This weekend Party In The Pines went out on a high with it’s last public event. There were a lot of bands and DJ’s that took to the 3 different stages.
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.
Please bare in mind the Party In the Pines team already have a lot on their plate and a lot of work to do so try make their life a bit easier by reading before asking questions. We will update with any questions you ask.
It’s been under wraps that sadly this is the LAST Party In The Pines Festival for the foreseeable future this was decided long before the amendment suggestions came from the Environmental Dept at North Lincs council.
Sometimes people prefer a visual experience of what to expect. Horror visions of ending up in an empty field are never good. So hopefully this video will prompt you not to miss the best party in North Lincolnshire!!!
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MAIN STAGE HEADLINER
The band have released tour dates this summer around the UK to promote their new album. But a lot are already selling out. So join the party before it’s too late.
And early bird offer is now over but you can get your tickets here. For £25
If you have questions about the event try the FAQ HERE before messaging the Pines page.
We spoke to a good friend of mine Casper Croft, the man with a history of many bright hair colours (Currently Green). If you have ever been to Pines before you may have spotted him about sporting his pines t shirt. He is the man behind the posts, poster’s, website and general organisation along with main organiser Gaz Hird.
It’s always such an experience at Party In The Pines. Believe me you’ll always have a memory of it once you’ve lived it, whether you want it or not lol.
Once again we were lucky for another year with exceptional sunshine and heat beaming through the trees, maybe even a little too hot.
Entering the car park and camping field it already seemed a lot busier earlier on than previous years. I have been attending Pines since it started publically and every year has just seen more and more new and returning faces from Scunthorpe and from a far. Continue reading Summary// Party In The Pines 2016
Please bare in mind the Party In the Pines team already have a lot on their plate and a lot of work to do so try make their life a bit easier by reading before asking questions.
I.e if the rules say no fire….no you can’t take your hob. If the rules say no glass…then no you can’t bring your new glass cocktail set. Don’t be silly, read the rules 🙂 Continue reading FAQ PARTY IN THE PINES 2016
It seems stupid to review Party In The Pines because well if you weren’t there to experience it, where the hell were you? For everyone that did turn up local and from far and wide, well done and thank you for supporting this growing local festival.
Situated in countryside and woods on a private clearing between Appleby and Broughton, the venue itself is just atmospheric in itself but once it started filling up it went off the scale.
Pines this time decided to go for some variety with the Main stage being indie based, the Fortress stage bringing you alternative and also an acoustic and dance tent. I did wonder how this would all fit in and if there would be sound clashes but once each individual stage was going you could only hear the one you stood in front of. Continue reading Review // Party In The Pines 2015 (Albums & Videos)