Beyonce to play T In The Park and Oxegen festivals

Singer to play Scottish and Irish events

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Beyonce has been added to this year's T In The Park and Oxegen festival line-ups.

The singer, who is already set to headline Glastonbury on June 26, will be appearing on the Main Stage at the Scottish event at Balado on July 9 and at the Irish bash a day later.

She joins Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay and Foo Fighters on the T In The Park and Oxegen bills. The festivals will be held over the weekend of July 8–10.



To check the availability of T In The Park and Oxegen tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

See Tinthepark.com and Oxegen.ie for more information and to see the full line-ups.

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