Balado Airfield Tickets
Kinross-Shire, Kinross, KY13 0NJ, GB
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Balado Airfield Tickets and Event Dates
Updated travel information can be found at www.tinthepark.com; register now for regular updates in the run up to the festival giving you the most up to date news and advice about how to make the best of your weekend at T in the Park.
ParkingParking is limited and available to buy in advance only.
Car park tickets are for CARS ONLY.
The following car park rules must be adhered to:
T IN THE PARK - CAR PARK RULES
No entry to car parks without a valid car park ticket for each vehicle
No entry to car parks without a valid event ticket for each person in the vehicle
No sleeping in vehicles
No camping in car parks
No vehicle movement between car parks
Vans are not permitted for safety and security reasons
No bonfires or barbeques
No forms of unauthorised entertainment
No trading from vehicles or in car parks
Vehicle searches will be in place over the weekend, if there is evidence of car park rules being broken access to the festival may be refused and vehicles removed
Car park tickets can not be used for Campervans. Campervan tickets must be purchased in advance. No caravans allowed.
Please follow the event road signs when travelling to the event to make sure you take the correct route.
Each car park has a name so make sure you take note of where you park on arrival so you can find your way back!
Official Citylink coach is absolutely the fastest and greenest way to come to T in the Park. These coach services will drop you off at the festival entrance so no long walks from the car parks with all your camping gear. Tickets must be purchased in advance from www.citylink.co.uk or 0871 266 33 33.
Coaches running to the festival from direct routes from the following 32 locations across Scotland: Aberdeen, Alloa, Airdrie, Aviemore, Ayr, Armadale, Bathgate, Blackburn, Broxburn, Cowdenbeath, Cupar, Dundee, Dunfermline, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow, Glenrothes, Greenock, Hamilton, Inverness, Kelty, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Livingston, Motherwell, Paisley, Perth, Pitlochry, St Andrews, Stirling and Whitburn. Connecting services available from London, Birmingham, Manchester and Preston via Glasgow and Newcastle, Scotch Corner, Sheffield and Wakefield via Edinburgh.
To prevent long queues and unnecessary waiting, you must travel at the time stated on your ticket. Please do not turn up until your allocated time. You will not be able to travel until the time on your ticket. This is to ensure that there is enough capacity at the correct times for all passengers. You must have a valid festival ticket to travel.
If you have booked an event ticket including bus travel from Ticketmaster, you must log on to www.citylink.co.uk or call 0871 266 33 33 after Monday 22nd March 2010 to book your date and time of travel. You will need your Ticketmaster booking reference number. Please confirm your journey details before Monday 7th June 2010.
Box Office NumbersTickets are available from the 24hour credit card hotline on 08444 999 990
Box Office HoursBox office hours to be confirmed
Accessible SeatingT in the Park welcomes people with special needs. Every year we try to provide the best and most appropriate facilities possible.
As the event is held in a rural setting manoeuvring a wheelchair can be difficult in some areas of the site, particularly if there are adverse weather conditions. We do our best to provide facilities to assist with this.
For the most up to date information regarding these facilities, please go to tinthepark.com/specialneeds
If you have a query related to our disabled facilities that is not answered below or on the T in the Park website, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Ã¢ÂÂ we cannot guarantee that queries received after 31st May will be answered.
BOOKING DISABLED TICKETS:
Please call the Ticketmaster Disabled Access Booking Line 0844 847 1655 to book tickets and register for information if you are registered disabled and would like to use our special facilities; the organisers will then send you an info pack a couple of weeks before the event.
If you require a carer, they can accompany you to the event free of charge. Please advise the staff when booking your tickets.
If you are registered disabled and would like to make use of the special needs facilities and have tickets for the event but did not book via the Ticketmaster Disabled Access Booking Line it is important that you call them as soon as possible to register - 0844 847 1655. The deadline for registration is Monday 31st May 2010 (subject to availability).
A leaflet providing further information on camping facilities, parking, viewing platforms, getting round the site and more for those with special needs attending the event is available to download from tinthepark.com/specialneeds
Disabled parking is provided free of charge. Cars must display the relevant official disability badge where appropriate. Please ensure you have registered with the Ticketmaster Disabled Access Booking Line 0844 847 1655 before 31st May and the organisers will send you parking information and directions in advance.
CITYLINK OFFICIAL WHEELCHAIR COACHES:
Scottish Citylink are providing wheelchair accessible vehicles for travel to T in the Park from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth and Dundee. Services are limited and must be booked in advance by calling Scottish Citylink on 08705 501 501.
DISABLED VIEWING PLATFORMS:
There are disabled viewing platforms in the main arena. It is our policy that you can access the platform with one carer only. As the event is held in a rural setting manoeuvring a wheelchair can be difficult in some areas of the site, particularly if there are adverse weather conditions so we provide a wheelchair friendly shuttle bus for all our customers who require disabled access to give you a helping hand to travel between each of the disabled platforms at the event.
A free wheelchair friendly shuttle bus is provided for customers who require disabled access to travel between each of the disabled platforms at the event. The bus also picks up and drops off at the disabled campsite and main entrance.
General RulesThe following are prohibited for safety reasons: glass, campfires, barbeques, candles, gazeboes, pets, fireworks, camping stoves and anything that may be considered an offensive weapon.
If you are bringing food, drink and cosmetics to the campsite make sure you have no glass bottles or containers (drinks, ketchup, perfume, aftershave etc). All glass will be confiscated. No food or drink can be taken from the campsite into the arena.
No folding chairs can be taken from the campsite into the arena.
For a full list of prohibited items see the T in the Park Festival Conditions tinthepark.com/rules
If you purchase a weekend camping ticket, access to the event must be gained via the Campsite Entrance only; access through the Main Arena Entrance will not be permitted. You must be in possession of a valid weekend camping ticket to camp. Pitches are on a first come first served basis, if you intend to camp beside friends you must arrive together. As Thursday camping is for limited numbers, only designated areas of the campsite will be open.
Only campers can move between the arena and the campsite. You must have both your ticket and campsite wristband to do this so make sure you look after them as they will not be replaced under any circumstances and could be checked by staff at any time. There are no pass outs for non-campers which means no leaving and re-entry to the arena.
We are fortunate enough to have found a welcome at a site in the middle of some of Scotland’s nicest farmland and we have a responsibility to respect the neighbours.
Please follow signs to the event and only park and camp where you're asked to, or you risk having your car impounded and tent removed.
Children RulesChildren under 5 are not permitted.
Children under 16 must hold a full price ticket and must be accompanied by a guardian of over 21 who will be required to provide suitable proof of age and fill out a guardianship form. Forms can be downloaded from tinthepark.com/guardianship and filled in advance. Bring your completed forms and hand them in to age screening staff at the entrance.
Don’t take any chances – bring proof of age.