T in the Park 2009: Running order

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T in the Park

If you're heading to Balado this weekend you'll want to see this - the full running order for Scotland's mightiest music festival. Please note that the running order is subject to change, so we'll try to keep it as up to date as possible.

This is the line-up from 2008 – for 2010 see T in the Park 2010: Running order with times.

Friday 10th July

Main Stage

  • KINGS OF LEON - The hirsute hornbags fillers finally get the headline slot
  • FRANZ FERDINAND - TITP regulars are sure to get a receptive homecoming
  • MAXIMO PARK - Watch out for front man Paul Smith’s infamous scissor kicks
  • JAMES MORRISON - The English crooner kicks of the weekend’s proceedings

Radio1/NME Stage

  • NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS - After rocking Glasto its our turn for Cave’s growl and croon
  • YEAH YEAH YEAH'S - Karen O and co bring their unique blend of art/indie/electro rock
  • IDLEWILD - Edinburgh's own long running band are back in support of new album
  • THE MARS VOLTA - Tripped out latinprogdiscorock genius from Cedric and pals

King Tut's Wah Wah Tent

  • THE VIEW - Dundee’s most raucous indie janglers delight as always
  • THE COURTEENERS - Festival friendly indie from the Manc four piece
  • JAMIE T - See our First Word article for more on JT
  • EDWYN COLLINS - Fully recovered and back in his homeland to celebrate
  • THE MACCABEES - A serious contender for most distinctive voice of the weekend

Red Bull Bedroom Jam Futures Stage

  • CRYSTAL CASTLES
  • THE TWANG
  • GO AUDIO
  • CAMERA OBSCURA
  • VAGABOND
  • WILL & THE PEOPLE
  • SAVING AIMEE

T Break Stage

  • MING MING AND THE CHING CHINGS
  • DEAD BOY ROBOTICS
  • THE PHANTOM BAND
  • PEARL & THE PUPPETS
  • THE TEMPER TRAP
  • MAPLE LEAVES - Australian rockers are bringing their atmospheric noises to the fields of Balado
  • HOMEWORK

Saturday 11th July

Main Stage

  • THE KILLERS - Vocabulary-mangling, arena-straddling, U2-worshipping crowdpleasers
  • RAZORLIGHT - The old drummer wrote their best songs, you know
  • THE SPECIALS - Recently reunited and still-vibrant 2-tone gang
  • JAMES - Dependable veterans of mainstream UK indie’s last two decades
  • PAOLO NUTINI - Sandpaper-voiced Paisley singer-songwriter turned heritage troubadour
  • LADY GAGA - How do you ake Lady Gaga cry? Poker Face
  • CALVIN HARRIS - Dumfries’ own super-producer to the stars, fresh from helping make Dizzee massive
  • BJORN AGAIN - Tribute japes, because everyone likes Abba. Right?

Radio1/NME Stage

  • NINE INCH NAILS - Trent Reznor’s industrial titans promise a gloomy end to the day
  • JANE'S ADDICTION - Farrell, Navarro and co are the first of two American alternative icons
  • THE TING TING'S - Universally appreciated shout-pop duo from Manchester
  • KATY PERRY - Glamorous faux-lesbian from California will keep the kids entertained
  • WHITE LIES - Deserving London-based successors to the sound of Editors and Interpol
  • STARSAILOR - Gone on, ask James Walsh to tell us a Phil Spector story
  • YOU ME AT SIX - Youthful and intensely mainstream pop-punks from Surrey
  • THE HORRORS - Young goth crew recently turned krautrock Echo and the Bunnymen
  • THAT PETROL EMOTION - Former Undertones John and Damian O’Neill former their 80s indie outfit

