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T in the park

  • 12-02-2013 6:37pm
    Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 138 ✭✭ corkoian

    Hi lads just a few questions for anyone that was ever at T in the park. Whats the story with id for Irish people? It says you have to have a valid uk id. I tried emailing them but no response as of yet. And what's it like safety wise. i know its a music festival so i should know what to expect but like how does it fair compared to other festivals


  • Closed Accounts Posts: 53,069 ✭✭✭✭ whoopsadaisydoodles

    Moved from After Hours. Gigs & Events Charter now applies.

  • Closed Accounts Posts: 709 TheBza

    If you look under 16 i'd say you'll only be asked for ID, your passport should be fine if you want to risk bringing that, i think they just mean id in general, as its in the uk they just stated to bring a valid uk ID. Just guessing though.

  • Registered Users Posts: 1,241 ✭✭✭ Auldloon

    What do you need ID for, collecting tickets?
    I've been loads of times it's great. Big,loud and very messy. The scots are good fun at a festival and love the Irish.
    Last year was a mud fest. I've never seen any aggro or hassle or even heard of any trouble and i know loads of folk who go every year. Maybe leave the football tops at home. I'm sure you can find arrest and crime stats online to compare it to oxygen for example.