The 21st 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.
T in the Park will be back at Balado over full three days from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th July 2014.
On Friday headliners Biffy Clyro, top a line-up that will include Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, Imagine Dragons, Pixies, Steve Angello, Alesso, Haim, You Me At Six, Manic Street Preachers, Chvrches, DJ Fresh & Messy MC, Maximo Park, Pretty Lights, Foxes, The Magic Numbers, Royal Blood, The Rifles, Len Faki, Pan-Pot, Drenge, Charli XCX, Josh Record, Jackmaster, Wolf Alice, Factory Floor, Neon Jungle, MNEK, Dan Croll, Lonely the Brave, Hudson Taylor, James Bay, John Wizards, Little Matador, Raleigh Ritchie, Dolomite Minor, Clouds, and Alex Smoke.
On Saturday Calvin Harris will close the main stage with the previously announced Paolo Nutini, joined by Pharrell Williams, Elbow, Rudimental, Ben Howard, James, Bombay Bicycle Club, Twin Atlantic, The 1975, The Charlatans, John Newman, Embrace, Katy B, The Human League, Nina Nesbitt, Soul II Soul, The Stranglers, Joris Voorn, Dave Clarke, Duke Dumont, Robert Hood, Carl Craig, Clean Bandit, We Are Scientists, Ella Eyre, George Ezra, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Kiesza, The LaFontaines, Billy Lockett, Twenty One Pilots, Fatherson, The Amazing Snakeheads, Circa Waves, Skream, Chlöe Howl, Guy Gerber, Magda, Jaguar Skills, and All About She.
Arctic Monkeys are Sunday headliners, climaxing a day of music featuring Jake Bugg, Paul Weller, Disclosure, Bastille, Example, Tinie Tempah, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs, London Grammar, Tame Impala, Kodaline, Above & Beyond, Sam Smith, Passenger, Sven Vath, Metronomy, Newton Faulkner, Chance the Rapper, Slam, Wilkinson, Reverend & The Makers, The Twilight Sad, Earl Sweatshirt, Inspiral Carpets, Julio Bashmore, Jess Glynne, Kerri Chandler, Tale of Us, Levon Vincent, Catfish and the Bottlemen, King Charles, Darlia, George Fitzgerald, Becky Hill, The Minutes, Mark Henning, and Red Hot Chilli Pipers.
Latest additions are The Temperance Movement, Vigo Thieves, The Jezabels, Saint Raymond, Lyger, Neon Waltz, Harri & Domenic, the Midnight Beast, Drums of Death, Mia Dora, Dixon Avenue Basement Jams, and Ben Martin & Wardy of La Cheetah Club
With more acts to be announced.
For the line-up details, day and stage splits, as available click here.
They are priced as follows:
A full weekend with Thursday camping (Thurs - Sun) £205
A full weekend camping ticket (Fri-Sun arena access) £194
A weekend (Fri-Sun) with no camping £184
Day tickets are priced at £82.50 for any day.
Saturday day tickets have sold out.
Prices do not include booking fee.
No under 5s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult 21+ with a full priced ticket.
This year will be more music than ever before, with Friday extending to a full day of performances for the first time ever, and the party continuing right through to 1am on the Saturday night, plus tickets will be available at 2013 prices (with the exception of the Friday day ticket, which is now priced as per Saturday and Sunday).
VIP day tickets and weekend with or without camping are also available.
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 campsite opens on Thursday 10th 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 not yet been announced The best costumes have the chance of winning Fancy Dress Friday 2014 and also bagging the first set of tickets for T in the Park 2015.
More information will be here when available.
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