T IN THE PARK with their cameras trained on the chaos below. What they’ll see from up there is as accurate a snapshot of Scotland’s youth as you could find – teenagers running about like maddies, personal hygiene non-existent and alcohol consumption levels that make a mockery of the RDA.The police have a blimp which floats above
That may seem a little intimidating, but T in the Park is generally very safe, incredibly good-natured and, this year certainly, rammed full of the biggest bands walking the planet.
One for the ladies: There is a little-known toilet at T in the Park that includes hair dryers, straighteners and freshening-up products. It’s signposted “Refresh” and is situated between the Futures Stage and the campers entrance. Oh and it also costs £2 to use it.
Friday, July 10 – Sunday, July 12.
This is its 16th year.
Total number of acts:
Cost of a ticket:
So each act is worth:
“Healthy T is the place to unwind with the most delicious, nutritious food from around the globe, all at a price which won’t hurt your pocket”. Organic burger: £5.
4 Blur – The Universal (Sunday, 9pm, Main Stage)
4 Bloc Party – Flux (French Version) (Sunday, 4pm, Main Stage)
4 Broken Records – Thoughts On A Picture (Saturday, 7.15pm, BBC Introducing Stage)
4 Elbow – Grounds For Divorce (Sunday, 5.30pm, Main Stage)
4 Regina Spektor – Laughing With (Sunday, 3.40pm, King Tut’s Tent)
4 We Were Promised Jetpacks – Back To The Bare Bones (Sunday, 6.3opm, T Break Stage)
4 The Gaslight Anthem – Old White Lincoln (Sunday, 12.50pm, Radio 1 NME Stage)
4 General Fiasco – Ever So Shy (Sunday, 2.05pm, Futures Tent)
4 Maximo Park – Apply Some Pressure (Friday, 7.10pm, Main Stage)
4 Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Maps (Friday, 8.40pm, Radio 1 NME Stage)