T in the Park Festival Tickets are on sale now, Scotland Oldest Biggest and Best Festival returns to Balado, in Perth and Kinross on the weekend of 10th July to 12 July 2009.
Headliners include Kings of Leon Killers and Snow Patrol. Other big acts playing include Franz Ferdiand, reformed blur, keane and The Streets. Lily Allen who tops the UK Album and Singles chart will also be performing.
The T in the Park Festival always sells out readdy quickly and this year is expected to be no different, T in the Park Camping Tickets will be gold dust, so if you want to go we recommend you buy tickets as soon as possible
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The full t in the park line up 2009 so far includes
Kings of Leon, The Killers, Blur, Snow Patrol, Razorlight, Elbow, Keane, Franz Ferdinand, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Specials, Bloc Party, James, Paolo Nutini, The Script, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lily Allen, Manic Street Preachers, The Ting Tings, Katy Perry, Maximo Park, Pendulum, Seasick Steve, James Morrison, Peter Doherty, White Lies, Jason Mraz, Squeeze, Mogwai, The Streets, The Mars Volta, Foals, Bjorn Again, Felix Da Housecat, Dave Clarke, Florence and the Machine, Airborne Toxic Event, Slam, Ladyhawke, Gaslight Anthem, Beardyman, Simian Mobile Disco (Live), Claude Von Stroke, Silicone Soul, Hockey + MANY MORE TO BE ANNOUNCED
A great live act – Keane are heading to this year‘s festival, bringing with them the dancier sound of latest release ‘Perfect Symmetry’. Cue a heroes welcome in July when Franz Ferdinand strut out for their 3rd appearance at T in the Park this summer after a legendary Main Stage sing-along to ‘Take Me Out’ in 2004.
A real T in the Park treat, highly influential ska act The Specials stop in at Balado as part of their celebratory 30th year reunion tour to delight T in the Parkers with classic hits such as ‘Ghost Town’ and ‘Concrete Jungle’ whilst art rockers Bloc Party are a further fantastic addition to the T in the Park 2009 line up.
We’ll be trying to sneak off duty when epics such as ‘Laid’ and ‘Sit Down’ fill the air as Manchester favourites James take the stage. Fresh off the back of 2008’s surprise T Break Stage performance under the moniker Snake Derrick and the Vipers Paolo Nutini returns to showcase material from his highly anticipated second album. For a bit of soulful, emotional storytelling then catch the return of Irish trio The Script who, after their T in the Park debut last year on the Futures Stage topped the album charts with their eponymous debut.
Still topping the charts, Lily Allen is also set to return to T in the Park this summer. This is her 3rd visit to the event and her debut in 2006 still holds very special memories, as it was on stage in the King Tut’s Tent that she found out that she had her first number one hit with ‘Smile’. Anthems lie ahead with the addition of the Manic Street Preachers. The Ting Tings ‘08 King Tut’s Tent performance was so memorable for front woman Katie White that she holds the T in the Park audience up as being the loudest in the world!
Idiosyncratic indie-outfit, Maximo Park head to T to ‘Apply Some Pressure’ and anyone who caught last year’s Edinburgh date as part of The Edge festival will tell you that the live results are always spectacular. Who knows if we’ll get a repeat performance of last year’s romantic interlude, when Seasick Steve makes his way back to T? The Brit nominated bluesman invited two lucky ladies on stage and treated them to a serenade they’ll never forget as part of his early evening 2008 set!
And, from the soulful and bluesy vocal of James Morrison to the easy going, sunny song writing of Jason Mraz via a whole different flavour of musical delight in Squeeze, T in the Park 2009 is shaping up to be the most eclectic to date.
Posted by: martinwarn on Thursday, February 26, 2009 - 02:37 AM