More T IN THE PARK tickets have gone on sale – but sold out in minutes.
The festival organisers announced they were to put an extra four thousand tickets on sale from 9am this morning (June 14), even though it had previously been announced that the festival had sold out. That batch went in 15 minutes.
Geoff Ellis, CEO of organisers DF Concerts, said: “We were delighted when T in the Park sold out so early this year – it is testament to how far the festival has come since 1994 and shows once again that T in the Park is one of the best and most popular music festivals in the world.
This year’s line up includes headliners David Bowie and The Strokes, Libertines, The Darkness, Kings Of Leon, Pink, Faithless, Black Eyed Peas, N.E.R.D, Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, [a][/a], Scissor Sisters, Muse and Wu-Tang Clan.
Festival organisers are advising fans who do not have tickets not to turn up to this year’s T In The Park, as none will be available.
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