May 12, 2000 9:00


The veteran Scots popster joins one of the most eclectic festival line-ups of the summer...

Lulu is the latest performer to be added to the increasingly eclectic bill of this year's T In The Park festival, at BALADO, near KINROSS, on July 8 and 9.

She will appear on the Main Stage on the Sunday afternoon, joining Idlewild, Iggy Pop, Macy Gray, Supergrass and headliners Travis.

The Clint Boon Experience have also just been confirmed as opening act for the Main Stage on Sunday.

A spokesperson for T In The Park revealed that Lulu's set will include 'Shout', but not her other biggest hit, 'Boom Bang-A-Bang'.

Saturday's Main Stage line-up so far is - Feeder, All Saints, The Bluetones, Gomez, Fun Lovin' Criminals and Ocean Colour Scene.

Festival organiser Geoff Ellis added: "We are absolutely delighted that Lulu has confirmed. This will be her only festival appearance and she will undoubtedly go down a storm. The line-up is looking sensational."

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