T In The Park camping tickets sell out

Friendly Fires, Of Montreal added to lineup

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T In The Park organisers announced today (February 27) that all of the tents for the 2009 festival have sold out. Fans have already purchased all of the weekend camping tickets that went on sale this morning.

In light of the scarcity of tickets, organisers issued a statement urging fans to refrain from "turning to unofficial sources to buy for 2009" and promised to keep T In The Parkers informed with updates at Tinthepark.com.

Meanwhile, Friendly Fires, Of Montreal, The Game and Jeff Mills have been added to the lineup for the festival, which takes place July 10-12 near Kinross. Headliners include The Killers, Kings Of Leon, Blur, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lily Allen and Snow Patrol.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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