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The War On Drugs, The Cribs, Palma Violets and Wolf Alice have all joined the bill for T In The Park, which will be held in its new home of Strathallan Castle on the weekend of July 10 to 12.
Other new additions include Marina & The Diamonds, Circa Waves, The Strypes, Hannah Wants, The Twilight Sad, Prides, Slaves, Lower Than Atlantis, Kitty, Daisy & Lewis, Lonely The Brave, Indiana, Coasts, Blossoms, The Beaches, Fort Hope, The Riptide Movement, The LaFontaines, Sunset Sons, George The Poet, Walking on Cars, The Coronas, Gavin James, Vaults, Ella Eyre, Benjamin Booker, Young Guns and Black Rivers.
Kasabian, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and The Libertines will head up the event, with sets from The Prodigy, The Vaccines, Avicii, David Guetta, Stereophonics, St Vincent, and Sam Smith also taking place.
Festival organiser Geoff Ellis said: “Every year, artists tell us that our audience is one of the most enthusiastic in the world, and that they love to play T in the Park because of the wonderful welcome they receive. We’d like to thank our incredible audience for making this festival so special, and we can’t wait to welcome you all to our beautiful new home.”
Ellis previously revealed that the festival will have a more “boutique” feel when it moves locations this year, comparing his vision for the event to the Shangri-La area of Glastonbury. “It’ll be a voyage of discovery for those going,” he said.
The T In The Park line-up:
The War on Drugs
The Twilight Sad
Lower Than Atlantis
Kitty, Daisy & Lewis
Lonely The Brave
The Riptide Movement
Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott
Marina & The Diamonds
George The Poet
Walking on Cars
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Above & Beyond
Catfish & the Bottlemen
Years & Years
Read more at http://www.nme.com/news/the-war-on-drugs/83949#7Hsy5eJ5OCrPrhyw.99