Pete Doherty, Slash, Mona join T In The Park 2011 line-up

Plus The Naked And Famous and Fun Lovin' Criminals are also added to the bill

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Pete Doherty

Pete Doherty, Slash and Mona have been added to the line-up at this year's T In The Park festival.

They are among a host of further additions that join the current bill which includes The Strokes, Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys and Pulp. The Scottish event takes place in Balado on July 8–10.

Also announced are The Naked And Famous, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Jenny and Johnny and Devlin.

Meanwhile, Blink-182 have cancelled their appearance at the festival this summer in order to continue working on their new album.

The line up, for T In The Park, so far, is:

The Strokes
Foo Fighters
Arctic Monkeys
Coldplay
The View
Pendulum
Tom Jones
The Script
Plan B
Imelda May
Pulp
My Chemical Romance
Weezer
Deadmau5
Beady Eye
Ocean Colour Scene
Tinie Tempah
Cast
Hurts
You Me At Six
Brandon Flowers
Blondie
Jessie J
Eels
The Streets
Slash
Pete Doherty
Mona
The Naked And Famous
Fun Lovin' Criminals
Jenny & Johnny
Devlin
Vitalic
Jimmy Eat World
The Saturdays
Bloody Beetroots
Chase and Status
Josh Wink
Noah & The Whale
House Of Pain
Bright Eyes
Diplo
Bloody Beetroots Death Crew
Miles Kane
Crystal Castles
Manic Street Preachers
White Lies
The Vaccines
Slam


To check the availability of T In The Park tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

T In The Park line-up - what do you think?

Read More On This Artist

More News
Dave Grohl on Arctic Monkeys: 'Please don't let them self-destruct'
Noel Gallagher on Russell Brand: 'His revolution might be as short-lived as his acting...
Singer Ty Herndon comes out, making him the first openly gay country chart-topper
The Vaccines say they have something 'coming soon' in cryptic Facebook update
Morrissey leaves Warsaw stage after being heckled by fan – watch
Biffy Clyro promise their Relentless Live gig will be 'spicy'
Iggy Azalea hits back at Eminem rape lyrics: 'Women in music have bigger balls'
AC/DC: 'We are going to go on tour. Nothing is going to stop us'
Marilyn Manson denies involvement in Lana Del Rey 'rape' video
Full length version of Eminem's 'Lose Yourself' demo revealed – listen
Noel Gallagher on Glastonbury rumours: 'I'm available that weekend'
Arcade Fire's Will Butler to release debut solo album in March
The Flaming Lips and Yoko Ono team up to cover 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' – Listen
Squarepusher announces special London show for March 2015
Lykke Li shares acoustic cover of Drake's 'Hold On, We're Going Home' – watch
She and Him release video for 'Stay Awhile' – watch
Jamie T postpones European tour dates following medical advice
Father John Misty shares video trailer for new album – watch
Billy Bragg apologises to Taylor Swift for saying she 'sold her soul to Google'
Kickstarter campaign launched to fund Manic Street Preachers' 'The Holy Bible'...
Kasabian say anti-London backdrop seen in Glasgow show was a production error
Diplo confirms he has worked on new track with Nicki Minaj, Madonna and Sophie

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM