The Killers will be supported by Franz Ferdinand and Chvrches on July 8th 2018 at Glasgow Green, alongside fellow headliners Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics.
The Killers have been revealed as the third and final headliner for next year’s TRNSMT festival in Glasgow.
The American rock act, returning after a five-year absence with a new album earlier in 2017, will close out Scotland’s largest musical festival on Sunday July 8th, 2018.
TRNSMT’s organisers DF Concerts also confirmed that Scottish art-rock heroes Franz Ferdinand and alt-pop act Chvrches have been added to the bill for the Sunday night. The other headliners for the three-day event are former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and rock veterans Stereophonics.
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Police Scotland are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman at the Perthshire festival, with the incidents being treated separately.
Police are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman on the first day of the annual T In The Park festival in Perthshire, Scotland.
The deceased are believed to be teenagers but over the age of 18, and the deaths are being separately and as unexplained, according to a statement released by Police Scotland on Friday afternoon (July 8th).
Two people have died at T In The Park festival
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The Mancunian group revealed the gigs after a day of social media speculation.
The Stone Roses have ended a day of rampant speculation on social media by announcing that they’ll be playing three huge gigs in the summer of 2016, including a headline spot at the T In The Park festival.
The legendary Manchester four-piece, who reunited for a massive world tour in 2012 following their initial disintegration in the mid ‘90s, have revealed that they’ll be playing two special concerts at the Etihad Stadium in the city on June 17th and 18th next year, followed by a headline set on the Friday night of T In The Park at Strathallan Castle in Scotland on July 8th.
The Stone Roses' lead singer Ian Brown in concert
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A police search was triggered following a prank tweet from a man pretending he was trapped inside a tent bag.
A music fan attending Scotland’s T In The Park festival over the weekend temporarily sent Twitter into a frenzy after posting that he was trapped in a tent bag and couldn’t get out, with his phone rapidly running out of battery. Which turned out to be a prank, following a police search.
On Monday morning (July 13th), just as the annual three-day music festival was winding down, a man with the Twitter handle @ScottJohnston8 appeared to send an urgent SOS message. “Hi im somewhere in green 7 someone has packed me into a tent bag for a joke and I can’t get out I don’t have much battery left,” he wrote.
A festival-goer at T In The Park 2015 triggered a police search following a prank tweet
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Contractors uncovered an ancient roundhouse, believed to be several thousand years old, on Friday (May 29th) while preparing the site for the festival.
The recent archaeological discovery at the new site of the T In The Park festival will not prevent the weekend-long event from going ahead, experts have confirmed.
Contractors preparing the site near Strathallan Castle came across what archaeological experts believe to be a 3,000 year old roundhouse, and works were immediately put on hold while the structure was examined.
The festival’s organisers, DF Concerts, had feared that the discovery would force them to delay or perhaps cancel this year’s festival, due to be held in July. Archaeological discoveries frequently hold back construction projects all over the world.
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Endangered birds and local opposition had threatened to derail the move to the new site at Strathallan Castle, but the local council gave the organisers the nod on Tuesday.
Following an uncertain few weeks, T In The Park has been given the go-ahead for its new site at Strathallan Castle.
The BBC reported that a 90 minute meeting of the Perth and Kinross Council on Tuesday resulted in unanimous support for the application submitted by DF Concerts, which lasts for three years and is subject to a handful of conditions.
Calvin Harris is one of the big names at this year's T In The Park
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Ospreys are reported to have built a nest within the noise disturbance 'buffer zone' that the law is required to enforce, leaving T In The Park hanging in the balance.
The annual T In The Park festival in Scotland is under threat of cancellation if the local council for its proposed new site at Strathallan Castle in Perthshire fails to approve its application.
Opposition to the move from environmental protestors has been gathering momentum following a recent report that nesting ospreys had arrived within a proposed 2,500 feet ‘buffer zone’ designed by law to protect such species.
Kasabian are set to headline T In The Park - but will it even go ahead?
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T's new Perthshire home will welcome a group of amazing acts.
Amazing acts have been announced to perform at this year's T In The Park including Kasabian, Avicii and Fatboy Slim. Despite notorious festivals to match up to, it is looking very likely that this year that T in the Park will blow people away.
T in the Park has moved to it new home in the grounds of Strathallan Castle. Organisers DF Concerts and Tennent's Lager are ecstatic about the festival's first year here, playing host to 85,000 fans this summer. Festival Director Geoff Ellis said: 'This year is going to be a very special one for T in the Park as we make the beautiful grounds of Strathallan Castle our new home, and we're thrilled that some of the biggest artists in the world will be joining us in this historic first year.'
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The Libertines are heading back to Scotland this summer.
The Libertines have been announced as headliners for this year's T In The Park music festival in Perthshire. The reunited indie rockers are the first act to be confirmed for the festival, which takes place between 10 and 12 July.
Pete Doherty and Carl Barat will return at the T in the Park festival in the summer
The group formed by Pete Doherty and Carl Barat In 1997 reunited last summer with two sold out shows at Glasgow's Barrowlands before playing to 60,000 in Hyde Park, London.
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Rihanna has won a court battle against high-street fashion store Topshop. The case has been on-going for a year and was filed due to Topshop using an image of the singer on a t-shirt without her permission. This image, Rihanna's representatives argued, encouraged consumers to purchase the product believing it had been endorsed by the singer.
Rihanna has won a court battle against Topshop. The high-street fashion store sold t-shirts with Rhianna's image, the singer filed a suit accusing the shop of selling the product by presenting, falsely, that it was endorsed by the singer.
Rihanna leaving Roberto Cavalli in London.
A source speaking earlier this month, as reported in The Telegraph, said Rhianna had requested on a number of occasions that the store withdraw its product.
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