The organisers of T in the Park music festival in Scotland have announced an all-star international line-up for this summer. Nicki Minaj, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, New Order, Florence + the Machine, Snow Patrol and Kasabian are headliners. They join The Stone Roses who were confirmed in November.
Other big names on the bill include Skrillex, Calvin Harris and the Happy Mondays. The full-line up of confirmed headline acts is below.
“It’s really important to us that we listen to the fans and make every effort to book the bands they tell us they want to see. With some of the biggest bands and the greatest audience in the world, we hope the weekend of 6 – 8 July will be unforgettable for fans. Opening the campsite gates for the first time is still my favourite moment of the festival weekend and I can’t wait to see you all in July!” – Geoff Ellis (Festival Director)
This year’s T in the Park takes place on the weekend of July 6th-8th at Balado in Kinross-shire, Scotland. Tickets go on sale this Wednesday, 29 February at 9am.
Remember: rain is a strong possibility, bring your wellies.
Friday, 6 July 2012:
Snow Patrol, Tinie Tempah, New Order, Florence + the Machine, Example, Professor Green, Kaiser Chiefs, The Temper Trap, The Darkness, Miike Snow, Labrinth, Mastodon, Pulled Apart By Horses, Tribes
Saturday, 7 July 2012:
The Stone Roses, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Jessie J, The Vaccines, Two Door Cinema Club, Emeli Sandé, Ben Howard, Amy Macdonald, The Courteeners, The Maccabees, Enter Shikari, Rizzle Kicks, Peter Doherty, The Wailers, Dappy, Alabama Shakes
Sunday 8 July 2012:
Kasabian, Elbow, Chase and Status, Skrillex, Happy Mondays, James Morrison, Frank Turner, The Enemy, Miles Kane, The Wanted, Maverick Sabre, Twin Atlantic, The Horrors, Christina Perri, Devlin, Bellowhead, Little Roy, Spector, Band of Skulls
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