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T in the Park
T in the Park
festival is a major Scottish music festival that has been held almost annually since 1994 (the event did not take place in 2017). It is named after its main sponsor, the brewing company Tennents. The event was originally held at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire
Lanarkshire
but was held at the disused Balado airfield, Kinross-shire from 1997 to 2014. In 2015 the festival moved to Strathallan Castle, Strathallan, Perthshire. Originally a two-day event, the festival became a three-day event in 2007. Promoted by DF Concerts, the event attracts up to 255,000 people, along with 70,000 campers. The future of the festival is uncertain. The 2017 event was cancelled due to problems at the 2016 event. It was officially replaced with the TRNSMT festival which takes place on the same weekend at Glasgow
Glasgow
Green. The 2017 event was a success with a follow-up for 2018 in the pipeline, meaning that T in the Park
T in the Park
is "not looking likely" for 2018.[1]

Contents

1 History

1.1 Move from Balado to Strathallan 1.2 Brewing

2 1994 festival

2.1 Main stage 2.2 King Tut's Tent

3 1995 festival

3.1 Main stage 3.2 King Tut's Tent

4 1996 festival

4.1 Main stage 4.2 NME
NME
Stage 4.3 Dance Tent 4.4 King Tut's Tent

5 1997 festival

5.1 Main stage 5.2 NME
NME
Stage 5.3 Slam Muzik Tent 5.4 Radio 1 Eve Sesh

6 1998 festival

6.1 Main stage 6.2 NME
NME
Stage 6.3 Slam Tent 6.4 Radio 1 Eve Sesh

7 1999 festival

7.1 Main stage 7.2 Stage 2 7.3 Slam Tent 7.4 King Tut's Tent

8 2000 festival 9 2001 festival 10 2002 festival 11 2003 festival 12 2004 festival 13 2005 festival 14 2006 festival 15 2007 festival 16 2008 festival 17 2009 festival 18 2010 festival 19 2011 festival 20 2012 festival 21 2013 'T20' festival 22 2014 festival 23 2015 festival 24 2016 festival

24.1 Main Stage 24.2 Radio One Summer Of Dance Stage/Radio 1 Stage 24.3 King Tut's Wah Wah Tent 24.4 Slam Tent 24.5 T Break Stage

25 See also 26 References 27 External links

History[edit] The festival was founded in 1994 by Stuart Clumpas and Geoff Ellis,[2] as part of a joint venture between DF Concerts and Tennent's Lager with some help from Irish promotions company MCD Productions.[3] Stuart Clumpas left as an organiser in 2001, selling his commercial interests in the concert.[4][5] Current festival director Geoff Ellis was involved from the start. Ellis came to Scotland
Scotland
in 1992 to manage King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
in Glasgow. He organised the first T in the Park
T in the Park
festival in 1994 with a smattering of bands playing to 17,000 people at its original site at Strathclyde Park, Lanarkshire.[6] The festival was held there for three years until 1997, where it was held at the disused Balado airfield, Kinross-shire. After moving to Balado the festival grew larger and by 2003, the festival was attracting up to 255,000 people; 110,000 over the weekend.[3] The festival was originally a two-day event until 2007, when the Friday became a mainstay event for live music. However, the 2007 festival was criticised by many festival-goers who missed acts on the Friday due to huge traffic jams of 10 miles on the A91 and A977 leading to Kinross.[7] To prevent a repeat of the traffic chaos, in 2008 organisers allowed a limited number of campers to pitch up on the Thursday in order to cut the number of cars on the roads on the Friday.[8] By extending the festival over a full three days, it began to grow rapidly, becoming the second-largest greenfield festival in the United Kingdom, and the fifth-largest in the world in terms of attendance, with over 85,000 people on site everyday.[9] As of 2013, it attracted up to 255,000 people over three days, drawing fans from across Britain and Europe.[6] According to DF Concerts, 20% of the crowd is made up of visitors from outside Scotland, with about 2% attending from overseas.[10] In recent years, the festival has shared much of its line-up with Oxegen, a festival that takes place on the same weekend in County Kildare, Ireland. Acts usually play T in the Park one day and Oxegen
Oxegen
the next, or vice versa. In an attempt to boost ticket sales, the 2014 festival saw an extension of the acts' duration on stage. On the Friday, the acts were scheduled to start around lunchtime as opposed to 5 pm; and the Saturday headliners to finish at 1 am.[11] Move from Balado to Strathallan[edit] The 2014 festival was the last to take place at the Balado site. Despite having run on the same site since 1997, safety concerns were expressed about the Forties Pipeline, which runs directly underneath the former Balado airfield.[12] In 2015 the festival moved 20.54 miles to the Strathallan Castle Estate in the neighbouring county of Perthshire.[13] The 2016 event was marred by the deaths of three festival-goers and reports of anti-social behaviour problems at the campsite. This led festival bosses to cancel the 2017 event, making the festival's future uncertain.[14] Brewing[edit] Tennents
Tennents
Lager is brewed just 36 hours before T in the Park
T in the Park
at the Wellpark Brewery
Wellpark Brewery
in Glasgow, 44 miles from Balado. Nearly all the lager is brewed specifically for the weekend. More than 3 million pints of lager have been consumed at the festival since 1994.[10] An innovative bar-cup recycling scheme was introduced in 2006 paying a 10p deposit on every empty pint container brought back to a designated recycling point.[10] 1994 festival[edit] The first T in the Park
T in the Park
was held on Saturday 30 July – Sunday 31 July 1994 at Strathclyde Country park. The site had a capacity for 17,000 people on each of the two days, with just 2000 choosing to camp.[15] The Caledonia Stage, was introduced to showcase up and coming new bands. A band called Glass Onion played over the weekend who would later be better known as Travis. Main stage[edit]

