Date: 09 Jul 2005 - 10 Jul 2005
Venue: Balado Airfield, UK
Taking you deeper into the heart and soul of the festival than any reviews or editorial coverage ever could, our surveys aim to shed light on the event's most intimate secrets, courtesy of the people who really matter - the festival-goers themselves...
Liverpudlian legends The La's have been confirmed to play this year's T In The Park, with Nine Black Alps and Thirteen Senses also added.
Maximo Park, The Subways, The Dears, and The Go! Team are just some of the new bands that have been added to the T In The Park lineup - all playing in the X-Tent.
KT Tunstall and Echo And The Bunnymen have been added to the T In The Park lineup, both playing in King Tut's Tent on the Sunday.
Loads more acts have been added to the T In The Park lineup, including The Tears, The Bravery, Rooster, Super Furry Animals and The Ordinary Boys.
A mixed bag this lot, from folky singer-songwriter types to rock'n'roll deck destroyers - but that's what T In The Park is all about...
Interpol, Dizzee Rascal, Death In Vegas, and Fightstar have all been added to the line up for this year's T In The Park festival.
US rapper Snoop Dog has been confirmed to play on Sunday's Main Stage at this year's T In The Park, with organisers also announcing details about Stage 2 and King Tut's Tent.
The line-up for the 12,000 capacity Slam Tent at T In The Park has been announced with a clutch of top dance acts leading the proceedings, including Dave Clarke, Miss Kittin and of course, Slam.
Bloc Party and Jimmy Eat World have been added to the line-up for T In The Park, which takes place at Balado, Kinross, in Scotland on 9-10 July.
The hotly anticipated reunion of '90s band the Cocteau Twins, which promised slots for the Scottish act at Coachella and T In The Park, has been called off.
Kaiser Chiefs and Joss Stone are the latest acts confirmed for the sold-out T in the Park, which takes place on 9-10 July, at Balado, Kinross, in Scotland.
Green Day will front Ireland's Oxegen festival on the Saturday night, before crossing the Irish Sea to play T In The Park - co-headliners Foo Fighters will do it the other way round!
The '80s dance pioneers will headline Stage 2 on the Saturday of the Scottish event, after T In The Park festival boss Geoff Ellis finally landed his favourite band!
New Order have announced they will be playing at Glastonbury, T In The Park and Oxegen - and have revealed how they saw a 'flying saucer' last time they were at Glasto. Haven't we all?
Both artists have been added to the Balado billing, both playing on the Sunday before headliners Green Day and Travis.
Scottish band Cocteau Twins are reportedly being lined up for a triumphant homecoming at T In The Park, following the band's announcement that they're reforming for a few festival shows.
Travis have been confirmed as joint headliners alongside Green Day at this year's T In The Park, and James Brown has also added to the Scottish festival - which has almost sold out!
Geoff Ellis, the festival's boss, bet 20 quid it would sell out in two weeks. In fact all tickets have been snapped up within just five days, thanks to the likes of Green Day, Foo Fighters and Travis playing.
T In The Park festival director Geoff Ellis is so confident that this year's line up is the best ever that he's wagered it will sell out... in just two weeks! Tickets are onsale NOW - get yours while you can, right here!
As predicted, Foo Fighters and Green Day will headline this year's T In The Park, but there's a few surprises with the inclusion of Beautiful South and Audioslave for the Scottish festival.
Three major UK festivals - Download, T In The Park, and V Festival - are expected to unveil their headline bands this week, as well as confirm dates when tickets are to go on sale.
Green Day are set to headline T In The Park and Oxegen, as well as play a number of European festivals, according to the band's official website.
Jamiroquai have revealed they're hoping to play a few summer festivals as part of a forthcoming world tour.
Ian Brown will be banging the drum in Balado this year, after revealing he's been booked for Scotland's biggest festival, T In The Park - just as we predicted two weeks ago!
Ian Brown has been confirmed to play the Irish festival Oxegen, while Franz Ferdinand have said they'd love to play Scotland's T In The Park again this summer.
If you're reading this, chances are, your life is enriched every year by one or more festivals. Like us, you're probably desperate for a way to say a simple "thank you" to the organisers and artists that make each summer unforgettable. Well, here it is!