T in the Park: Rain or Shine - Better Be Ready

The Mirror (London, England), July 9, 2005 | Go to article overview

T in the Park: Rain or Shine - Better Be Ready


Byline: By GRAHAM MARTIN

THE best advice is to remember this is Scotland, so the weather can do anything.

Bring clothing for hot, cold, wet or dry weather

DO BRING:

A hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, rainwear, woolly jumper, anti- histamines and inhaler if you use them, contraceptives (if applicable) - and your ticket!

Tell pals of allergies or medical conditions, bring enough cash for weekend (keep it safe), tent, camping gear and phosphate-free soap. Make sure carry outs are in cans or plastic - no glass.

DO NOT BRING:

Anything that may be considered offensive, even if you're planning to use it for camping - it won't be allowed in, glass containers (i.e. alcohol, ketchup, soft drinks or perfume in glass bottles), prams or pushchairs - the site isn't suitable for them or their occupants!

Pets, gazebos, barbeques, laser pens - they may result in eviction without refund.

No alcohol is allowed into main arena.

There is a new layout this year, so be sure to find your bearings.

Only bring essential items and don't leave anything in your car. Don't leave anything of value in your tent. Label belongings in case they get lost. Bring unopened or empty plastic water bottles to top up at water points.

No 'rogue' camping will be tolerated.

TICKETS

There has been a change to the ticket system. Tickets will be scanned on entry, and all will have a barcode identifying you as the ticket's owner.

WEEKEND CAMPING TICKETS

When you enter the campsite your ticket will be scanned and a section of it removed. You will not receive a wristband at this point.

Once you have pitched your tent take your ticket to the Wristband Exchange and swap a part of it for a wristband. …

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