Saturday 30 July Sunday 31 July

Rage Against the Machine Björk Levellers Cypress Hill Crash Test Dummies Chumbawamba Yothu Yindi Consolidated Honky Paul Oakenfold

Primal Scream Del Amitri Teenage Fanclub Crowded House The Saw Doctors Gun Grant Lee Buffalo Aimee Mann Baby Chaos

King Tut's Tent[edit]

Saturday 30 July Sunday 31 July

Blur Manic Street Preachers Pulp James Taylor Quartet S*M*A*S*H Headswim The Grid Kerbdog AC Acoustics

D:Ream House of Pain One Dove Whiteout Oasis Mike Peters Thrum Tiny Monroe

1995 festival[edit] Was held on Saturday 5 August – Sunday 6 August 1995 at Strathclyde Country park. This was the first year there was a sell out on one of the days. Noel Gallagher joined Paul Weller
Paul Weller
on stage, while Kermit from the Black Grapes' had broken his ankle earlier in the day but refused to go to hospital instead performed with the rest of the band whilst sitting down on the stage. The Dance Tent was introduced this year, but no official line was used, it became the Slam Tent in 1997. Main stage[edit]

Saturday 5 August Sunday 6 August

Paul Weller Therapy? Terrorvision The Prodigy Black Grape Gene Dodgy The Wildhearts Skunk Anansie

M People The Beautiful South Kylie Minogue Tricky The Charlatans Shed Seven Marion The Boo Radleys Sleeper

King Tut's Tent[edit]

Saturday 5 August Sunday 6 August

Elastica Supergrass Echobelly Menswear The Bluetones Ash Powder Corduroy Cast

Salad The Verve dEUS The Shamen Underworld Dreadzone Fluke Republica

1996 festival[edit] Was held on Saturday 13 July – Sunday 14 July 1996, and was the last time at Strathclyde Country park. The Saturday was a sell out for the first time in advance. Radiohead
Radiohead
closed the Main Stage on Saturday night and Pulp closing on the Sunday. This was also the year that Keanu Reeves arrived on a shuttle bus to play the festival with his band Dogstar, and Joe Strummer busked in the campsite Caledonia Stage was renamed the T Break, where unsigned acts from across Scotland
Scotland
are given a platform to showcase their music at T in the Park. Each year, a panel made up of music industry experts hand-picked 16 artists from over a thousand entries to platform.[16] Main stage[edit]

Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July

Radiohead Alanis Morissette Prodigy Foo Fighters Space The Jesus Lizard Honeycrack The Supernaturals Cecil

Pulp Black Grape Cast Manic Street Preachers Ricky Ross Saw Doctors Barenaked Ladies Shakespear's Sister Bobbie Bluebell Whipping Boy Placebo

NME
NME
Stage[edit]

Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July

Bluetones Beck Frank Black Mazzy Star The Gyres Northern Uproar 60 Ft Dolls Gorky's Zygotic Mynci Geneva

Cocteau Twins Teenage Fanclub Dogstar Bis The Wannadies Mansun Super Furry Animals Fluffy Urusei Yatsura

Dance Tent[edit]

Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July

Leftfield DJ: David Holmes Chemical Brothers Dave Clarke The Aloof Definition Of Sound Rub-A-Dub DJ's Wilba & Martin Lamb DJ: Harri Audioweb DJ: Scott Gibson 4th Dimension DJ's: Tony Kean & Murray Scott

