7th–10th July 2016 Perthshire, Scotland #TITP guide essentials DF CONCERTS & FOUNDING PARTNER TENNENT’S LAGER PRESENT plan your travel GETTING THERE… BUS IS BEST Arriving at T in the Park by shuttle bus or coach will get you to the festival safely, quickly and closest to the site, allowing you to save all of your energy for the good times ahead. If you’re not arriving by coach or bus, be prepared for the walk from the car park or PUDO to the campsite gates – when you’re packing leave the kitchen sink at home! • Expert facilities at your disposal at the improved bus station now situated in a new location, including toilets, food and drink and people to help you. • Tickets MUST be purchased in advance of travel. • If you are travelling from Scotland or Northern Ireland you can buy your Citylink coach ticket from their call centre on 0871 266 3333 or online at http://www.citylink.co.uk/e_tpark.php • If you are travelling from England or Wales you can buy your Big Green Coach tickets at http:// www.biggreencoach.co.uk/events/t-in-the-parktickets-coach-travel. Tickets are available right up until the day of the festival, sent to you as an e-ticket. • Citylink will run the shuttle bus service from towns in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee. More detail can be found: http:// www.citylink.co.uk/e_tpark.php. You can also purchase from all Citylink travel centres and appointed agents until the day of travel. • To avoid long queues, you must travel at the time stated on your ticket. Please only turn up at the Bus Station 20 mins before your allocated departure time. • Please note that the last day for posting out travel tickets for T in the Park is Monday 27th June. PRIVATE COACHES Whilst Citylink and Big Green Coach are the official bus providers, the festival has advised private buses/coaches they must register their intention to bring customers to this year’s event or risk being turned away. All companies must email [email protected] for an accreditation form, which then must be completed and sent back no later than 25th June 2016. Minibuses of 16 seats and under do not require to register and can use the services of the car parks, where a charge will apply or the Pick Up and Drop Off point (PUDO). NO WALKING ROUTES Please note there are no walking routes into the festival. You should not risk walking at the side of the road or through fields. Anyone attempting to arrive by walking along roads or arriving on foot will be refused entry to the festival. BY TRAIN The easiest way to travel is by bus or coach but should you want to catch the train, the nearest station is Gleneagles. However there are very limited services back to other cities late at night from Gleneagles so please plan your journey accordingly. Please also note that Glasgow Queen Street High Level tunnel is closed for essential upgrading at the time of T in the Park. In addition to impacting on rail travellers from Glasgow, these works also require alterations across the rail network so please see the ScotRail website (https://www.scotrail.co.uk/QueenStreettunnel) for further information on timetable changes and the planned upgrades. BY CAR If you must take the car, then please car-share where possible. Not only will your journey to the festival be more eco-friendly, but you will have friends to keep you company and chip in for fuel as well. Car park tickets are only available to buy on the day. Prices will be: Weekend – £30 Day – £20 Minibus/Van – £50 Please note that unless you have a weekend ticket, you will need to pay each time your vehicle leaves and re-enters the car park. CAR PARK RULES •Everyone in your car must have a valid event ticket to gain entry. •No sleeping in vehicles •No camping in car parks •No vehicle movement between car parks. Minibuses/vans will be subject to search and will be charged an additional parking fee. •No bonfires or barbeques •No forms of unauthorised entertainment •No trading from vehicles or in car parks. *Vehicles searches will be in place. If there is any evidence of Car Park rules being broken access to the festival may be refused and vehicles removed. Make sure you familiarise yourself with the Car Park rules. PICK UP AND DROP OFF POINT (PUDO) •If you are being dropped off and picked up by car or taxi (16 seats or under), you must use the dedicated Pick Up and Drop Off (PUDO), sited off the A823. •From there, you will follow a dedicated walkway to the festival, with people on hand to help you throughout. This path will be well-lit and have toilets along the way. •The scenic