King Tut's Wah Wah Tent

  • MANIC STREET PREACHERS - Eternally dependable live exponents of stadium angst
  • GLASVEGAS - Glasgow’s (most recent) finest should own this festival for an hour
  • JASON MRAZ - Chirpy Virginian singer-songwriter beloved of backpackers
  • FOALS - One part fellow Oxfordites Radiohead and two parts post-punk
  • FRIENDLY FIRES - Sensational young electro-indie bunch from St Albans
  • NOISETTES - Garage rockers turned ‘Don’t Upset the Rhythm’-essaying pop group
  • IGLU & HARTLY - Tops-off Californirock galoots. Utterly beyond parody
  • M83 - Gorgeous French electro in the vein of sometime tourmates Depeche Mode
  • MUMFORD AND SONS - Quirky London folk-poppers of the same vintage as Laura Marling

Slam Tent

  • 21:30–23.00 - 2 MANY DJ's - The always-great DJing wing of Soulwax’ Dewaele brothers
  • 20:10–21:30 - FELIX DA HOUSECAT - The Chicago house icon and inventor of electroclash endures
  • 19:10–20:10 - GREEN VELVET (live) - Curtis Jones, aka Cajmere, continues the electro theme
  • 17:55–19:10 - SLAM - Glasgow’s own house-playing curators of this very tent
  • 16:45–17:55 - LAURENT GARNIER (live) - The French house producer and DJ is a safe pair of hands
  • 15:25–16:45 - MR SCRUFF - Tea-loving, genre-splicing Ninja Tune alumnus
  • 14:45–15:25 - BEARDYMAN (live) - Go-to beatboxer of choice for the UK’s dance community
  • 13:15–14:45 - CLAUDE VON STROKE - New generation Detroit producer whose name is on Fabric’s latest compilation
  • 11:30–13:15 - SILICONE SOUL - House and techno stalwarts of Glasgow’s Soma label

Red Bull Bedroom Jam Futures Stage

  • FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE - Glasto-slaying, headed for greatness Kate Bush impersonator
  • OF MONTREAL - Eccentric but summery baroque pop outfit from Athens, Georgia
  • TWIN ATLANTIC - Magic rock acolytes from Glasgow
  • METRONOMY - Devon-formed specialists in arch electro-indie
  • FIGHT LIKE APES - Fun if self-consciously odd Dublin noise-pop delegation
  • THE VIRGINS - New York janglers whose CV includes soundtracking an entire Gossip Girl episode
  • DINOSAUR PILE UP - Young Leeds rockers, themselves inspired by seeing Foo Fighters at T
  • THE HOURS - Epic indie, fronted by Robbie Williams’ ex-flatmate.
  • DELPHIC - Hacienda-influenced Manc entourage, like Orbital with lyrics.
  • MY PASSION - Noisy, made-up emo lads from London
  • LADY LYKEZ - Brand new grime MC from London with a Missy Elliot influence

T Break Stage

  • PUNCH AND THE APOSTLES - Horn-abetted, jazz-punk individualists of the Scottish scene
  • TRAPPED IN KANSAS - Earnest indie in the tradition of FatCat Records’ Scots contingent
  • BRONTO SKYLIFT - Meat and potatoes old-school rock from Glasgow
  • 1990'S - Power trio from Glasgow, formerly of The Yummy Fur
  • WALLIS BIRD - Pleasant singer-songwriter shapes from the Irish lass
  • HIP PARADE - Perma-touring Glaswegian runners-up in the Orange Unsigned contest
  • HEALTHY MINDS COLLAPSE - Scots classic rock group managed by Elton John’s 21st Artists
  • PRISCILLA AHN - Jools Holland-endorsed US singer-songwriter on Blue Note
  • JILL JACKSON - Former Speedway rocker turned plaid-wearing country gal
  • SUCIOPERRO - The day job of Marmaduke Duke’s JP Reid
  • THE FRENCH QUARTER - Gentle indie from Stirling, with a fondness for instrumentals
  • MIKE NISBET - Chamber pop from Glasgow by way of Oban
  • GONG FEI - Shouty alternative rockers from Dundee

BBC Introducing...

