Earlier this week it was revealed that some of the world's greatest acts will be heading to Kinross over 12th - 14th July for the 20th year of T In The Park, and ahead of the final batch of tickets going on sale tomorrow at 9am, festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent's Lager are excited to confirm that Beady Eye, Laurent Garnier, Daughter and Tribes will be joining the 20th year celebrations.
After the announcement that Chase and Status, Stereophonics, Calvin Harris, Foals, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more will be joining Main Stage headliners Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers, plus electronic pioneers Kraftwerk this summer at T in the Park, fans can ensure they're part of the celebrations when the final batch of tickets goes on sale tomorrow at 9am. Music lovers can get their hands on the ultimate festival ticket of the summer from tinthepark.com or ticketmaster.co.uk or call 08444 999 990.
With an international line-up of chart toppers, Grammy winners, pioneering trailblazers, rising stars and Scotland's finest home-grown heroes, the T in the Park 2013 bill is off to a roaring start, with yet more top acts added today.
Liam Gallagher played the first ever T in the Park with Oasis back in 1994, and returns for the 20th year with new outfit Beady Eye. Also featuring former Oasis members Gem Archer and Andy Bell, plus drummer Chris Sharrock, Beady Eye are currently putting the finishing touches to their second album, the follow-up to the acclaimed Different Gear, Still Speeding.
Pioneering DJ Laurent Garnier is one of the leading lights in French dance music. A multi-faceted artist whose impact on the music scene is far-reaching, the turntable connoisseur's incredible sets use Techno from Detroit and beyond, with hints of jazz, disco, house, African grooves, and jungle and dubstep basslines.
On the strength of just two EPs, His Young Heart and The Wild Youth, Daughter have amassed themselves a dedicated following. The London-based trio of Elena Tonra, Igor Haefeli and Remi Aguilella release their debut album If You Leave in March.
Camden's Tribes were christened "the future of rock'n'roll" by The Mystery Jets, a sentiment chimed by everyone from NME to Radio 1´s Huw Stephens and Zane Lowe, the latter of whom named their debut single Sappho Hottest Record In The World. Their second album Wish To Scream is set to be released in May.
MAIN STAGE HEADLINERS:
Mumford & Sons
FEATURED ARTISTS OVER THE WEEKEND:
Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann (b2b)
British Sea Power
Chase and Status
Derrick Carter & Mark Farina (b2b)
Noah and the Whale
Ocean Colour Scene
Of Monsters and Men
The Original Rudeboys
Two Door Cinema Club
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
with many more to be announced.