Refresh Yourself at T In The Park
aaamusic | On 21, Jun 2011
REFRESH YOURSELF AT T IN THE PARK
Refresh at T in the Park is back for 2011 and this year it’s bigger and better than ever, doubling in size to help festival goers look their best all weekend. With twice as many toilets, six times as many showers and opening hours extending throughout the night, Refresh is the ultimate pit stop between partying.
A Refresh wristband gives unlimited access to the top class facilities in the campsite and in the main arena all weekend – whether people want to pop in for a quick look in the mirror and touch up the hair between bands, or go all out and have a full shower, stepping out feeling clean, fresh and ready for a full day of festival action.
The Refresh area offers everything the fashion conscious, stylish festival goer needs to stay looking in tip top condition all weekend including
– Portakabin flushable toilets exclusive to the Refresh area
– Hair washing stations
– Pamper stations with mirrors
– Hair Straighteners
– Pamper products such as deodorant, hair gel, hairspray etc.
Full weekend unlimited access wristbands can be bought online at www.tinthepark.com/refresh before Monday 27th June at the lower price of £21.50. Wristbands can also be bought on site at Balado for £25, or pay just £4 for a one off, single visit use.
2011 also welcomes on board the stylish Fake Bake team who will be present in both Refresh areas in the campsite and in the main arena. Festival fashionistas can take choose from the range of lavish treatments on offer including fake tans, manicures and hair styling. Bespoke pamper packages offer great value and a combination of treatments – choose from Boho or Chic packages for the ultimate festival makeover.
At the heart of T in the Park is the music and atmosphere that continually unites the crowd and creates a weekend of memorable moments that will last a lifetime. Brit Award and Grammy winners, the best breakthrough talent, multi-million selling artists, new music icons and legends….T in the Park 2011 has them all. Bring it on Balado.