  • TELEGRAPHS - Angular Brightonian rock with an emo edge
  • BROKEN RECORDS - NME-approved pop orchestra, like a Caledonian Arcade Fire
  • CAT HOUSE - Excellent Essex-bred fusion of New Romantic and house
  • ANSWERING MACHINE - Jangling, joyous beat-pop meets stadium rock
  • YOUNG FATHERS - Edinburgh’s own pop-focused hip hop trio
  • the locals - Back to the 60s with this Who-like Blackpool crowd
  • UNICORN KID - Lone electronic pop artist from Leith, now receiving widespread attention
  • THE LAW - Dundonian Britpop throwbacks and contemporaries of The View
  • MY LUMINARIES - Resonant indie-rock in the style of Editors or Doves
  • LOWKEY - Kareem Dennis, Iraqi-English rapper and poet, and member of Mongrel
  • ORPHANS & VANDALS CANCELLED - Beautiful, mournful kitchen sink storytelling from London
  • ALEX GARDNER

Sunday 12th July

Main Stage

  • BLUR - Reformed Britpopers continue their attack on the festival scene
  • SNOW PATROL - A safe bet for a mammoth sized sing-a-long
  • ELBOW - Continuing their run of a success and finally making it to the main stage
  • BLOC PARTY -
  • THE SCRIPT - Polished pop rock, perfectly suited to their Sunday afternoon slot
  • SEASICK STEVE - The Californian traveller and former busker makes his way to Kinross
  • SQUEEZE - Very ‘Cool for Cats’ and still going strong 30 years on
  • PARSONAGE CHOIR - Scotland’s very own multi-member country/folk choir

Radio1/NME Stage

  • KEANE - The Piano heavy rockers make a welcome return, with a guitar too!
  • PENDULUM - Australia’s drum and bass masters are back to T for the second year running
  • LILY ALLEN - The charming Miss Allen continues her world-wide festival blitz in Scotland
  • DOVES - Soft rocking, crowd pleasing aplenty
  • EAGLES OF DEATH METAL - Not quite as the name would suggest but good honest rock from Josh Homme’s ‘other band’
  • THE GAME - Hip hop heavy weight arrives in style, pass my PIMP stick
  • THE DYKEENIES - Glasgow trash rockers give it some
  • THE GASLIGHT ANTHEM - Most excellent Springsteen endorsed New Jersey punk rock outfit
  • IN CASE OF FIRE - Rampant noise from uptight boys

King Tut's Wah Wah Tent

  • MOGWAI - A welcome return to T for the post rock pioneers
  • PET SHOP BOYS - Long standing dance pop genius
  • TV ON THE RADIO - The Brooklyn band arrive with their unusual blend of jazz/rock/electro
  • PETER DOHERTY - The infamous tabloid prince reinvented as charming troubadour
  • REGINA SPEKTOR - Russian born/New York raised singer-songwriter returns with piano and blissful voice in check
  • THE SATURDAYS - Preening pop quintet bring some lipgloss thrills to bear on Tut’s
  • DANIEL MERRIWEATHER - Big lunged crooner who sing on Mark Ronson’s ‘Stop Me’ last year now going it alone
  • GARY GO - Pop tart just off the recent Take That tour
  • CAROLINA LIAR - Alt. rock from the mainly Swedish band, with the exception of American front man Chad Wolf

Slam Tent

  • 21:30–23.00 - JEFF MILLS - The original master of techno minimalism reigns supreme once more
  • 20:10–21:30 - DAVE CLARKE - Techno is eternally in debt to this master decknician
  • 19:10–20:10 - SIMIAN MOBILE DISCO (live) - The innovative English boffin production duo/DJ team do it live
  • 17:45–19:10 - BOYS NOIZE - Rampant party electronica from this regular visitor to Scotland
  • 16:45–17:45 - THE STREETS (live) - Mike Skinner brings his bovver boy haikus to T
  • 15:30–16:45 - TIGA - Supreme purveyor of prime electroclash really is called Tiga by his mum
  • 14:15–15:30 - BEN SIMS - Cunning three-deck sorcery from this London techno turntablist
  • 13:15–14:15 - JORIS VOORN (live) - Slinky tech-dub funk from this Dutch master
  • 11:30–13:30 - FUNK D VOID - Soma’s much loved crown prince of electronic soul