route will take around 30 minutes to walk at a moderate pace, but depending how heavy your bags are, could take you longer, so come prepared with sensible festival clothing and footwear! •For when it’s time to head home, arrange a reference letter with whoever is picking you up i.e. “M” if your name is McDonald so you can find them in the right area within the PUDO. TRAFFIC SCOTLAND There’s more to good journey planning than jumping in the car and hoping for the best! That’s why we work with Transport and Traffic Scotland to deliver up-tothe minute travel information for festival-goers through special T in the Park pages on the Traffic Scotland website. Transport Scotland aims to make your travel to the event as easy as possible. If you are making the trip to Strathallan by car you are encouraged to regularly check www.trafficscotland.org/titp for the best routes possible, roads to avoid and other top tips to make your trip hassle-free. Traffic Scotland will also provide information on how to get to the site by public transport and details on how you can take advantage of park and ride facilities. We will also have @TITPinfo on Twitter providing live travel updates over the festival weekend. TIPS FOR TRAVEL • We recommend you don’t travel before 10am on Thursday and Friday to avoid the busy commuter times • Please ensure you follow the official Event signs and not your vehicle Sat Nav directions • Please only use the designated drop off points on the A823. • Always respect local residents when travelling to and from the event. • For entry to the T in the Park car park each person in the vehicle is required to show their full festival ticket. Please retain it as you will need it to enter the event LOCAL RESIDENTS Finally, please remember that our neighbours at Strathallan Castle have welcomed T in the Park to their beautiful area. Please be respectful of them and their privacy when you are travelling to and from the festival. tickets and wristbands •ALL festival goers, whether weekend campers or day ticketholders will be issued with a wristband on arrival. •Campers and day tickets must enter one of the three entrances. Day ticket holders must enter through the day ticket lanes. Camping ticket holders must enter through the campsite lane. •You need your ticket and wristband WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES. Checks will be in place all weekend. Failure to present a valid ticket along with a camping wristband at any time could result in you being asked to leave the event. Please keep them safe. •Tickets and wristbands will not be replaced under any circumstances. •Keep your ticket safe, dry and undamaged and do not fold across the barcode. •Only campers can move between the arena, the campsite and the car parks. •You cannot go in and out of the arena with a non-camping ticket, so if you leave the arena (even to go to the car park), you will not be able to get back in. HOW OLD R U? •No Under 5s 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. •Guardianship forms can be downloaded from www.tinthepark.com/info. Please bring your completed form with you and present it to staff at the gates to prevent any delays. •At our gates we will be asking anyone who appears to be under the age of 21 to produce valid identification. •At our Bars and Be Chilled we will be operating Challenge 25 where anyone who looks under the age of 25 will be asked to produce valid identification. •Valid UK IDs must be photographic. The forms of ID that will be accepted are: UK or Overseas Driving Licence, UK or Overseas Current Passport, Uk only Expired Passport, Young Scot card, Overseas Only Valid National ID card, 18 + PASS scheme card. Ireland Age Card, Forces I.D Card. If you have no ID other than your Passport or Driving License use lockers to keep them safe at night. You can book campsite lockers from lockerhouse.co.uk/booknow. asp?eventcode=153 Please make sure you read and follow the Terms & Conditions and Festival Rules at tinthepark. com/info key timings THURSDAY 7th JULY 12noon Car Parks open 12noon Box Office opens 3pm Campsite Opens (for those with Thursday tickets only) 3pm Campsite Bars open 11pm Box Office closes Midnight Car Parks close No new arrivals after midnight 2am Campsite Gates close FRIDAY 8th JULY 8am Car Parks open 9am Campsite opens / Box Office opens 10am Arena opens 11am Campsite Bars open 12noon Main Stage Arena opens 9pm Box Office closes Midnight Arena Entertainment stops Midnight Car Parks close No new arrivals after midnight 2am Campsite Gates close SATURDAY 9th