Plan your T in the Park: the festival release running order and site map

Stage splits announced along with a map of the campsite and festival site

Plan your T in the Park: the festival release running order and site map

Please take a few moments now to locate your nearest bar

*UPDATE* follow the link for T in the Park 2015 set times.

If the weeks until T in the Park feel like an age, you can console yourself by planning your festival weekend with the help of the stage splits and cartoon site map.

There’s five stages to choose from at T, so if you want to see big names on the Main Stage and BBC Three / Radio 1 Stage, check out new talent at BBC Introducing and the T Break Stage and head undercover for the delights of King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent and the Slam Tent then it’s time to get a strategy together. Then there is the inevitable headline clash to debate. Do you want to see Mark Ronson, David Guetta or Kasabian on Friday night? And who warrants the final, emotional viewing of the festival, the Prodigy, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds or Above & Below? Decisions, decisions.

T in the Park sitemap 2015

You might be a seasoned T-goer but this is everyones first year at the new Strathallan site, so that favourite camping spot, loyal noodle van or trusty porto loo – all moved. Luckily the people over at T in the Park have made a handy cartoon map so you can march into the campsite like the festival pro you are.

T in the Park sitemap 2015(click map to download PDF)

As well as the location of the stages, bars and toilets the map details the entrances for the West Campsite, East Campsite and South Campsite. It shows where Citylink buses will drop off and collect campers and day ticket holders; car drop-off zones and the box offices for collecting tickets. You can see where to locate first aid, lost property and help, just in case. There are also T in the Park WiFi zones for instagramming, mobile phoning charging spots should you lose your friends and your battery, the signing tent for autographs and free water points, because (fingers crossed) it’s going to be a scorcher.

T in the Park, Strathallan Castle, Fri 10–Sun 12 Jul

T in the Park

From relatively humble beginnings, T in the Park has become the acknowledged behemoth of the Scottish festival scene and one of the UK's largest events. In 2015 the festival moved from its longstanding Balado location to the new grounds of Strathallan Castle in Perthshire. Bands appearing in 2016 include The Stone…


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