Welsh rockers head for T In The Park

Another big name added

Welsh rockers head for T In The Park
Feeder have joined the bill for this year’s sold-out T In The Park festival.

The Welsh rockers will play on the Sunday of the bash, which takes place over the weekend of July 8-9 at Balado, near Kinross.

As previously revealed, this year’s headliners are Red Hot Chili Peppers and The Who.

The full list of confirmed bands is as follows:

Red Hot Chili Peppers
Kaiser Chiefs
Paul Weller
Franz Ferdinand
Sigur Ros
Manu Chao
The Charlatans
The Ordinary Boys
Pharrell Williams
El Presidente
Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
The Kooks
The Feeling
The Orb
Laurent Garnier
My Robot Friend
Damian Lazarus

SUNDAY (July 9)
The Who
The Strokes
Arctic Monkeys
Richard Ashcroft
Primal Scream
The Magic Numbers
The Proclaimers
The Go! Team
Felix da Housecat
Rob Da Bank

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