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T in the Park by Caitlin Brown 2S2

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By Caitlin Brown
T in the Park
Ticket Prices
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205
Weekend Camping - £194
Weekend (no camping) - £184
Friday - £82.50
Saturday - £82.50
Sunday - £82.50

V.I.P Tickets
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £335
Weekend Camping - £325
Weekend (no camping) - £315
Friday - £142.50
Saturday- £142.50
Sunday - £142.50

All subject to booking fee.


VIP Package
The VIP ticket package allows you access to the exclusive VIP area, (tucked behind Healthy T) giving you the following benefits, A chilled out area where you can relax and take some time out during the day or party into the night with your friends ,A cash bar and gourmet food offering exclusive to this area ,Relaxing indoor and outdoor seating areas ,Late night entertainment with DJs on Friday & Saturday until 2am, Sunday night until 1am,
Flushing toilets with sinks and mirrors .

History of T in the Park
T in the Park Festival is a major Scottish music
festival that has been held since 1994. It is named after its main sponsor, the company Tennents. The event was originally held at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire but since 1997 has been held at the 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.

Dates & Times
11th - 13th July 2014
ALL DAY!


Where?!
Balado, Kinross-Shire, Scotland

Line up!
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Accommodation
Technologies used -
lights-the correct lighting is needed on and around the stage
Thank you for watching!
microphones- Microphones are needed because you need to hear all the acts sing!
facebook & twitter page & website- They have made social media pages & a website so the audience can keep up to date with all the latest news
cameras- they need cameras so that we can
watch the acts from home & to take pictures
of acts
amplierfiers & speakers- to be able to hear the music with more sound quality

spotlights- we need the spotlight so we can see the act/acts better
electric sockets inside the accommodations-to let people charge phones or other devices
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