000 campers. It was described in The Scotsman as "the country's top fest", but also its "premier gathering of needs"; some feel that the event has become a haven for needs and anti-social behavior. Others, including BBC Radio DJ Edith Brow man, have challenged this perception. Organizers are nonetheless aware of the presence of needs, and have stressed that they are "not welcome" at the festival.
''T In The Park'' history (1)
The festival was founded in 1994 as part of a joint venture between DF Concerts and Tennent’s Larger with some help from Irish promotions company MCD Productions. Current festival director Geoff Ellis was involved from the start. Ellis came to Scotland in 1992 to manage King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow. He organized the first T in the Park festival in 1994 with a smattering of bands playing to 17,000 people at its original site at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire. The festival was held here for three years until 1997, where it has been held at the disused Balado airfield, Kinross-shire. After moving to Balado the festival grew larger and by 2003, the festival was attracting 55,000 each day; 110,000 over the weekend.
''T In The Park'' history (2)
The festival was originally a two-day event until 2007, when the Friday became a mainstay event for live music. However, The 2007 festival was sullied by many festival-goers who missed acts on the Friday due to huge traffic jams of 10 miles on the A91 and A977 leading to Kinross. To prevent a repeat of the traffic chaos, in 2008 organizers allowed a limited number of campers to pitch up on the Thursday in order to cut the number of cars on the roads on the Friday. By extending the festival over a full three days, it began to grow rapidly becoming the second-largest greenfield festival in the United Kingdom, and the fifth largest in the world in terms of attendance, with over 85,000 people on site everyday.
''T In The Park'' history (3)
As of 2013, it attracts up to 250,000 people over three days, drawing fans from across Britain and Europe. According to DF Concerts, 20% of the crowd is made up of visitors from outside Scotland, with about 2% attending from overseas. In recent years, the festival has shared much of its line-up with Oxygen, a festival that takes place on the same weekend in County Kildare, Ireland. Acts usually play T in the Park one day and Oxygen the next, or vice verse. The 2014 festival could be the last to take place at the current site. This is because of concerns over the Forties Pipeline, which runs directly underneath the former Balado airfield.
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