Scotland: STREETrave Festival is just two weeks away from taking place at Ayr Beach

Published by
Kyle Smith

Scotland: STREETrave Festival, which promises to be Scotland’s biggest summer event, will feature an Open Air main stage, a 1,000-capacity Dance Tent, and a VIP area. In addition, the festival will also have Scotland’s largest 33m observation wheel, providing stunning views of the entire Ayrshire coastline.

To accommodate those who may be watching a sporting event before heading to the festival, the last entry time has been extended to 6 pm.

The festival’s special guests and performers have not been announced yet, but the organizers promise that all will be revealed on the day. The festival will have a cloakroom onsite for attendees to store their belongings.

Multiple food trucks will be on hand, serving a variety of tasty options such as fish and chips, burgers, noodles, and pizza. Several bars will be stocked with a wide variety of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.

Attendees can purchase tokens to use at the onsite bars with cash or a card. Cash or card can also be used to purchase food, merchandise, and shots on the observation wheel. Festival-goers can park for free, and clear signage will guide them to the parking area.

Happy Bus, the official transport partner for the event, will provide transport to and from the festival.

Happy Bus will run buses from every central town and city in Scotland. The festival site is also easily accessible by train. Tickets for the festival are still available online from Skiddle, Tickets Scotland, and Ticketweb or in person from Unique in Ayr and Kilmarnock.

The festival will be followed by three after-parties covering all musical bases: Vinyl, Malinkys, and Printhouse. Tickets for the after-parties are on sale via Skiddle.

Organizers have urged people to purchase their tickets as soon as possible, reminding them that they will regret it if they miss out on what promises to be a fantastic event.

Kyle Smith

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