More big acts line up for this summer's Scottish open air musical extravaganza...

Moby, Iggy Pop, Moloko, FLAMING LIPS, BETH ORTON, THE WANNADIES, BADLY DRAWN BOY, TOPLOADER and MORCHEEBA have all been added to the line-up of this year's T IN THE PARK festival on July 8 & 9, can announce.

Also just added to the bill are My Vitriol, Dum Dums, Crashland, King Adora, Manchild, Blackalicious, Urusei Yatsura and Soulwax.

New dance acts include Roger Sanchez and Jnr Sanchez on a bill which already boasts Travis, Macy Gray, Supergrass, Ocean Colour Scene, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Gomez, The Bluetones, All Saints, Doves, Feeder, Macy Gray, Idlewild, Les Rythmes Digitales, A, Coldplay, Death In Vegas and James Lavelle.

T In The Park, held at Balado, near Kinross, will announce more acts and details of further attractions over the coming weeks.

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