Main Stage

I Goldie Lookin’ Chain Comical Welsh hip hip collective with a penchant for tracksurts and heavy intoxication.

I Scissor Sisters A little bit of Bee Gees falsetto. Elton John pianos and disco stomp. finished off with oodles of camp. I Franz Ferdinand Expect nothing less than Out and out mania for these hugely Successful Scottish guitar heroes.

I The Thrills Dreamy Irish act out to punt a newly written bunch of their west coast harmony- ridden guitar pop.

I PJ Harvey An icon of British rock who has recently returned to her more obscure. bluesy roots.

I Kings of Leon Newly clean shaven garage rock act who are whispered to have some new tracks up their sleeves.

I The Pixies The reformed indie legends' hugely anticipated live set is certain to be one of the highlights of the festival. I The Strokes The immaCulately attired godfathers of garage rock return to remind us why they're the coolest NYC act around.

Hill Stage

I The Cribs Gritty garage rock With addictive melodies.

I Razorlight Frontman Johnny Borrell thinks he's the songwriter of his generation and he may well be right.

I Stellastarr‘ Indie anthems galore from this brooding US four-piece. I The Killers Morrissey-loving foursome from Las Vegas led by the inimitable Brandon Flowers.

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I The Rapture Hip punk funk from NYC.

I Goldtrapp Hugely popular chill Out act who have recently turned electro sleaze-mongers. I Badly Drawn Boy Magical guitar anthems from the most perpetual hat wearer in pop.

I N*E"R"D* Pharrell Williams and co strut their funky hip hop stuff.

I Massive Attack Bristol's original and best. one of the most influential acts of the last decade bring their doomy, dreamy electro hop back.

Slam Tent

I Sidewinder Noon-1.00 Chilled funk and jazzy cuts from the Fenetik man.

I Salon Boris (live) 1.00-1.15 Arty. Glaswegian electronics. I DJ Yoda 1.15-2.30 Time for a lesson in how to cut and paste wrth a humorous hip hop edge. I Funk D Void (live) 2.30-3.15 A Soma favourite. feelgood techno grooves and stompers. I Adam Freeland 3.15-4.45 Expansive big beats. As happy spinning BRMC as LFO. I Groove Armada (live) 4.45-5.45 Easily slipping from chilled grooves to raw hip hop. this is the real live expenence.

I Josh Wink 5.45-7.00 Acid monsters and squealing 303s as we reach for a 'Higher State of Consciousness.

I Slam (live) 7.00—8.00 The kings of T. they need no introduction this is their home turf.

I Jeff Mills 8.00-9.30 Hard. fast techno from the man many believe to be the

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I Chemical Brothers (live) 9.30-1 1 .00 They've closed the main stage in the past. now they turn it up a notch and rock the Slam tent.

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I Terra Diablo Rising Scottish rock tykes.

I Jerry Fish Smooth. beswted crooner and his ja22y lounge core.

I The Complete Stone Roses Insanely popular tribute band.

I Tim Booth Ex-James frontman set to perform all of his old band's classics. I Amy Winehouse One of the only nu jazz upstarts who writes her own songs. Puts Cullum. Stone and co to shame. I Mull Historical Society Heartfelt indie trio from Glasgow.

I Electric Six Comedy Detroit rockers fronted by the loopy Dick Valentine. I Orbital Techno legends play their final ever live show.

I Snow Patrol Anthernic indie rock from Scotland's adopted sons.

X Tent

I Colour of Fire Muse- alike big rock shapes from this new Yorkshire quartet. I Polly Paulusma Morrissey's a fan of this delicate. acoustic ballad- t0uting singer/songwriter. I The Golden Virgins Sleazy art rockers with attitude.

I Nine Black Alps Punky guitars and catchy melodies from this rising Manchester act.

I The Open Huge choruses and heartfelt melodies from this revered UK guitar act.

I The Dead 60’s Liverpool four-piece who combine quirky choruses with reggae grooves and two tone tendencies.

I Thirteen Senses Up and coming indie angst merchants of note.

I 22-20’s Yet more US garage rockers but well known for their rip-roaring live performances.

