Ashley Hamilton Tedious LA-style lady-bating from son of actOr George

I Skin

Ex-Skunk AnanSie frontwoman makes a navelgazy. if SOLilful return

I Biffy Clyro

Unpredictany great power pop prog thrash

I The Proclaimers

Leith's dynamic duo get the party fired up

I The Cardigans

More perfectly chiselled pop from Nina Persson and friends I Idlewild

Considered growls and lTlBJBSllC pearls of pop from Scotland's smartest rockers I The White Stripes

Meg and Jack do the candy- striped punk cha cha. Genius. I REM

A greatest hits set of undoubted crowd pleasers


I The Warlocks

The Californian bastard sons and daughters of Spacemen 3 and JAMC

I Snow Patrol

ReVitalised indie striders make a welcome return after their detour as the heart of Reindeer Section

I Turbonegro

The ScandianVian. Alsatian- Wielding, metal village people I Kings of Leon

Like if the Stereophonics knew how to do dusty 70$ rock With humour and guile I Saw Doctors

Chirpy as ever. the unfathomany popular fellas do their Celtic pop turn

I John Squire

Ex-Stone Roses axe man wrth his workmanlike rock

I Super Furry Animals The Welsh masters of abSurd electroprogpop brilliance

I The Polyphonic Spree More beautifully surreal pop soundscapes from the robed Texan 25

I The Music

Fresh from conquering the US. these pSychedelic scallies enter wrth their live ng outs


I The Futureheads Sunderland's newest erised punk rock shocks

I The Basement

Even more kindred spirits of the Coral with some exceptional vocal stylings

I Speedway

Rockin' boy/girl duo whose debut is a questionable COver of Xtina's ‘Genie in a Bottle' I The Jeevas

Kula Crispian ploughs his spacey retro rock furrow

I Mint Royale

Eclectic Manc electrOists who have collaborated with Jez from Doves. Pos from De La SOul and Lauren Laverne

I Tricky

The Original hip hop maverick

By car From Edinburgh and the south, follow M90 and exit at Junction 6 (Kinross). Follow signs for the T in the Park car park.

From Glasgow and the Central Belt. travel over the Kincardine Bridge. take the A977. then A91 to Kinross. Follow signs for the T in the Park car park.

From the north. Perth and Dundee. take M90. exit Junction 7 (Kinross). Follow signs for the T in the Park car park.

If you're coming by car. please remember that the environment in the Kinross area and reduction of traffic congestion is a big issue for T in the Park. It would be great if everybody could Iiftshare and have a full car.

Car parklng Two or fewer people travelling in same car 28.

The Polyphonic Spree

stuns and soothes

I Flint

Keith's IWIsted stomp rock act are very much alive

I The Datsuns

The Antipodean RAWK squad are in town. Beware!

I The Flaming Lips Nursery rhymes. computer game bleeps. ELO and the Who all in one


I Mash (Jengaheads) 12- 12.30pm

Big beat. breaks and more from the Glasgow maestro

Three or more people travelling in same car 26. By bus A frequent shuttle bus service will be operating from Aberdeen. Inverness. Dundee. Pitlochry. Aviemore. Glasgow. Edinburgh and Perth. For further info contact Citylink on 08705 501501.

4 i) I Brett Johnson 12.30- 2pm

House with a techno edge

I Deep Dish 2-4pm Seriously subterranean house I 20:20 Sound System (live) 4-5pm

Ralph ‘Back to BaSics' Lawson goes live

I l-l-Foundation 5-6.45pm Deep. expansive house from Halo and Hipp-e

I Laurent Garnier 6.45- 8.45pm

Meaty techno beats

I Vitalic (live) 8.45- 9.30pm

Epic mix of electro and techno I Dave Clarke 9.30-11pm Terror-filled techno-electro


I The Rain Band

PreCious and precarious indie I The Zutons

Dark retro blues spooks

I The Stands

All yOu need is LOW) and the Byrds for muSical inspiration. I Mar Mar Superstar Pouting electropervert

I Cosmic Rough Riders Feelgood. if shambhng. Neil Youngian surVivors

I Danko Jones

Unhinged. blues rock bluster I Athlete

Billy Bragg meets Travis on a Talking Heads b-Side in the

By train

The Forth Rail Bridge is closed on Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 July. Those with camping tickets arriving on Friday 1 1 and leaving on Monday 14 will be unaffected. We recommend getting off at Edinburgh or Glasgow if travelling from the Sputh. and making alternative arrangements for your onward iburney by any of the above methods. If planning to travel by train on an alternative route. the best train station to get off at is Kirkcaldy. Dundee or Perth and continuing your onward j0urney by any of the above methods.

The Datsuns

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I The Mars Volta Dexastatinu iiiog trenx‘rrx

I The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster

Doom nmngierhg ret‘kerr;


I Sound Development Agency

The (llll‘, funk roitk e~.i:i".alent of the Beta Band,

I The Silver Pill [Zdinhurgh's acerhit‘ rocket powered quintet

I The Gems

Tasty. punkygaiagw, NYC sorta thing is the flava here I Michael Rattray Melodic pop reminiscent of Ray Davies

I Katy Bar the Door Much transformed Dundonian indie troop

I Small Enclosed Area Firedup Elgin rock quintet


I Basil Issac live percusSion all day

I Push & Pull noon-2pm Mark Heavenor and Graham Wilson's eclectic sounds

I Kinky Afro with Ayawara 2-4pm

House blends seamlessly ‘Nlll'l live African drumming

I Subculture with Samba ya Bamba 4-7pm

The slinky Subbie house cats meet Latin drum maniacs

I Johnny Fiasco 7-9pm Chicago house Jock playing garage through to cutting edge techy stuff

I Optimo 9-11pm

Inspired mashed-up electroclectica from Wilkes. Tvritch and their pal Roland

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