The 20th anniversary edition will be offering a huge variety of music for 85,000 music fans across seven main stages with large camping areas, as well as other attractions, including a large funfair, comedy tent, silent disco, stalls, and food markets.
The twentieth T in the Park will be back at Balado in 2013 on Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July.
Latest additions Harri & Domenic, Auntie Flo, Marquis Hawkes, Ben Martin, Mia Dora, Vitamins, Anderson McGinty Webster Ward and Fisher, Hacktivist, Sienna, MMX, Moya, and Dolomite Minor.
Headliners Mumford & Sons, Rihanna and The Killers, plus The Script, Stereophonics, Beady Eye, Kraftwerk, alt-J, Foals, The Lumineers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Phoenix, My Bloody Valentine, Two Door Cinema Club, The Courteeners, Frightened Rabbit, Jake Bugg, Of Monsters and Men, Twin Atlantic, Editors, Hurts, Travis, Frank Turner, The View, Noah and the Whale, Ocean Colour Scene, Haim, Imagine Dragons, The Fratellis, Johnny Marr, James Skelly & the Intenders, Villagers, Local Natives, Chvrches, Tribes, FIDLAR, Palma Violets, Kodaline, The 1975, Peace,The Strypes, British Sea Power, The Heavy, Deap Vally, Swim Deep, Trash Talk, Brooke Candy, The Virginmarys and Josephine, plus many more still to be announced.
For the line-up details, stage and day splits, as available please click here.
A batch of 'early bird' tikets at a cheaper price have now sold out. Tickets for T in the Park 2013 will be priced as follows:
A full weekend camping ticket (Fri-Sun arena access) £194
A full weekend with Thursday camping (Thurs - Sun) £205
A weekend (Fri-Sun) with no camping £184
A Sunday day ticket £82.50 Saturday day tickets have SOLD OUT
Friday only £75
No under 5s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult 21+ with a full priced ticket.
To buy tickets now, click here.
New this year is the Arcadia Afterburner a fire-breathing extravaganza & the place to party late in Sunset Strip.
Citizen T is back and this year with the support of Mr T. Following on from the last three year's success the Citizen T manifesto encourages positive community behaviour at T in the Park. It simply involves festival goers looking after each other and their fellow campers, binning their litter, taking the tent home, enjoying the festival whilst remembering to stay safe.
The Lucozade YES Arena is back for 2013 and this year will be transformed into a roller disco during the day, and at night hosts a silent disco, with 800 sets of headphones, 2 DJ’s and one battle.
The campsite opens on Thursday 11th July which means you can take advantage of an extra day of festival fun with a Thursday camping ticket, which includes entertainment including the campsite cinema screen showcasing retro and modern classics from the silver and small screen from 5pm till late, and the fairground.
Each campervan ticket allows access to a pitch area of 7m x 7m. If more space is required another ticket for a second pitch must be purchased, campervan tickets must be bought in advance. The number of passengers must not exceed the campervan sleeping capacity.
There are expected to once again be coaches running to the festival from direct routes from locations across Scotland.
For detailed information about various aspects of the festival see the T in the Park Information (includes detailed info on camping, travel, children, food & drink, and more).
The theme for Friday's fancy dress has been revealed as 'Heroes & Villains'. The best costumes have the chance of winning Fancy Dress Friday 2013 and also bagging the first set of tickets for T in the Park 2014.
More information will be here when available.
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