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T in the Park

Listed under Music Festivals in Scotland, United Kingdom.

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In festival terms, T in the Park has been around for yonkers – the first one was held in July 1994.  It started off as a two day festival but gained an extra day as it gained more followers, thus bigger bands and extra stages, thus even larger audiences etc.  Now they also need quite a lot of camping area to fit everyone in.  For 2009 they're expecting 85,000 peeps, who, if they stay for the whole thing, will see more than 120 acts including Blur, Snow Patrol, The Killers, Kings of Leon, Manic Street Preachers, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds and Nine Inch Nails.  

 

Written by  Ame P. Oliver.

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  * Rise early from bed and take a peep outside at the weather.     * Dress accordingly – not woolly jumpers if it’s too warm, and if it does look a little bit like rain at least you won’t be stranded without a… Read more...

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