JULY 8am Car Parks open 9am Campsite opens 9am Box Office opens 9am Arena opens 11am Main Arena Stages open 12noon Arena Entertainment starts 8pm Box Office closes Midnight Arena Entertainment stops Midnight Car Parks close 2am Campsite Gates close SUNDAY 10th JULY 8am Car Parks open 9am Campsite opens 9am Box Office opens 9am Arena opens 11am Main Stage Arena opens 12noon Arena Entertainment starts 8pm Box Office closes 11pm Arena Entertainment stops Midnight Arena closes Midnight Car Parks close 2am Campsite Gates close MONDAY 11th JULY 12pm Campsite closes key event information FESTIVAL CONDITIONS ✔=Yes ✘=No You may be subject to search as a condition Tickets and wristbands will not be replaced under any circumstances. of entry and at any time during the event. You must retain your ticket and wristband. Excessive amounts of food, cigarettes and/ or alcohol may be confiscated. ITEM Aerosols over 250ml Air horns / megaphones and vuvuzelas Alcohol (not in glass) for personal consumption 18+ Alcohol in the possession of under 18s Animals (with the exception of special assistance dogs / authorised working dogs / police dogs) Any goods for unauthorised trading or with unauthorised T in the Park Festival logo Any item that could be considered a weapon (including multi tools) Audio recorders Backpack hydration packs Blowtorches Campfires, candles or any flames Camping equipment including suitable cutlery and tin openers Camping stoves (all forms) Cans Children aged 5 to 16 (with a guardian over 21) Children under 5 Chinese / sky lanterns Cigarettes for personal use Crowd surfing, crowd circles, moshing and throwing objects Disposable BBQs (only in fire lanes) Drones Empty plastic bottles Firewood Fireworks / sparklers Flagpoles Flags Flares, gas or smoke devices Folding or inflatable chairs and buggies Food for personal consumption (including food hampers, cool bags and boxes) Gas canisters/cylinders Gas canisters/cylinders fitted in campervans Gazebos and canvas tents Generators (unless in campervan) Glass bottles, jars, containers over 100ml (Items under this measurement, such as small perfume bottles, nail varnish, and mirrors will be permitted.) Illegal substances and legal highs, herbal highs, new psychoactive substances and unidentifiable substances Kites Loud music Medication (if not recognisable or not accompanied by doctors note / prescription) Nitrous Oxide (NOS / laughing gas) and any items associated with the taking of NOS Portable laser equipment and pens Professional cameras, video/audio equipment Sealed water bottles / fluids Selfie sticks Small hammers for pitching tents Sound systems Spray paint cans Umbrellas Unofficial tabards and reflective jackets CAMPSITE ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ARENA ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✔ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ N/A ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ ✘ happy campers Enjoy the world famous T in the Park campsite ROAR! This year’s T campsite is bigger, with more space, better signposting, more lighting, more places to eat and, of course, more opportunities to party with additional campsite entertainment. There’ll also be 24-hour help and information on hand through dedicated zone managers for each campsite. A TENT IS FOR LIFE, NOT JUST FOR T PITCH UP, LOOK SHARP! •Pitches are on a first come, first serve basis, so if you intend to camp alongside friends, you must arrive together. •Please bring all your own camping equipment. •Be prepared! Thursday campers will have access to all camping areas. •No camping in fire lanes – you will be made to move your tent. The Citizen T manifesto encourages positive community behaviour including; looking out for your friends and fellow campers, binning your litter, taking your tent home and ultimately having fun but staying safe! We have a new dedicated Citizen T campsite this year. Find out more at: tinthepark. com/explore/citizen-t NO GLASS PHOSPHATE FREE SOAP •Glass bottles/jars/containers over 100ml are not permitted in the arena or campsite. •If you are bringing food, drink and cosmetics etc to the campsite, make sure you have no glass bottles or containers over 100ml (drinks, ketchup, perfume, aftershave etc). •If you are bringing alcohol to the campsite make sure it’s all cans or plastic – NO GLASS. •All glass items, including over 100ml, will be confiscated and not returned… you have been warned! COOKING DOS AND DON’Ts Fires, barbecues and camping stoves are prohibited for safety reasons. Anyone found in possession