Muse's 'UFO' banned from T in the Park
Prop banned due to 'healthy and safety'
Photographer: Marc Broussely05 July 2010
Their fake spaceship was refused due to health and safety rules, which deemed the elevated object a hazard to those in attendance.
The Devon band, who will headline the Friday (9 July) night, are known for their extravagant live performances, incorporating plenty of stage pomp and big screen displays.
Frontman Matt Bellamy told the Star newspaper: "We can’t have the UFO at T [In The Park] because of health and safety rules. But our own shows will be the full Muse experience."
T In The Park 2010 will take place at Balado Airfield, Scotland from 9-11 July.
Tickets have sold out but there are a number of passes available on secondary ticketing platform viagogo, both for individual days and for the weekend, currently starting at £187.50 for all three days.
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