April 25, 2006 9:00

More names join T In The Park bill

First names for Futures Stage announced

More names join T In The Park bill
Kula Shaker and Hope Of The States have been added to the bill for this year’s T In The Park festival.

The bands will play the King Tut’s Tent on the Saturday (July 8) of the sold-out, two-day bash at Balado, near Kinross.

The first acts have also been announced for the Futures Stage, and include The Fratellis, iForward Russia! and The Automatic.

The full line-up to date across all stages is:

SATURDAY JULY 8

Main Stage
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Franz Ferdinand
Kaiser Chiefs
Placebo
Maximo Park
Manu Chao
El Presidente

Radio1/NME Stage
Paul Weller
Goldfrapp
Pharrell Williams
The Kooks
The Feeling
Wolfmother

King Tut’s Tent
The Charlatans
The Ordinary Boys
Damian Marley
Greg Dulli
Kula Shaker
Hope Of The States

Pet Sounds Arena
Sigur Ros
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
Corrinne Bailey Rae

Futures Stage
Bedouin Soundclash
iForward Russia!
Pretty Girls Make Graves
Giant Drag
Tiny Dancers
Morning After Girls
Mumm-Ra
Karma 45

Slam Tent
The Orb
Laurent Garnier
My Robot Friend
Damian Lazarus


SUNDAY JULY 9

Main Stage
The Who
The Strokes
Arctic Monkeys
Hard-Fi
The Magic Numbers
The Proclaimers
The Subways

Radio1/NME Stage
Richard Ashcroft
Editors
Feeder
Dirty Pretty Things
We Are Scientists
Delays

King Tut’s Tent
Primal Scream
The Go! Team
The Futureheads

Pet Sounds Arena
Deathcab For Cutie
Jose Gonzales
Eels
Animal Collective
Regina Spektor

Futures Stage
The Fratellis
The Automatic
Milburn
Phoenix
Macabees
Fear Of Music
Bleeker Street


Slam Tent
Felix Da Housecat
Slam
Rob Da Bank

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