of an unauthorised gas cylinder, generator or camping stove may be asked to leave the Event. DISPOSABLE BBQS Disposable barbecues can be used but only in the fire lanes/walkways. Never use disposable barbecues in your tent. Disposable BBQs give off harmful Carbon Monoxide during and after use. DO NOT take them inside your tent. Don’t use under the influence of alcohol and always follow manufacturer’s instructions. There are hot food outlets and shops in the campsite stocking everything you need to stay fed and watered. ERM, WHERE’S MY TENT? It might seem like an obvious one but please take note of which area you are camping in …you may think your navy flowery tent is pretty cool, but so did a whole load of other people who purchased the same one! We’re ensuring the campsite is better lit and signposted too, so that you get to back to your tent safe and sound for a good night’s sleep. Please don’t leave your tent behind – take it home and re-use it again this summer or at next year’s festival – not only will you save money, but you’ll be doing your bit for the environment too. All tents left behind at T in the Park are non-recyclable and get sent to landfill NOT to charity. CITIZEN T Help protect the loch and it’s wildlife by only bringing Phosphate free soap and shower gel such as Ecover. THE RESIDENCE If you have already bought your weekend camping ticket and fancy an upgrade in accommodation from a tent to a luxurious Hotel Belle tent or Indian Shikar then The Residence is the place for you. The Residence is the place to camp in style offering posh camping structures for luxury living at T in the Park. The Residence includes: • Residence car park • Separate Residence entrance • Residence lounge café & bar • Complimentary parlour room • Premium festival showers & toilets • Access to the VIP area in Main Arena For more information please visit: tinthepark. com/tickets/residence REFRESH Can’t live without those hairdryers? You don’t have to! The Refresh area gives you unlimited access to hair straighteners, flushing toilets, pamper areas and lovely hot showers. So after you’ve spent a night bouncing in the Slam Tent, you can still have your game face on when Calvin Harris starts playing ‘Summer’! You’ll have access to the delights of the Refresh area if you’re camping or are in the campervan area. To buy tickets visit tinthepark.com/tickets/ refresh BE CHILLED Tennent’s Lager’s Be Chilled is the quick and hassle free way for T in the Park campers to pre-order their cans of Tennent’s Lager or Magners Original Cider online and then pick them up, ice cold, in the campsite throughout the T in the Park weekend. So, if you’re 18 or over and camping at this year’s festival, you can pre-order your Tennent’s Lager or Magners Original Cider for the festival weekend, right up until noon on Thursday 7th July at www.tennents.com/bechilled and Tennent’s will have your cans chilled and ready for collection in the campsite. JOLLY GREEN SHERPAS The Jolly Green Sherpas are an army of well-built, friendly staff to carry or ‘Sherpa’ your luggage for you. If you are struggling with your bags, instead of hiring a barrow or trolley, you can simply come to one of the well situated stands in the campsite entrances and Pick Up and Drop Off point, where a team of ‘Green Sherpas’ will be waiting to help you! The Sherpa will then get you to the exact spot that you wish to pitch your tent, no fuss! HELP AROUND THE CAMPSITE There are zone controls located throughout the campsites, open 24 hrs a day which are managed by the zone manager who will be wearing a burgundy tabard. If you need assistance, please ask. No query is too big or small! T in the Park has an excellent safety record and very low levels of crime, however, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t look after yourself and your valuables as you would anywhere else! Please do not allow yourself to become a victim by taking sensible precautions such as: • Report anyone acting suspiciously to the nearest Steward or member of staff • Walk away from confrontation and seek help • Register your phone • Don’t leave valuables in your tent – keep your wallet, ticket & wristband safely on your person at all times • The zone controls will have UV pens for marking your possessions Plus there is a welfare tent in the campsite and in the arena that you can go to with any problems or if you’re looking for information. Make sure you download the cartoon map now and get to know our beautiful new home at Strathallan Castle www.tinthepark.com. DISABLED ACCESS