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Muse and Jay-Z set for T in the Park
Electric guitar players Muse and American rap star Jay-Z have been named among the acts set to appear at this year's T in the Park festival.
The annual event at Balado near Kinross is to take place between July 9th and 11th 2010 this year and will also features the likes of Eminem, Biffy Clyro, Dizzee Rascal and The Prodigy.
Florence and the Machine, whose guitarist Rob Mitchell uses a Boss DD-7 digital delay pedal, have also been added to the stellar line-up, along with The Cribs, Vampire Weekend and Empire of the Sun.
Tickets for the event are set to go on sale this Friday (February 26th) at 9am.
Jay-Z, who uses an AKG microphone system, is making the appearance in Scotland as part of a string of dates around the UK this summer, including a headline appearance at the Wireless festival in London as well as gigs in London and Birmingham.Posted on 23 Feb 2010 18:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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