The 23rd edition sees the event for 92,000 music fans return to Strathallan Castle in Perthshire over full three days from Friday 8th to Sunday 10th July 2016.
Latest additions The Van T's, Be Charlotte, HQFU, Making Monsters, Cherryshoes, Cabbage, Draper, The Night Cafe, The Mirror Trap, Isle, Lucia Fontaine, Womps, Man of Moon, Elle Watson, Jnctre, Shiners, Matt Wills, Corey Bowen, and Fenne Lily..
They will share a bill with The Stone Roses, Calvin Harris, LCD Soundsystem, Chase & Status, Faithless, Bastille, The 1975, Disclosure, Courteeners, Alesso, Jamie xx, James Morrison, Frightened Rabbit, Oliver Heldens, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Hannah Wants, Bear’s Den, Fun Lovin’ Criminals, Krept & Konan, The Coral, The Temperance Movement, Oh Wonder, The Last Shadow Puppets, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Jess Glynne, Kaiser Chiefs, Pete Tong, Wstrn, Travis, Tinie Tempah, Tom Odell, Jack Garratt, Stiff Little Fingers, Shed Seven, Disciples, Rat Boy, Maxi Jazz & The E-Type Boys, Major Lazer, James Bay, Jake Bugg, Frank Turner & the Sleeping Souls, Lightning Seeds, Alessia Cara, Izzy Bizu, The Telermen, The Lapelles, Ash, Augustines, Sunset Sons, Borns, DMA's, Vant, The Struts, The Sherlocks, JR Green, Craig David’s TS5, Slaves, Maximo Park, John Grant, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, FIDLAR, Blossoms, and more.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available see the T in the Park line-up page.
A Thursday weekend with camping ticket is priced at £205, a Friday weekend with camping ticket is priced at £194, and a Friday Weekend (No Camping)ticket is priced at £184. Day tickets are priced at £82.50.
Tickets can be secured for £50 using the instalment scheme and then pay up the rest across three further instalments.
Citizen T is back and this year with the support of Mr T. Following on from the last three year's success the Citizen T manifesto encourages positive community behaviour at T in the Park. It simply involves festival goers looking after each other and their fellow campers, binning their litter, taking the tent home, enjoying the festival whilst remembering to stay safe.
T in the Park's changes to 2016’s festival, include the campsite. Improvements include a significant increase in size, colour-coded zones, more live entertainment and food outlets, better signage and 24hr dedicated management teams.
The campsite opens on Thursday 7th July which means you can take advantage of an extra day of festival fun with a Thursday camping ticket, which includes entertainment including Band-A-Oke, The Stand Comedy Club, Club Noir, Slam DJs and Hot Dub Time Machine, and the fairground.
Don’t bring any banned items to the festival – glass, flag poles, selfie sticks, nitrous oxide aka ‘laughing gas’, laser pens, air horns, multi-tools or flares. As always, fires, barbeques and cooking stoves are not allowed but disposable barbeques can be used within the fire lanes. These items put others at risk and are best kept at home. Also both illegal drugs and legal highs are against the law – it’s just not worth the risk.
Each campervan ticket allows access to a pitch area of 7m x 7m. If more space is required another ticket for a second pitch must be purchased, campervan tickets must be bought in advance. The number of passengers must not exceed the campervan sleeping capacity.
There are expected to once again be coaches running to the festival from direct routes from locations across Scotland.
This year there will be separate road access for buses and cars, a new bus depot with over 40 stands, a well-managed dedicated pick up and drop off area, and a New Traffic Manager supported by experienced staff
Citylink is the official transport provider and is the fastest and greenest way to travel to T in the Park. Their coach services will drop off at the festival entrances and campsite entrance. Citylink coaches will operate from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, and Dundee as well as 66 other locations across the country taking you directly to the festival drop off points. Tickets for all Citylink services must be bought in advance at citylink.co.uk or by calling 0871 266 33 33.
If driving to the event follow the advised route. Even if you know the area well, please stick to these routes as they are the only routes that are available to access the site. There will be a number of local road closures in place and other restrictions to minimise traffic disruption on other routes during the festival.
Don’t travel by car before 10am on Thursday and Friday to avoid busy commuter times and leave yourselves plenty of time to get there.
If you are travelling by train the easiest way to get to T in the Park is to travel to Glasgow, Edinburgh or Perth train stations then jump on the Citylink shuttle bus service which will drop off at the site entrance. If travelling to Gleneagles train station, use the T in the Park shuttle bus service available outside the station to reach the festival site – Remember there are NO pedestrian walking routes to or from the festival site.
Scotrail have announced that there will by rail engineering works over the summer with disruptions on certain routes resulting in longer journeys. Please check here for more details. (scotrail.co.uk/winchburgh)
There are no train services back to any main city centre late at night so please make sure to plan your journey home if you are arriving at the festival for the day. Links to all travel information for Scotrail is available via scotrail.co.uk or using the ScotRail app.
If you are flying into Edinburgh, Glasgow or Dundee for the festival, airport shuttle bus services will take you into the city centre and you can pick up a Citylink coach taking you to the T in the Park.
Remember if you are planning on using a Citylink coach service please book this in advance at citylink.co.uk or by calling 0871 266 33 33.
Parking your car. Parking tickets can only be purchased on entry to the car park. Each car park has a name and number, please make sure you take a note of where you park on arrival so you can find your way back.
Arriving by mini bus. Mini buses will drop off in the designated private coaches’ area. To avoid confusion, remember the name of your drop off point and make sure that the driver coming to collect you knows it too.
Make sure you take a look at the car park rules. Vehicle searches will be in place over the weekend and if there is evidence of rules being broken access to the festival may be refused and vehicles removed.
For detailed information about various aspects of the festival see the T in the Park Information (includes detailed info on camping, travel, children, food & drink, and more).
More information will be here when available.
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