FACILITIES T in the Park works hard to be accessible to everyone. Please visit www.tinthepark.com/info and view our disabled access facilities information. general event information PORTABLE PHONE CHARGING WITH VOLT Volt are back again in 2016, to ensure you can continue to charge your phone, all festival long, without it leaving your pocket. If you didn’t use Volt last year, here’s a little refresher on how their portable charging service works, and why it is such a lifesaver… How it works: •Rent a Volt Charger for the duration of the festival, so you can charge your phone without it ever leaving your pocket. •Whenever the Volt Charger is empty, swap it for a fully charged one. •Before you leave the festival, you can either: •Return your Volt Charger to one of the Volt booths and get your £20 deposit back •Pick up free cables from Volt, so you can use your Volt Charger at home for the rest of the year •Book early for a discount: getvolt.co.uk/tinthepark Open in the green campsite Thursday: 3pm-1am. Friday-Sunday: 9am-1am. Note it is closed Monday, so chargers need to be returned by 1am Sunday evening. Arena opening and closing times apply for charge points within the arena. CASH MACHINES Cash machines will be available in the arena and campsite, so don’t carry around more cash than you need to. •All bars and all merchandise stalls will accept electronic payment in addition to cash •Cards will be accepted via chip+pin or contactless •Pay by phone via applepay will also be available •There will be NO minimum spend •AND there will be no charge for using your card FLARES & SMOKE CANISTERS They are dangerous and have caused serious harm to festival goers. Anyone found in possession of a flare, smoke canister or similar item will be charged by the police. LOST PROPERTY There is a lost property station in the green campsite. Lost property opening times are: Thursday: 4pm-12am Friday: 8am-2am Saturday: 8am-2am Sunday: 8am-2am Monday: 8am-campsite closes TASTE T Taste T replaces Healthy T this year, still bringing you gorgeous food to be shared with good friends! No need to ditch the burgers and chips, but if you’re a foodie craving some fruit smoothies, veggie options, a juicy buffalo burger or post-headliner hog, we’ve got you covered. While you’re taking some time out to relax and enjoy the sunshine, revel in lots of delicious grub, from wood fired pizzas and tempting toasties to oysters and crepes. Back this year by popular demand will be Highland Hog Roast, Happy Crepes, Perthshire Farmers and Loch Fyne Oysters, amongst other favourites, with awesome eats from Rissotto2go and Tasty Tatties & Bites. safe and sound Just like you have to stay safe whenever you visit a new place, make sure you do the same at the festival. It really is a great place to be, so let’s keep it that way! •Look after your mates - go to a zone control for help or a steward if you need assistance •Stay with friends and people you know and arrange a meeting point in case you get lost. •Always let friends know where you’re going and who with. In order to help you find your bearings check out tinthepark.com for a cartoon map. There are stewards and police on site – please talk to them about any concerns that you have. • Steward staff and police are there to help you and each one has their own unique identifying number if you need to speak to the same person again. •You will find them roaming through the campsite and at Zone Controls. •If you want to pass confidential information anonymously call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111. KEEP YOUR VALUABLES SAFE Only bring essential items, and it goes without saying, don’t leave anything of value in your tent. There are lockers in 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. There will be a limited number available to hire over the weekend if you don’t buy in advance. Please ensure your valuables are fully insured. [Still waiting on locker info for this year!] 