Julian Casablancas, Babyshambles, Laura Marling to play T In The Park

Mystery Jets, Echo And The Bunnymen also added to line-up

Julian Casablancas, Babyshambles, Laura Marling to play T In The Park
Julian Casablancas, Babyshambles, Laura Marling and Mystery Jets have been added to the T In The Park line-up.

Echo And The Bunnymen, The Drums, Ash, Airbourne, Chapel Club, Example, General Fiasco, Hurts and Tricky have joined the bill for the event.

The sold out event takes place on July 9-11 in Balado near Kinross.

Julian Casablancas, Echo And The Bunnymen and Ash are being billed as "guests of honour" for the festival, and will play on the Red Bull Bedroom Jam Futures Stage. See Tinthepark.com for more information.

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

30 Seconds To Mars
Black Eyed Peas
Biffy Clyro
Black Mountain
Broken Social Scene
Calvin Harris
Carl Cox
David Guetta
Dirty Projectors
Dizzee Rascal
Ellie Goulding
Echo And The Bunnymen
Julian Casablancas
Ash
Airbourne
Babyshambles
Chapel Club
Example
General Fiasco
Hurts
Laura Marling
Mystery Jets
The Drums
Tricky
Empire of the Sun
Erol Alkan
Faithless
Fake Blood
Florence And The Machine
Four Tet
Goldfrapp
Gossip
Hot Chip
Mumford And Sons
Jay-Z
John Mayer
Kasabian
La Roux
Madness
Jamie T
Paloma Faith
Frank Turner
Delphic
Kassidy
Crookers
The Sunshine Underground
The Middle East
Mayer Hawthorne and The County
Newton Faulkner
Paolo Nutini
Plastikman
Rise Against
Skunk Anansie
Slam
Stereophonics
The Cribs
The Coral
The Courteeners
The Proclaimers
The Prodigy
The Stranglers
The Temper Trap
The View
Two Door Cinema Club
Vampire Weekend
Wolfmother


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