T In The Park 2014 News
2014 was a riveting year for festival goings-on, as surprise special guests, sound issues and strange billings all lead to some of the oddest concoctions in festival history. Here are ten of the weirdest festival moments.
A new UK report has revealed the words which have entered the language of youth culture during this year's festival season.
Two residents from Scotland's Strathallan Estate are mounting a legal challenge to oppose T In The Park's move to the 1,000-acre site in Perthshire next year.
A hot topic in the world of outdoor music festivals and concerts, flares have once again been in the headlines after a Hyde Park show from The Libertines was marred by crowd safety issues. Hope Wisechild takes a look over the contentious issue.
US A-Lister Will Smith stunned T in the Park 2014 when he appeared on stage shortly before midnight to introduce Scottish superstar DJ Calvin Harris.
London Grammar have had to cancel their performance on the Radio 1 Stage at T In The Park today because singer Hannah Reid is losing her voice.
Music fans heading to the biggest outdoor music festival in the Scottish calendar should pack the waterproofs as downpours are set to blight the weekend event in Kinross.
T In The Park 2015 will mark the second relocation for Scotland's largest music festival, as T is set to move to the nearby Strathallan Castle in Perthshire.
The waste campaign group, Love Your Tent and Buckinghamshire New University have paired up for the first ever survey looking at the attitude of festival-goers when it comes to waste and leaving camping equipment behind.
A young man who tried to sneak cocaine into T in the Park hidden in his hair styling products was fined by a court to the sum of £1000.
Mod-rock icon Paul Weller leads the latest announcement of acts to play T In The Park this July.
The Charlatans, DJ Fresh and Reverend & The Makers are amongst the latest names to join the illustrious T In The Park 2014 line-up.
Tennent's Lager and T In The Park have once again teamed up for a nationwide search for Scotland's freshest unsigned musical talent with the launch of T Break 2014.
Arctic Monkeys will headline the 21st edition of T In The Park in Scotland next July.
After T In The Park's successful 20th anniversary bash, organisers are already looking ahead to T in the Park celebrating its 21st in 2014.