T in the Park 2013

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T in the Park
T in the Park 20th Anniversary Logo.png
T in the Park 20th Anniversary Logo
Location(s) Balado, Scotland, UK
Years active 1994–present
Date(s) 11–14 July 2013
Website http://tinthepark.com/

T in the Park 2013 was a three day music festival which took place between 11–14 July 2013 in Balado, Kinross. It was the 20th Anniversary #T20 of the Scottish music festival Rihanna and Mumford and Sons were announced as the first and second headliner acts on 4 December 2012.[1] Others acts confirmed on the same day were Jake Bugg, Alt-J, Of Monsters and Men, The Script, Paloma Faith. On 5 December 2012 The Killers were announced as third headliner act and other acts confirmed were Two Door Cinema Club and Azealia Banks.[2] On 13 December 2012 it was announced that Emeli Sandé would return to the music festival for its 20th anniversary.[3] On 13 February 2013, Germany Electronic band Kraftwerk were added to the line-up.[4]

Tickets[edit]

Similar to previous years, early-bird tickets were released within days of the conclusion of the 2012 event, on 13 July 2012. Tickets remained on sale until the following Sunday. The second release of tickets went on sale at 9am on 7 December 2012. The third and final batch will go on sale in February, 2013 along with the release of the Line-up.

Line-up[edit]

The Killers, Rihanna and Mumford and Sons were announced as headliner acts for 2013 festival. Other acts announced were: Emeli Sandé, Jake Bugg, Alt-J, Of Monsters and Men, The Script, Paloma Faith, Two Door Cinema Club and Azealia Banks.[5] On 13 February 2013, Germany Electronic band Kraftwerk were added to the line-up.[6] On 22 April 2013, Ke$ha, Little Mix, Lawson, James Arthur, Lucy Spraggan, Bo Bruce and Diana Vickers were added to the line-up.[7]

Scottish Sun Signing Tent

Scottish Sun Signing Tent
Friday 12 July Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July
Main Stage
Friday 12 July Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July

Mumford & Sons
22:20-23:50
Chase and Status
20:35-21:50
Emeli Sandé
19:05-20:05
Kendrick Lamar
17:45-18:35
The Proclaimers
16:30-17:15

Rihanna
22:20-23:50
The Script
20:50-21:50
Snoop Dogg
19:20-20:20
Paloma Faith
18:00-18:50
The Lumineers
16:45-17:30
The View
15:40-16:25
Deacon Blue
14:30-15:10
The Fratellis
13:30-14:15
James Arthur
12:30-13:05

The Killers
21:05-22:50
Stereophonics
19:10-20:35
Frank Ocean
17:40-18:40
Two Door Cinema Club
16:20-17:10
Rita Ora
15:05-15:50
Ocean Colour Scene
13:45-14:35
Earth, Wind & Fire
12:30-13:15

Radio 1 Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday

Calvin Harris
22:35-23:50
The Courteeners
21:15-22:05
Jake Bugg
20:00-20:45
Texas
18:30-19:30
Haim
17:30-18:15
Milo Greene
16:30-17:10

Beady Eye
22:15-23:50
Dizzee Rascal
20:45-21:45
Frightened Rabbit
19:25-20:15
Noah and the Whale
18:05-18:55
Kesha
16:50-17:35
Villagers
15:40-16:20
Lawson
14:30-15:10
Gabrielle Aplin
13:30-14:10
The Original Rudeboys
12:30-13:10

David Guetta
21:20-22:50
Foals
19:50-20:50
Editors
18:35-19:20
Azealia Banks
17:20-18:05
Frank Turner
16:25-17:05
Bastille
15:20-16:05
Little Mix
14:25-15:00
The Heavy
13:20-14:05
Mallory Knox
12:20-13:00

King Tut's Wah Wah Tent
Friday Saturday Sunday

Kraftwerk
22:20-23:50
Phoenix
21:00-21:50
Of Monsters and Men
19:40-20:30
Rudimental
18:25-19:10
Everything Everything
17:25-18:05
Imagine Dragons
16:30-17:10

