Party at the Park Info & FAQs

The answers to most questions will be below, so the quickest way to get answers to your question will be to search this website! But if you’re stuck, please do contact us by e-mail anytime

+ Where is Party at the Park?

Party at The Park will take place on the South Inch, Perth on the weekend of 27th and 28th June 2020. Perth has excellent public transport links, with the train and bus station just a few minutes’ walk from the event site. There are no parking facilities at the event so please make use of the local Park and Ride at Broxden. Buses will also be running to the event from across the country through our partners at Happy Bus

+ Where do I get tickets?

Follow the link on the Tickets page to make a booking. You can book direct through us or through one of our ticket agents.
Please note children’s ticket are as follows;
Children aged 0-5 – Free
Children aged 6 – 15 years – Child ticket applies
16 yeas and over – Adult ticket applies

+ Can I camp?

There is no official campsite at PATPP however we are happy to recommend Noah’s Ark campsite, which is just outside the city centre

+ Where can I stay?

Accommodation in Perth will be very busy over the weekend of Party at The Park so best to book early. A list of places to stay is here

+ What time does the party kick off at?
Gates open 12:30pm. First act 1.00pm. Last act on stage 8.50pm. Finishes 10:30pm. Times are approximate.
+ Can I give or sell my tickets to someone else?
Yes. But please seek advice on the various safe and ethical ways of disposing of unwanted tickets and acquiring them.
+ Disability Information

For disability information please email info@partyatthepark.scot but we will update this section once we have further and more exact site details. Certainly we will look forward to welcoming one and all!

+ I'm hungry what is there too eat?

We are delighted to be able to offer a large range of locally sourced, freshly prepared food and covering all dietary requirements. Please note that you can’t bring food or drink into the event; thank you.

+ Is there good mobile coverage?
Is there mobile coverage at the site? Yes. There is good coverage across all networks.
+ Is the site suitable for wheelchairs and buggies?
Party at The Park takes place on a grass field. The terrain may not be suitable for all types of buggy or wheelchair but our stewards are there to help and assist where possible. Loos for people with disabilities and baby changing facilities are available on site.
+ Are camping chairs allowed?
While many find it comfortable and convenient taking a small folding chair to sit on, they are deemed an inconvenience by others. To strike a balance, PATP does allow people to bring them – however they will not be allowed to be positioned directly in front of the stage. There will be a ‘Chair Free Zone’ in a stewarded area around 50 metres from the stage. There is a very large area beyond that in which you are welcome to ‘park’ your seating for the whole day and you can then of course move closer to the stage when you fancy getting into the thick of it and retiring back to your seats again – just like at the dancin’! We also ask you to think of the environment and take your chairs home with you. Brolly policy: we have the same ‘Brolly Free Zone’ as the camping chairs. Please use them with consideration.
+ For your safety!
Following advice from Police Scotland and in line with other music events. All customers and belongings may be subjected to searches. We would ask therefor that you only bring essentials to the event arena with a reminder that no food or drink can be brought into the event. Those caught in possession of any restricted item will have the item confiscated and may be refused entry. In addition we would ask you to consider fellow revellers; more bags mean more searches meaning larger queues. We will operate a fast track queue system for those without bags to enter quicker. Please do not leave items unattended at any time and you see anything suspicious, please alert a member of security or police.

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