Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay, Pulp, Beady Eye for T In The Park

Plus Hurts, The View, MCR and more for Scottish event

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Arctic Monkeys and Coldplay will headline this year's T In The Park festival alongside Foo Fighters.

Beady Eye, Pulp, Hurts, The View and My Chemical Romance are among a host of other acts who have today (February 22) been announced for the event. See below for the line-up so far.

Arctic Monkeys are set to play two big 'homecoming' Sheffield shows in June, but beyond those gigs T In The Park is their only other scheduled UK show of 2011 so far.

The band are currently finishing off their fourth album in Los Angeles with producer James Ford.

All three headliners have topped the bill at the event before - Coldplay in 2003, Foo Fighters in 2005 and Arctic Monkeys in 2007.

The Scottish event takes place in Balado on July 8–10. See Tinthepark.com for more information.

Tickets go on sale at 9am (GMT) on Friday (25). To check the availability of T In The Park tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

The T In The Park line-up so far is:

Foo Fighters
Arctic Monkeys
Coldplay
The View
Pendulum
Tom Jones
Blink-182
The Script
Plan B
Imelda May
Pulp
My Chemical Romance
Weezer
Deadmau5
Beady Eye
Ocean Colour Scene
Tinie Tempah
Cast
Hurts
You Me At Six
Brandon Flowers
Blondie
Jessie J
Eels
The Streets
Vitalic
Jimmy Eat World
The Saturdays
Bloody Beetroots
Chase and Status
Josh Wink
Noah & The Whale
House Of Pain
Bright Eyes
Diplo
Bloody Beetroots Death Crew
Miles Kane
Crystal Castles
Manic Street Preachers
White Lies
The Vaccines
Slam


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