May 11, 2009 11:39

Maccabees, Camera Obscura join T In The Park line-up

Indie favourites latest for Scottish festival bill

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The Maccabees lead the latest round of announcements for this year's T In The Park line-up.

The art-pop favourites play in the King Tuts Wah Wah Stage on the Friday night (July 10) of the bash, in support of new album 'Wall Of Arms'.

Meanwhile breakthrough Glasgow romantics Camera Obscura will play the Futures Stage on the same day.

The new additions are completed by Mumford and Sons, Funk D'Void, Joris Voorn and Ben Sims.

T In The Park takes place at Balado, near Kinross from July 10-12, headlined by Kings Of Leon, The Killers and Blur.

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

2 Many DJs
The Airborne Toxic Event
Beardyman
Ben Sims
Bjorn Again
Bloc Party
Blur
Boys Noize
Camera Obscura
Claude Vonstroke
Dave Clarke
Eagles Of Death Metal
Elbow
Felix Da Housecat
Florence And The Machine
Foals
Franz Ferdinand
Friendly Fires
Funk D'Void
The Game
Gary Go
The Gaslight Anthem
Glasvegas
Go:Audio
Green Velvet
Hockey
James
James Morrison
Jane's Addiction
Jason Mraz
Jeff Mills
Joris Voorn
Katy Perry
Keane
The Killers
Kings Of Leon
Lady Gaga
Ladyhawke
Laurent Garnier
Lily Allen
M83
The Maccabees
Manic Street Preachers
The Mars Volta
Maximo Park
Mogwai
Mr Scruff
Mumford And Songs
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
Nine Inch Hails
Of Montreal
Paolo Nutini
Passion Pit
Pendulum
Pet Shop Boys
Peter Doherty
Razorlight
Paolo Nutini
The Saturdays
The Script
Seasick Steve
Simian Mobile Disco (live)
Silicone Soul
Slam
Snow Patrol
The Specials
Squeeze
The Streets
The Ting Tings
TV On The Radio
The View
White Lies
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
You Me At Six


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

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