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 offer USB charging allowing you to charge your phone or camera provided you bring a cable with you. REHYDRATE… It’s thirsty work so do make sure you take advantage of the free water available from the drinking points dotted around the arena and campsite. It’s handy to keep an empty plastic bottle with you so you’re topped up throughout the day. No liquids, including water can be brought into the arena. Free water at water points. REFUEL… Eating is not cheating! Why run on empty when there’s this lot and more to choose from? The culinary delights include a hearty portion of Pie & Mash, freshly cooked Venison Burgers, and a good old Scottish Fish and Chips! Also, if you’re looking to treat yourself, why don’t you indulge in something sweet? There will be mouth-watering freshly baked doughnuts, churros, pancakes, milkshakes and more. RESPONSIBLE DRINKING •If you are under 18, you can’t drink alcohol anywhere at our festival, including the campsite. •If you’re caught with alcohol, we’ll have to take it off you and make arrangements to send you home. •If you are over 18 and you supply an under-ager with alcohol then you’ll also be sent home. •If you are lucky enough to look youthful (i.e. under 25)… don’t take any chances, bring photographic ID*. We will be enforcing the Challenge 25 policy, festival bars will ID you if you look under 25. •If you do drink, don’t do drunk! Excessive drinking is bad for your health and your memory – surely you want to remember T for the right, not the wrong reasons. Don’t take the risk of ruining your weekend. We want everyone to have a good, safe time by acting responsibly. LOOK AFTER YOUR HEARING •Take sensible precautions such as giving your ears regular breaks from loud music, and don’t stand too close to the speakers! •If you really like to be down the front, then you can also wear special reusable ear plugs designed for gigs. Disposable earplugs available from the welfare tent in the arena. More info at www.dontlosethemusic.com DRUGS Drugs are no more legal at festivals than they are anywhere else and the same penalties and risks apply. Legal & Herbal highs are also not permitted at the festival, although classed as legal these drugs are still extremely dangerous and can have fatal effects especially when mixed with alcohol. Legal doesn’t mean safe. If anyone is found in the possession of drugs, legal/herbal highs you will be treated as in possession of illegal drugs and will be arrested or refused entry to the Event. Festivals and large crowds can be disorienting experiences; this is not the place to be experimenting. WELFARE T in the Park prides itself on having a great welfare service available for you to use, should you need additional support during the event, to help you make it back to the good times. We provide general welfare, ranging from lost & found people, sexual health information, drug & alcohol awareness and support as well as practical assistance, information and advice from a team of caring and approachable individuals. Your personal information will remain confidential at all times. Welfare can be found in the Arena and Campsite. Remember there are also security staff and police throughout the event who will also be able to assist you. GREEN T – KEEP STRATHALLAN BEAUTIFUL T in the Park is an environmentally friendly festival. The festival is recognised by a number of leading bodies, such as A Greener Festival, Yourope, The European Festival association and Julie’s Bicycle for its work to keep Strathallan Castle beautiful and develop new eco-initiatives. LITTER Each campsite will have a dedicated recycling point ... PUT IT IN THE BIN! RETURN YOUR CUPS – WE’LL RETURN YOUR DEPOSIT Each drink sold on site includes a 10p deposit, charged for your plastic cup. Once you’ve enjoyed your drink, take your cup to the cup recycling points around the festival and we will give you a shiny new 10p! WATER Please don’t waste water. Respect the environment, turn off the taps and only take what you need. TOILETS There are toilets situated throughout the Arena and Campsite, so please use them and not the ground! Please leave them as you would expect to find them – please don’t put anything other than toilet roll (not even baby wipes) down the toilet or you will block them. All blocks will be segregated into male and female sections and will be manned by cleaners 24 hours a day. Day Ticket holders will be able to buy single entry tickets to Refresh for £5.00 giving you access to flushing toilets and the Pamper Tent. Single entry tickets will be available to buy on site from the Refresh Box Office T IN THE PARK COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR, SO MAKE IT A WEEKEND TO REMEMBER! With more than 200 acts playing over the weekend, you will need to be at your best and here are a few easy things you can do to make sure you and your mates get the most out of the experience. Watch your alcohol intake and drink plenty of water. Don’t forget breakfast, lunch and dinner, as you clock up more miles than you realise during the busy festival day. 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