T In The Park 2006 Reviews
T In The Park 2006: Main Stage Sunday
The Proclaimers just can't fail today - or ever when playing to a fun-loving Scottish audience only miles from the city where
they penned their hits...
T In The Park 2006: NME/R1 Stage Saturday
Kicking off a stage is never the easiest task in the world, but after being forced to pull out of last year's T, openers Humanzi
are here to prove a point and make their mark.
T In The Park 2006: Pet Sounds Arena
As the small crowd huddles together down by the stage in the Pet Sounds tent first thing on the Saturday there are looks of
genuine intrigue on their faces as Seth Lakeman saunters into view brandishing a violin.
T In The Park 2007: King Tut's Tent Saturday
London lads The Rifles open proceedings on Saturday, their pithy melodies and majestic vocals paying homage to The Jam - the
vocals in particular a wink to tonight's NME headliner Paul Weller.
T In The Park 2006: Bacardi B-Live
Our resident dance tent dweller, Joe O'Brien, goes undercover to sample the best the Bacardi Live Arena has got to offer.
Who needs global superstars when there's a party of dance-fuelled decadence to be had?
T In The Park 2006: NME/R1 Stage Sunday
Captain burst on stage with all the confidence and style of a headliner. Their opener 'Broke' sets the tone immediately, dual
male/female vocals overlaying beautiful, solid and perfected melodies...
T In The Park 2006: King Tut's Tent Sunday
With the changeable weather again pulling no punches - drenching us in sun and rain, often simultaneously - a decent mob of
Sunday hangover victims crawl into the tent to be nursed back to health by coarse Canadian rockers Mobile.
T In The Park 2006
Bigger than a hippy bundle on Bobby Gillespie, more influential than the Scottish parliament, as eye-popping as the Loch Ness
Monster dancing kaleigh, T In The Park has become a national institution of its own...
T In The Park 2006: Main Stage Saturday
For those fortunate enough to successfully negotiate the ticket scanning lottery, which hampered this year's festival, El
Presidente prove to be the perfect morning tonic for the Main Stage.