T in the Park 2013 earlybird tickets sell out as fans get set for festival’s 20th year

Mud for it: 2013 festival-goers will be hoping for better conditions than this year
Mud for it: 2013 festival-goers will be hoping for better conditions than this year© Drew Farrell

Just a fortnight after the festival closed its doors for 2012, festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager have announced that limited  earlybird tickets for T in the Park 2013 are sold out.

The Scottish music festival will celebrate the significant milestone of its 20th year, with limited earlybird allocation of tickets going on sale at 9am on Friday July 13 at 2012 prices.

Many fans took advantage of the exclusive earlybird deposit offer, which meant that they could guarantee their ticket for the festival’s 20th year with a £50 deposit.

Festival director Geoff Ellis said: “We’re thrilled that the T in the Park 2013 earlybird ticket allocation has sold out - it’s great to know that our audience are as excited as we are about our 20th year celebrations.

“Given the current economic climate, we introduced the £50 deposit offer to help fans guarantee their place in the crowd at T in the Park 2013 and we’re pleased that this has proved so successful.”

He added: “Those who missed out will have another chance to get their tickets when we release another batch of tickets pre-Christmas.”

George Kyle, head of sponsorship for Tennent’s Lager, said: “Tennent’s Lager has been the T in the T in the Park since it began, and we’re incredibly proud to be approaching the 20th year of our founding partnership with the festival.

“It’s fantastic to see that anticipation is already building, and here at Tennent’s we can’t wait to celebrate T in the Park’s 20th year with the fans - it will be a very special occasion.”

Next year’s T in the Park will take place from Friday 12 to Sunday July 14.

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