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T in the park.
By Leah Gardner
Prices;
TICKET TYPES

Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205Weekend Camping - £194Weekend (no camping) - £184Friday Day - £82.50Saturday Day - £82.50Sunday Day - £82.50

VIP TICKETS
Thursday & Weekend Camping - £335
Weekend Camping - £325
Weekend (no camping) - £315
Friday Day - £142.50
Saturday Day - £142.50
Sunday Day - £142.50


Age Restrictions;
Children under 5 are not permitted. Children under 16 must hold a full price ticket and must be accompanied by a guardian of over 21 who will be required to provide suitable proof of age and fill out a guardianship of minor form.

T in the Park Festival is a major Scottish music festival that has been held since 1994. The event was originally held at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire but since 1997 has been held at the disused Balado airfield, Kinross-shire.
Attractions in T in the park are

Main Stage, which is the biggest stage

Radio 1 Stage, 2nd largest stage

King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent- The King Tut's Wah Wah Tent is infamous with T in the Park and is a
favourite of the artists

Slam Tent- The legendary Slam Tent where you find
the booming bass and top light spec

T Break- providing the freshest unsigned
talent in the country

BBC Introducing Stage-BBC Introducing
supports unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar
music across the BBC...

Thanks for watching!
Tech slide in t in the park

They use lights so you can see
the performers
There are cameras tp televise some of the concerts, so people at home can watch them.
There are amps and micraphones so you can hear the performer
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