T In the Park

Do you have any plans of traveling to the United Kingdom?

If so read on…..


One of UK’s happiest place is the T In The Park Festival, a must see, must go event.  Getting tickets during the event could be difficult, tickets are sold out fast.  So booking for the T In The Park Tickets early, should be a clever move.  It will save you time and money.


Here are reasons why you should include T In The Park festival in your list of UK travel destination.


The Performances

Musical performances are held in 7 main music stages each of which has different themes.  The 7 music stages are Main stage, Radio 1 Stage, King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Slam Tent, Transmission Tent, T Break, and BBC Introducing Stage.  These stages have been graced by music legends from all over the world for 20 years now – Gene, Alanis Morissette, The Killer, Mumford and Sons, are just few of the many.  T In The Park line ups, year after year, are always big and sought after.






Bring out the child in you.  Go and have fun with T In The Park ferris wheel which gives a panoramic view of the entire festival.  Other rides include bungee ball and dodgems.




Cabaret Club

If you love live stand up comedy, this is just the right place to go.  They also showcase many different cabaret acts.




Fancy Dress Friday

At the Fancy Dress Friday, you get to express yourself  by dressing up into depending on the the event’s theme for that year.  Whoever has the best costume wins.





Stay fresh and clean the whole time you are having fun, pamper yourself right there and then.  In The Park Refresh services include shower, flushing toilets, and different hair cares.  This attraction is definitely a bonus, something that festivalgoers will deeply appreciate.


Visit T In The Park festival, join the fun…. bring the spirit back.

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44 thoughts on “T In the Park

  1. I’ve wanted to visit the UK for a while…I’ll get there one day! I’ve never heard of this festival, but it sounds like a ton of fun. I like the idea of the refresh services…very cool!

  2. I’ve never been to the UK before but I’d really love to go if I could. 🙂 This festival sound like fun! Will definitely keep it mind for future use. 🙂

  3. Wow United Kingdom! One of the countries i want to visit…and suggesting this place is a good idea. After reading this, I’ll make sure to put this place in my list of to-go-to places in United Kingdom. Looks fun and exciting! 😀

  4. I’d love to visit the UK but with two young children and one on the way, it probably will be a venture I go on when they are older. Thanks for the great fun ideas to do!

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