Biffy Clyro, Calvin Harris, Pharrell For T In The Park

More names confirmed...
Biffy Clyro

T In The Park is huge, massive, colossal.

The Balado site is so big, in fact, that across the weekend T In The Park swells to become Scotland's seventh biggest conurbation. Returning for a fresh instalment this summer, organisers have confirmed a host of new names.

Biffy Clyro and Calvin Harris are set to close the festival, representing the two acts' largest shows on home soil.

Elsewhere, Pharrell is set to grace Balado with an appearance following his show-stopping finale at last week's BRIT Awards.

Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil said: "It’s so great to be playing this year. We’ve seen so many amazing bands at T in the Park over the years. Genuinely T in the Park has shaped our lives in more ways than just our experiences of performing there. We wouldn’t be here, doing this now, if it wasn’t for playing T in the Park. To headline it finally is amazing – it just feels poetic to be headlining on our 10th time. It’s going to be the night of our lives, hopefully it’ll be the night of your life and we can’t wait."

Calvin Harris added: "I’m very excited that I’m going to be headlining and closing T in the Park’s Main Stage. Last year was incredible, so I can’t wait to be back this year. It’s going to be amazing – I’ll see you all there!"

Tickets are on sale now.

T In The Park runs between July 11th - 13th. Line up:

FRIDAY 11TH JULY:
Biffy Clyro, Ed Sheeran, Ellie Goulding, Bastille, Pixies, Steve Angello, Alesso, Haim, You Me At Six, Manic Street Preachers, Chvrches, Maximo Park, The Rifles, Len Faki, Pan-Pot.

SATURDAY 12TH JULY:
Calvin Harris, Paolo Nutini, Pharrell Williams, Elbow, Rudimental, Ben Howard, James, Bombay Bicycle Club, Twin Atlantic, The 1975, John Newman, Embrace, Katy B, Nina Nesbitt, The Stranglers, Dave Clarke, Carl Craig, Metronomy, Clean Bandit, We Are Scientists, Ella Eyre, George Ezra, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Magda.

SUNDAY 13TH JULY:
Arctic Monkeys, Jake Bugg, Disclosure, Example, Imagine Dragons, Tinie Tempah, Franz Ferdinand, Kaiser Chiefs, London Grammar, Tame Impala, Kodaline, Above & Beyond, Sam Smith, Passenger, Sven Vath, Newton Faulkner, Chance The Rapper, Slam, The Twilight Sad, Inspiral Carpets, Julio Bashmore, Levon Vincent, George Fitzgerald and many, many more acts to be announced (line-up subject to change).

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