T in the Park 2004 News
Doves will finish things off on the Saturday night at T In The Park, after the Mancunians were confirmed as headliners for the King Tut's Tent.
The success of Scotland's T In The Park has prompted it's local council to issue the event a three year license - the only UK festival to have ever been given such a vote of confidence twice in a row.
With not even a week passed since the T2004 event finished, tickets for next year's Kinross festival have gone on sale at this year's prices. And you can snap them up right here. Hurry though!
The States' frontman Sam Herhily took matters into his own hands by playing a couple of acoustic songs for fans, after the band were kicked off stage by security at T In The Park on Sunday night.
Filling in for the recovering David Bowie, the Lowestoft rockers provided just one of many highlights at the Scottish festival, with Muse and The Pixies also winning glowing reports.
With the sound of T In The Park still ringing in the ears, festival organisers have made the surprise announcement that tickets for next year's event are going on sale this week!
It has been revealed that David Bowie had an emergency heart operation last month, after falling ill following a festival gig in Germany - explaining the true reason why he cancelled his European tour.
Good news for those not lucky enough to get tickets for T In The Park - the BBC is screening live festival footage on its digital channel and highlights on Scottish terrestrial too.
Doctors have given Nathan Followill the all clear to get back behind the drums for the band's appearances at T In The Park and Oxegen.
North country boys The Charlatans have been booked to play a greatest hits set on Saturday evening, following David Bowie's cancellation due to ill health.
Legendary icon David Bowie has cancelled all his July tour dates because of ill health - including next weekend's T In The Park and the upcoming Oxegen.
We've a pair of tickets, with camping to give away, so with the festival sold out, this could be your golden opportunity to catch one of the best line-ups of the summer!
PJ fans have waited 4 long years since the Mercury Award winning 'Stories from city, stories from the sea', but her much anticipated seventh album 'Uh Huh Her' is out on May 31, but if you can't wait...
Following a blistering headline set at last year's X-Tent, The Rapture will return to grace the NME Stage on Sunday.
The brothers have announced that their performance in King Tut's Tent on Sunday 11 July at T in the Park will be their last ever show north of the border
Balado has sold out in record time some 10 weeks before the start of the festival, even though the capacity has been enlarged by 5000.
2004 will see debut appearances for Wu-Tang Clan and Black Eyed Peas, while The Libertines and Badly Drawn Boy return to Balado.
The Thrills and Starsailor have been added to the Balado Airfield bill and details of the Slam Tent have also been announced
Masssive Attack will top Sunday's bill on the NME Stage, Goldfrapp play King Tut's on Saturday, while PJ Harvey and Keane also appear over the weekend.
The Scottish festival begins to take shape as the shaggy haired-rockers from Tennessee join the bill.
The Strokes, N*E*R*D, Franz Ferdinand, Snow Patrol, Scissor Sisters and Dogs Die in Hot Cars have been added to the line-up at Scotland's T in the Park, which takes place on 10th & 11th July 2004
There's one good thing about being Scottish (or at least from Scotland...) - you are eligible to enter the T-break competition for unsigned bands to play at T in the Park!
Tom and Ed - those cuddly scamps - are confirmed as headliners for the Slam Tent at T in the Park. The drip-feed of line-up announcements looks set to become a torrent!