One of the UK’s biggest festivals- undoubtedly Scotland’s T In The Park makes the mark. Consistently reaching and exceeding itself every year since its inception in 1994, there aren’t better examples of festivals catered to every appetite. Last year was particularly memorable with appearances from Paul Weller, Calvin Harris, Ed Sheeran, Pixies, Pharrell and Arctic Monkeys, T in The Park has had to do a lot to better itself once again.
With a plethora of bill-topping acts such as Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Kasabian, The Prodigy and The Libertines, while the headliners stay true to the festival’s routes, each night has a broad spectrum in musical offerings. Friday looks to offer an array of world-renowned electronic artists, such as Rudimental, Fatboy Slim, Annie Mac, Afrojack, Sigma and Hannah Wants, from hard-hitting EDM, to dirty baselines, every corner of electronic music. Jessie Ware and Sam Smith also bring along some sultry vocal vibes to the party.
Saturday looks set to welcome music of a more rockier/indie and alternate nature, despite a penultimate spot from EDM juggernaut Avicii. With Alt-J, Courteeners, Twin Atlantic, The Vaccines and of course headliners- The Libertines all conform to the rockier of you up in Scotland. Then to finalise the weekend we have a broad example of the best Britain has to offer, with headliners Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, the legendary Prodigy and The Stereophonics all rooted to the top of the program, the support is just as impressive. Paloma Faith, James Bay and Ella Eyre are all ready to belt their pipes, with Kodaline, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Years and Years all bringing their signature collaborative sounds.
T In The Park has done it again. With every taste catered for, it’s hard to see why Scotland’s biggest, and in fact one of the UK’s biggest festivals hasn’t already snagged your attendance. With the festival running from 10th-12th July and tickets setting your back £194 for the weekend + camping, you can buy yours here.