T in the Park

Jul 2020


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The basics

Mainstream rock, pop and dance DJs head up to Kinross to throw down. Expect a party only the Scots can throw.

The festival

Regular attendees of T in the Park will tell you that its one hell of a party as Scotland descends on Kinross. With tents from BBC Introducing, Radio One, legendary dance tent Slam and more, T in the Park is the biggest festival held in Scotland.

Now 20 years old, the set up’s solid and reliable (more so than the weather) and all you need to do is turn up ready for a party. Especially if you book into the Tangerine Fields, which have pre-set up tents all ready and waiting for you.

Aside from taking in sets from everyone from Elbow to Pharrell Williams, you can chill out in the Healing T area and the Garden of Delight, ramp up the adrenaline in an old-fashioned fairground or catch a dose of glamour in the Cabaret Club. There’s also Fancy Dress Friday, while a VIP ticket will get you access to a special VIP area that stays open until 2am.

Our tip

Buy a Refresh wristband to enter a world of pampering. Get your hair washed, straightened, nails done or just soap off the dirt with a hot shower.




Getting there

How do I get there?

Travelling by Bus: Coaches running to the festival from direct routes from numerous locations across Scotland: Aberdeen, Alloa, Airdrie, Aviemore, Ayr, Armadale, Bathgate, Blackburn, Broxburn, Cowdenbeath, Cupar, Dundee, Dunfermline, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Fort William, Glasgow, Glenrothes, Greenock, Hamilton, Helensburgh, Inverness, Kelty, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Livingston, Motherwell, Oban, Paisley, Perth, Pitlochry, St Andrews, Stirling and Whitburn.

With direct services also available from London, Belfast, Birmingham, Manchester and Preston, Newcastle, Scotch Corner, Cardiff, Carlisle, Sheffield, Wakefield and many more.

Flying: Glasgow AirportGlasgow Prestwick AirportEdinburgh Airport

Travelling by Train: The easiest way to get to T in the Park from a train station is to travel to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Perth train station and then take the T in the Park Citylink shuttle bus from there.

Travelling by Car: The car park opens at 10am. Car park tickets are only available to buy on the day. Please only use designated drop-off points



Thursday & Weekend Camping - £205

Weekend Camping - £194

Weekend (no camping) - £184



When can I get them?

Tickets on sale now

Where can I get them?

Tickets will be available via the Ticketmaster.

More info

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