Win tickets to T in the Park
Tuesday 30 June 2009
T in the Park is almost upon us with less than two weeks to go, taking place in Balado, Kinross-shire from Friday 10 to Sunday 12 July. This year the Main Stage is headlined by Kings of Leon, The Killers, Blur and Snow Patrol along with the finest in international and home grown talent including The Specials, Glasvegas, Florence and the Machine, Lily Allen and TV on the Radio.
T in the Park is about more than music, it’s also about spending quality time with friends and the Healthy T space onsite is the perfect location. Now in its third year it’s back and bigger than ever. Supported by the Scottish Government, it’s a beautifully dressed spot where you can sit back and relax whilst enjoying some delicious food. This year Healthy T is packed with top tasty outlets from all over Scotland using the finest local produce including the award winning Food from Argyll (Excellence Award at the 2009 Scot:Land of Food & Drink Awards), old favourites such as Stoats Porridge Oats, Mutley's Crêpes and J's Jackets and Stovies plus exotic and global fare from Japanese noodle bar Now and Zen and Johnny Baghdad's Falafels.
Soak up the charming entertainment and laid back atmosphere with Fair Trade festival favourites Chai Chapel on hand to provide piping hot chai, hand blended incense, tribal instruments and free drumming and dancing workshops. And for festival goers needing further relaxing, they can pop to the Bedouin Tent for a range of treatments including neck and shoulder massage, reiki and reflexology.
For those kicking off proceedings early on the Thursday, there is campsite entertainment in the form of the Silent Disco, cinema and funfair and on Fancy Dress Friday hoards of festival goers will compete for the best costume prize.
T in the Park is the place to be this summer, and courtesy of festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner’s Tennent’s Lager, you could be there! We don’t want you to miss out so we’re giving away a pair of weekend with camping tickets to this year’s festival and not only that but long after T in the Park has finished you can still listen to the bands that made your weekend with £50 HMV vouchers.
To be in with a chance of winning this fantastic prize, answer the following question:
How many years has Healthy T been at T in the Park for?
This competition is now closed.
For more information and regular updates from The T Lady visit www.tinthepark.com
Entrants must be over 18 years of age.
Please drink responsibly – For The Facts www.drinkaware.co.uk .
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