T In The Park

T in the Park 2012

As a teaser for T in the Park fans anticipating the big reveal of this year’s line up on Thursday 23rd February, festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager gave a small taster of what’s to come by revealing that Florence + the Machine and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have been added to the 2012 line-up. The Vaccines, The Maccabees, Two Door Cinema Club, Frank Turner, Miles Kane, The Horrors and Maverick Sabre are also amongst the first wave of acts to be announced. Festival organisers DF Concerts and founding partner Tennent’s Lager will unveil the two Main Stage headline acts that will join The Stone Roses as well as other top acts on Thursday 23rd February.


Florence + the Machine
Florence + the Machine

The organisers have also secured the appearance of an array of top singer-songwriters. Captivating singer songwriter Miles Kane was part of The Last Shadow Puppets as well as now being a hugely accomplished talent in his own right with his glorious, fuzz-rock, beat-pop earning him legions of fans, including fellow T in the Park performer Noel Gallagher, who sang backing vocals on Kane’s ‘My Fantasy’.  Frank Turner has blossomed from an underground hero to a bona fide mainstream success story, and hits T in the Park following a massive headline gig at Wembley Arena this spring, whilst Maverick Sabre will inject a catchy social-political blend of soul, hip-hop and reggae to the proceedings. 


T in the Park fans will be able to guarantee their place in the 85,000 strong crowd and get their hands on the final batch of tickets, which go on general sale at 9am on Wednesday 29thFebruary from www.ticketmaster.co.uk and by calling 08444 999 990.


Boutique camping options are available in The Residence at T in the Park.  The Residence offers festival-goers a bespoke, luxury experience where all their accommodation needs are taken care of: www.tinthepark.com/residence


More information on all ticket prices/packages at www.tinthepark.com


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