T in the Park have announced the electronic dance music line-up in the Slam Tent at the Scottish festival headlined by Kasabian, The Libertines, and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. T
The festival celebrating it's 22nd year in its new Perthshire home of Strathallan Castle from Friday 10th until Sunday 12th July 2015 will see the tent host Adam Beyer bsb Joseph Capriati, Ame, Ben Klock, Eats Everything, Slam, and Telford on the Friday.
There are more acts to be announced.
The line-up of acts includes Avicii, David Guetta, Above & Beyond and Fatboy Slim, plus The Prodigy, Stereophonics, Jamie T, Sam Smith, Rudimental, Hozier, Duke Dumont, Hot Chip, Annie Mac, The Wombats, Gorgon City, Jessie Ware, Fuse ODG, The Script, Alt-J, George Ezra, Jessie J, Labrinth, Courteeners, The Vaccines, St Vincent, Enter Shikari, Seasick Steve, Mark Ronson (DJ set), Everything Everything, Admiral Fallow, Marmozets, Saint Raymond, Jack Savoretti, Rae Morris, Jungle, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, Idlewild, Jess Glynne, Charli XCX, Paloma Faith, Alabama Shakes, Kodaline, Clean Bandit, Catfish & The Bottlemen, Modest Mouse, Oliver Heldens, Ella Henderson, Peace, James Bay, and Years And Years.
T in the Park 2015 tickets are available in the following ticket types:
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
Prices do not include booking fee.
No under 5s. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult 21+ with a full priced ticket.
Bus packages will also be available to buy and offer the easiest, most efficient way to travel to Strathallan Castle this summer.
T in the Parkers can secure their ticket with the £50 deposit scheme, paying for the ticket in full over 2 payment periods in 2015. Bus packages will also be available to buy on 5th December and offer the easiest, most efficient way to travel to Strathallan Castle next summer.
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