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T in the Park Tickets Go On Sale February 29

T in the Park Tickets Go On Sale February 29

 
By: Spacelab Research Staff
February 13, 2012
 
Those of you waiting to get your hands on tickets for this year's T in the Park show don't have much longer to wait. T in the Park tickets will go on sale Wednesday Feb. 29 at 9am. There had been a batch of T in the Park tickets that had gone on sale in December and have since sold out.

"At the minute we are working very hard to bring you the very best artists from new acts to legends of the music world. We're extremely excited about this year and can't wait to share the line up and all the fabulous attractions for 2012 with you," reads the announcement from festival organizers. Right now, they've secured The Stone Roses reunion as one of the headliners for 2012. Check out more information on the T in the Park lineup for 2012 in the Spacelab Festival Guide.

T in the Park is one of the largest festivals in the U.K., making itself the 2 day home for up to 60,000 people in the Scottish countryside. Moors. Fog. And lots of intoxicated festivalgoers. There are over 120 artists performing across 8 stages over 2 days in Balado, Kinross. Its weekend counterpart, the Oxegen Festival in Ireland, has been cancelled for 2012 but will return in 2013.

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