I Buck 65 Leftfield hip hop artist with a knack for writing Cutting social commentaries.

I Sons & Daughters Hotly tipped Glaswegian four-piece who deal in dark, punky country.

I Hope of the States Epic indie rock. oozing emotion and with a social conscience to boot.

I The Stands Melodic Sc0use guitar act often compared to the Coral.

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I Ludovico Foursome who are carrying the flag for charismatic. courageOus rock shocks. I The Star 69 Rock quintet from Coatbridge who have been gathering acclaim from all corners.

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I The Cinematics Confidently brash punkfunk foursome from Dingwall.

I Allergo Hardcore Perthshire punk-metal grindcore genre-defiers. I Certain Death They say 'Boyband from hell'. We say: Motbrhead- esque noise and Beastie Boys sensibilities.

I Cinephile Dramatic and ambitious beats- driven soundscapes and atmospherica.

I James Orr Complex Beautiful melancholic acoustic songs from this local troubadOur.

I Red Bee Society Poetic lyrics and swinging pop choruses make for a hotly-tipped act.

I We Rock Like Girls Don’t Spiky female- fronted rock who. as Shriek. played ten Ts ago. I FB Collective Two turntables and f0ur microphones add up to one of Scotland's most highly rated hip hop acts. I Eastern Lane Notable indie rock outfit signed to Rough Trade who had a Single of the Week in NME this year.

I Hiding Place Polished rock shapes from this hard t0uring outfit with a metallic edge. I Poor Old Ben From the ever reliable Electric Honey/Stow College comes these Isle of Lewis guitar popsters.

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I ShaeD 8. Andy Unger Noon-3.00 The Soulsa resident blends house. funk and Latino.

I Harri & Domenic 3.00-6.00The Sub heroes return for a second day.

I Gareth Somerville 6.00-8.00 Ultragroove's mainstay with a tribal selection.

I Gregory 8.00-1 1.00 A French master taking things in an Afro direction. I Compiled by Mark Robertson, Cami/la Pia. Henry Northmore and Stuart MCHUQ/i.


By Car From Edinburgh and the south, follow the M90 and exit at junction 6 (Kinross). Follow the signs for T in the Park. From Glasgow and the Central Belt, travel over the Kincardine Bridge. take the A977. then the A91 to Kinross. Follow the signs for T in the Park. If you do have to drive. try to lift share. Admission to the car parks will only be allowed on Friday upon presentation of a weekend or camping ticket for each person in the vehicle. Car Parking is $28 for two or fewer people in the car, 536 if y0u have three or more. By bus Shuttle buses are provided from the points below. For info on other departure points visit www.citylinkcouk for details or call 08705 501 501 , 8am—9pm. GLASGOW Buchanan Station Single/Day Return: 2141 Open Return: 217. Friday Out: Every 10 mins from 10am—9pm. Saturday Out: Every 10 mins from 8.20am— 4.30pm, then every 30mins until 6pm. Return: 6pm, 7pm. 8pm then every 30 mins till 10pm, then every 5 mins till midnight.

Sunday Out: Every 10 mins from 9am—4.30pm. then every 30 mins until 6pm. Return: 6pm. 7pm. 8pm then every 30 mins till 10pm, then every 5 mins till midnight. Monday Return: Every 15 mins from 6am—8am, then every 10 mins till 1pm. EDINBURGH

Bus Station Single/ Day Return: £10.50 Open Return: £12.50. Friday Out: Every 10mins from 10am—9pm. Saturday Out: Every 10 mins from 8.308m— 3.30pm, then every 30 mins till 6pm. Return: 6pm. 7pm. 8pm then every 30 mins till 10pm, then every 5 mins till midnight. Sunday Out: Every 10 mins from 9am—3.30pm. then every 30 mins till 6pm. Return: 6pm, 7pm. 8pm then every 30 mins till 10pm. then every 5 mins till midnight. Monday Return: Every 15 mins from 6am—8am. then every 10mins till 1pm.

By train There is no train station at Kinross. Easiest way to get to T from a train station, is to travel to Glasgow. Edinburgh or Perth train stations and then jump on a T in the Park shuttle bus.

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