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.