We want you to have the best weekend of your life at T in the Park so between now and the event we will be adding lots of useful information to help you have a fun, safe weekend.
You can download the 2013 Essentials Guide by clicking here
The best way to keep up to date with the event is to register for the T Lady e-newsletter or by following the festival on Facebook or Twitter. By connecting to these you will receive the most up to date news and advice.
Please also remember to check out the Festival Rules to make sure you know what you can and can’t bring.
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LAST THE PACE
In order to last the pace you need to look after yourself and your mates, here’s some tips to help you have the best weekend:
- Watch your alcohol intake; don’t overdo it
- Drink water regularly
- Eat 3 square meals a day
- Take some time out of the hectic festival atmosphere and relax.
To help you with the above why not visit Healthy T, an area of relaxation with tasty treats, drinking water, seats and entertainment.
Look after yourself and your friends and you will see more bands, have more fun and keep going for longer!
YOUTHFUL GOOD LOOKS
- No under 5’s are allowed entry to the festival.
- Children under 16 must hold a full price ticket and be accompanied by a guardian over the age of 21 who will be required to provide suitable proof of age and fill out a guardianship form to accept responsibility for them at all times.
- If you are lucky enough to look youthful… don’t take any chances, bring photographic ID. If you look under 25 you will be asked to prove that you are aged 18 or over when you buy alcohol. If you are under 18 you are committing an offence if you attempt to buy alcohol.
The following are accepted at T in the Park as forms of ID:
- Driving License
- Valid Passport
- Identification card bearing the PASS (Proof of Age Standards Scheme) hologram www.pass-scheme.org.uk
- Young Scot Card
- Citizen Card
- Portman Group Card
Look out for each other and don’t wander off on your own, it’s a big place. Stay with friends and people you know. Arrange a meeting point in case you get lost.
PLAY IT SAFE
Only bring essential items, and it goes without saying, don’t leave anything of value in your tent. There are lockers within the campsite for you to hire to keep your belongings safe. Available to book in advance for £16 from www.lockerhouse.co.uk - please book now to avoid disappointment.
Please note: the locker sizes are 25cm wide x 15.5cm deep x 10cm high - so they are the right size for small valuables (mobiles, wallets, cameras etc). The lockers also have mobile phone charging facilities, which require you to bring a 12v car charger.
Cash machines will be available in the arena so don’t carry around more cash that you need to.
Please remember that not everyone is lucky enough to attend the festival so please respect local residents when travelling to and from the event.
KEEP ON WALKING
If you decide to walk to Kinross or Milnathort from the site please use the Gallowhill Road route where there is a safe footpath, please click here for a map of the safest walking and local bus service routes. Do not walk on any of the other routes. There is no footpath and it is not safe to walk on the road. Follow the instructions of stewards at all times - they are there for your safety.
There is a free local bus service running to and from the T in the Park site into Kinross and Milnathort, please click here for a full timetable.
There are Help Zones located throughout the arena and campsite. No query is too big or small! We’re here to help!
There is a lost property station in both the arena and campsite. Arena lost property will be open while the arena is open. Campsite lost property will be open between 8am and 2am Friday - Sunday and 8am-1pm on Monday.