Alt-J
22:20-23:50
Twin Atlantic
20:50-21:50
Travis
19:20-20:20
Miles Kane
18:00-18:50
Palma Violets
16:45-17:30
Mark Owen
15:35-16:15
Nina Nesbitt
14:40-15:25
Foy Vance
13:45-13:25
Jack Savoretti
12:50-13:30
Swim Deep
12:00-12:35

Yeah Yeah Yeahs
21:25-22:50
Labrinth
19:40-20:55
Hurts
18:15-19:10
Disclosure
17:00-17:45
Johnny Marr
15:50-16:30
The 1975
14:45-15:25
Tom Odell
13:45-14:25
Deap Vally
12:50-13:25
Lewis Watson
12:00-12:35

Slam Tent
Friday Saturday Sunday

Green Velvet
22:30-00:00
Jackmaster & Joy Orbison
21:00-22:30
Maceo Plex
19:30-21:00
Eats Everything
18:00-19:30
Silicone Soul
16:30-18:00

Richie Hawtin
22:30-00:00
Slam
21:05-22:30
Laurent Garnier
19:45-21:05
Claude VonStroke
18:35-19:45
Maya Jane Coles
17:35-18:35
Derrick Carter x Mark Farina x DJ Sneak (b2b)
13:35-17:35
H-Foundation
12:30-13:35

Ben Klock & Marcel Dettmann (b2b)
20:30-23:00
Adam Beyer
19:15-20:30
Seth Troxler
18:00-19:15
Tyler, The Creator
17:10-18:00
Earl Sweatshirt
16:00-16:40
Nina Kraviz
14:30-15:30
Jamie Jones
13:30-14:30
Lee Foss
12:45-13:30
Anja Schneider
12:00-12:45

Transmission Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday

Friday I'm In Love

Steve Mason

James Skelly & The Intenders

Tribes

FIDLAR

Vigo Thieves

My Bloody Valentine

British Sea Power

Lower Than Atlantis

Willy Mason

Daughter

Kodaline

Peace

The Strypes

Theme Park

MS MR

Hot Natured

Local Natives

Chvrches

Jagwar Ma

Modestep

AlunaGeorge

Laura Mvula

Ruen Brothers

Brooke Candy

Anderson McGinty Webster Ward & Fisher

T-Break Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday

The Merrylees

Darc

Hacktivist

Bo Bruce

Sons & Lovers

Hector Bizerk

Honeyblood

Deer Lake

The Velveteen Saints

Sunshine Social

Waiting For Go

The Virgin Marys

Red Sky July

Diana Vickers

Dolomite Minor

Lucy Spraggan

Sienna

MMX

Michael Cassidy

Fake Major

Seams

Machines In Heaven

Blindfords

Vasa

PRIDES

Lucy Rose

DIIV

Josh Record

Trash Talk

Moya

Joesphine

Pronto Mama

Arches

Poor Things

BBC Introducing Stage
Friday Saturday Sunday

Discopolis

The Recovery!

Saint Maxx and The Fanatics

Big Beat Bronson

The Adelines

Animal Noise

Roman Noise

Emily Burns

Baby Strange

Fake Major

Paws

The Lafontaines

Jim Lockey & The Solemn Sun

Propellers

Astroid Boys

The Lake Poets

Fat Goth

Steel Trees

Story Books

Departures

Model Aeroplanes

Incidents[edit]

The number of arrests rose to 91, which was a sharp increase from 2012 where only 30 were made, with the most serious offence, Five people arrested and charged with using pyrotechnic flares.[8][9][10]

Advance warning was given to all festival goers, about a deadly batch of fake ecstasy pills which were linked to deaths of 17 people between April - July 2013.[11][12]

Police Supt Rick Dunkerley, said: While arrests are up on last year, this is due to the proactive efforts of our police officers who worked closely with stewards to ensure it was a safe and enjoyable event for the audience. The fact that there were no signs of the fake ecstasy tablets at the event is in part testament to the extensive pre-event messaging and work carried out in collaboration with the festival organisers".[13]

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