Backstage Chat from Sunday – T in the Park

Whilst everyone has memories of enjoying T in the Park at Balado, there was something quite exciting about the festival’s move to Strathallan Castle this year. We found out what some of the artists had to say about the new site and why Scottish fans will always be the loudest…

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Review: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, T in the Park

As rumours of an impending Oasis reunion continue to circulate, seeing Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headline T in the Park comes across as somewhat of a consolation prize.

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Backstage Chat from Saturday – T in the Park

The rain might have refused to stop falling but nothing was going to dampen spirits as T in the Park got going on Saturday. Festival veterans Twin Atlantic joined The Libertines, The Script and George Ezra on the bill and we were lucky enough to grab a chat with some of the acts about their time at Scotland’s largest music festival…

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Backstage Chat from Friday – T in the Park

As the arena gates opened, yesterday marked the start of a new era for T in the Park. Thousands of fans descended upon Strathallan Castle to welcome the music festival to its new home and watch the likes of Sam Smith, David Guetta, Kasabian, Mark Ronson and Fatboy Slim take to the stage.

We caught up with some of the acts backstage to get their first impressions of the new venue…

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Model Aeroplanes Interview

Model Aeroplanes were still in high school when they first went to T in the Park. Their classmates might have thought they were joking when they told them they’d be performing the next year, but it’s the Dundee-based band that’ll be left laughing when they perform at Scotland’s largest music festival for the third time in a row.

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T in the Park 2015: King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent Top Acts

Named after the legendary St Vincent Street music venue that supported the careers of some of the music industry’s biggest names at the very start of their careers (including T in the Park veterans Oasis, and Biffy Clyro), the King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent aims to showcase the stars of tomorrow.

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T in the Park 2015: Radio 1 Stage Top Acts

The Radio 1 Stage is T in the Park’s second largest and can be counted on to be the place where you’re guaranteed to find the coolest acts on the scene performing.

To help you decide who’s worth leaving your tent for, we’ve picked out our top five Radio 1 Stage acts…

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Stevie McCrorie lands T in the Park spot!

It’s been one helluva week for Scotland’s Stevie McCrorie – as well as triumphing to victory in the final of The Voice, he’s also seen his debut single shoot to the top of the charts and his name added to the lineup for T in the Park 2015.

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T in the Park Review – Arctic Monkeys, Sunday

“An overwhelmingly underwhelming end to not only T in the Park but to the site that has become synonymous with the legendary music festival”

Tonight’s closing set was always destined to make T in the Park history and, with the onus on Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys to give Balado the send-off it deserved, expectations were understandably high. Read more about T in the Park Review – Arctic Monkeys, Sunday

Tickets for T in the Park 2015 on sale on Friday

As the massive clean-up of Balado comes to an end for the last time, organisers are already gearing up for the inevitable scrum for tickets to next year’s T in the Park. Earlybird tickets for the music festival, which will take place from 10 – 12th Friday and will be available at 2014 prices for a limited time. Read more about Tickets for T in the Park 2015 on sale on Friday

Our Guide to Surviving T in the Park

Greasy hair, sweaty armpits and toilets that could rival the infamous Trainspotting scene might be the price you pay for a weekend of fun at a musical festival but there are, surprisingly, a few things you can do to make your overall experience more enjoyable. With over 85,000 people expected to decent upon Balado airfield for T in the Park this weekend, we decided to share our very own guide to surviving UK music festivals… Read more about Our Guide to Surviving T in the Park