Party In The Pines have now issued their low ticket warning for their final event, which happens on Saturday (5th August 2017).
The last physical tickets remaining are available from the ticket outlets listed in the FAQ.
Getting to Pines
If you are getting the train to Scunthorpe then you will need a taxi to get you from the station to the location. No buses travel close enough to the site.
We have asked some of the local taxi companies to get back to us with some quotes for those of you travelling from Scunthorpe.
Car £15 day time/£20 evening.
Bus £20 day time £25 evening.
Rates each way to Party In the Pines from any one pick-up point/drop off point at Scunthorpe.
– Minibuses (8 people) – £20.00
– Car (4 people) – £15.00
– Minibuses (8 people) – £25.00
– Car (4 people) – £20.00 Advance bookings only.
Price unconfirmed but assuming similar to the other two.
Ashby Cars : 01724 644444
Fast Cabs: 01724 855555
Kath’s Kabs: 01724 844444
So far the weather is looking good, but that could change. Usually Pines is quite fortunate to have sunshine throughout the day.
Just incase, maybe pack a poncho as there isn’t much shelter other than the trees.
The final lot of tickets have been posted out, if you didn’t order in time to catch the last post out then you must use your Paypal transaction code/proof for admission into the festival.
If you can’t get to an outlet then contact the page and one of the ticket reps may be able to arrange a drop off.
Online ticket sales will be taken OFFLINE on Friday 4th August, from then on tickets will only be available through the ticket outlets if they are open.
The festival will open to the public at 12pm but the campsite will be open a little earlier at 10am to give you time to set up your tent or stall for stall holders. The festival must finish at 11pm to meet noise regulations.
For all the Frequently asked questions you can click the link here.
The set times have now been released but subject to change or adjustments. The DJ stage will be the stage in the middle that is set into the hillside. The Woodland stage will be set back a little into the surrounding woodland and the main stage remains where it always has.
Tickets still available online www.partyinthepines.co.uk