T in the Park 2015 line-up revealed!

The line-up for T in the Park 2015 has been revealed – and it has the makings of being yet another legendary summer festival!

Kasabian, The Libertines and Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will lead the line-up for the three-day festival, which takes place from 10th – 12th July.

This year, the festival will take up residency at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire for the first time since leaving its former home of Balado Airfield in Kinross. The headliners will be joined by Stereophonics, Sam Smith, David Guetta, George Ezra, The Script and international dance icon Avicci.

Festival favourites Twin Atlantic will return to the festival to headline the Radio 1 stage on Saturday, after their triumphant main stage performance at last year’s event. Sam McTrusty said: “Expect a landmark performance from our band to christen the new T site. If you’ve been to any of our previous T in the Park sets, you will know that this festival brings out another side to our band and has always helped push us to the next level. It will be an honour for us, as well as a massive, memorable party. This summer will be the last chance to see us for a whole and we hope that you will be there to be part of the celebrations.”

Festival Director Geoff Ellis said: “This year is going to be a very special one for T in the Park as we make the beautiful grounds of Strathallan Castle our new home, and we’re thrilled that some of the biggest artists in the world will be joining us in this historic first year. 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.”

Tickets for the festival, including day, weekend, bus, VIP and camping options, go on sale at 9am on Friday 27th February from www.tinthepark.com .

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