Red Bull Bedroom Jam Futures Stage

  • AIRBORNE TOXIC EVENT - Well deserved headline slot from these Californian rockers
  • LADYHAWKE - Creative Kiwi is bringing back 80s electro in style
  • JACK PENATE - Moving on from his indie rock roots seems to be paying off
  • PATRICK WOLF - Could this be third time lucky for this quirky eccentric?
  • LITTLE BOOTS - Hotly tipped electro pop from Lanacshire lass Victoria Hesketh
  • PASSION PIT - Electro rock from these American newcomers
  • HOCKEY - Having been compared to the likes of The Strokes, this dance punk outfit may have something to prove
  • VV BROWN - Finely coiffured retro pop soul singer makes her T debut
  • GENERAL FIASCO - Excellent, boisterous indie rock trio from Belfast
  • THE AUTEUR - Quality indie power pop
  • THE TUNICS - Scurrilous English indie rock troupe

T Break Stage

  • MY COUSIN I BID YOU FAREWELL - Noting Fleetwood Mac as an influence this young Scots band are aiming to make credible pop music
  • BROTHER LOUIS COLLECTIVE - Another Scottish band hoping to make an impact this year
  • LITTLE ESKIMOS - Claiming to thrive on the energy of a live show, these young Scots are bound to be delighted with their first T Break
  • TOMMY REILLY - Orange Unsigned Act winner makes TITP debut
  • WE WERE PROMISED JETPACKS - Scotland’s future beacons of rock are sure to make themselves heard this year
  • IAIN ARCHER - Excellent heartbroken songwriter and sometime comedian
  • THE BIG PINK - London duo showcase their 90s inspired shoegaze goes disco vibe
  • CASSIDY - Harmonious quartet playing dextrous feelgood acoustica
  • PULLED APART BY HORSES - Confrontational Leeds rockers who repulse and intrigue in equal measure
  • PAPER PLANES - Alt. Country boys hailing from Long Beach California
  • TANGO IN THE ATTIC - Garage pop from Glenrothes
  • BARN OWL - Young Glasgow five piece with a quirky sense of humour
  • G1FT - More emerging Scottish talent to kick off the day

BBC Introducing…

  • DANANANANAYKROYD - Top quality ‘fight pop’ from cracking Glasgow crew
  • SEAL CUB CLUBBING CLUB - Tongue in cheek indie spods from the Wirral
  • HITCHCOCK - Dapper but grimy dub/electro/rock duo
  • MILK KAN - Cheeky English hip hop punks who cite Jesus, Dolly Parton and Susan Boyle in their tunes
  • ALTO ELITE - Pop prodigies signed to King Tut’s `Recordings
  • DECIMALS - Boisterous, vocal electro turns
  • DALLY KING - Globe-straddling R&B and hip hop newcomer
  • ERZA BANG - Mighty electroclash magic
  • TWILIGHT SAD - Mesmeric rocker few do big, sad and beautiful this well
  • LENI WARD - Entrancing acapellas in the spirit of Lamb or Bjork
  • FINDO GASK - Rock meets electronica uptown in succinct stylee

T in the Park

From relatively humble beginnings, T in the Park has become the acknowledged behemoth of the Scottish festival scene and one of the UK's largest events. In 2015 the festival moved from its longstanding Balado location to the new grounds of Strathallan Castle in Perthshire. Bands appearing in 2016 include The Stone…

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1. Uncle Waldo9 Jul 2009, 4:24pm Report

cant wait to see mike nisbet! x

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