LTJ Bukem Goldie Lionrock Paul Oakenfold BT Nicolette Earthling DJ: KMC Suga Bullit DJ: KMC J-Pac

King Tut's Tent[edit]

Saturday 13 July Sunday 14 July

The Divine Comedy The Cardigans Lush Heavy Stereo Drugstore Rare Compulsion Crazy Gods Of Endless Noise Mundy The Daisies

Afghan Whigs Dubstar Longpigs Ian Mcnabb & The Afterlife Nowaysis No Doubt Kula Shaker Octopus Nut Nilon Bombers

1997 festival[edit] In 1997, T in the Park
T in the Park
moved from Strathclyde Park
Strathclyde Park
to its home for the next 17 years, Balado near Kinross, on a disused Airfield, and was held on Saturday 12 July – Sunday 13 July 1997. This was The Slam Tent’s first year, while The campsite grown to over 25,000. Main stage[edit]

Saturday 12 July Sunday 13 July

The Charlatans Kula Shaker Dodgy Reef G.U.N. The Divine Comedy Republica Apollo 440

Paul Weller Ocean Colour Scene Texas Bush Echobelly Bjorn Again Fun Lovin' Criminals Neneh Cherry The Sirenes

NME
NME
Stage[edit]

Saturday 12 July Sunday 13 July

Shed Seven Placebo Longpigs Geneva Sneaker Pimps Travis Jimi Tenor Superstar Arab Strap Feeder

The Seahorses Mansun Gene Dreadzone The Supernaturals Catatonia Hurricane # 1 Toaster Rachel Stamp Cake Like

Slam Muzik Tent[edit]

Saturday 12 July Sunday 13 July

Laurent Garnier Daft Punk DJ Sneak Slam (Live) Andrew Weatherall Nightmares On Wax Paul Cawley Olive Jon Carter

Carl Cox Bandulu Slam DJ's: Stuart McMillan & Orde Meikle Green Velvet DJ Deep Death In Vegas Global Communication Gilles Peterson

Radio 1 Eve Sesh[edit]

Saturday 12 July Sunday 13 July

The Delgados Symposium Monaco Gorky's Zygotic Mynci Subcircus Stereophonics Grass – Show Mogwai Arnold Radish

Beth Orton Spearhead Urusei Yatsura Embrace Kenickie AC Acoustics Speedy Bennet Hardbody Snug Delta

1998 festival[edit] T In The Park 1998 was held on Saturday 11 July 1998 – Sunday 12 July 1998. Large television screens were used to all football fans to watch the 1998 World cup final. Line up included; Main stage[edit]

Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July

Prodigy The Seahorses Robbie Williams Space Travis Catatonia JTQ Headswim Martyn Bennett

Pulp Beastie Boys Garbage Finley Quaye James Stereophonics Chumbawamba Alabama 3

NME
NME
Stage[edit]

Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July

Ash Spritualized Super Furry Animals Audioweb Ultrasound Rialto Theaudience Young Offenders Annie Christian

Portishead Ian Brown Natalie Imbruglia Bernard Butler The Aloof Asian Dub Foundation The Smiles Scott 4 Medal

Slam Tent[edit]

Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July

Darren Emerson Plastikman Slam DJ's Laurent Garnier (Live) Harri Carl Craig's Innerzone Orchestra DJ Crush DJ Q

A Tribe Called Quest Fabio & Grooverider Propellerheads DJ Touche Red Snapper Monkey Mafia Phar Out DJ's Invisible Armies

Radio 1 Eve Sesh[edit]

Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July

Bentley Rhythm Ace Lo Fidelity Allstars Warm Jets Arab Strap Montrose Ave Idlewild Campag Velocet Dandys

Cornershop Fatboy Slim Symposium Unbelievable Truth Money Mark 60 ft Dolls Gomez Carrie Regular Fries

1999 festival[edit] It was held on Saturday 10 July 1999 and Sunday 11 July 1999, with 50,000 people per day. Two days before, It was revealed few tickets were still available for the Sunday performances.[17] Main stage[edit]

Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Blur Stereophonics The Beautiful South Fun Lovin' Criminals Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros Faithless 3 Colours Red The Amphetameanies

Manic Street Preachers Massive Attack James Placebo Reef Barenaked Ladies Eagle Eye Cherry Remy Zero

Stage 2[edit]

Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Gomez Shed Seven Travis Rae & Christian Lamb Regular Fries Ooberman The Jengaheads (DJ's) Boom Boom Mancini

Happy Mondays Bjorn Again Gay Dad Everlast The Saw Doctors Dot Allison Younger Younger 28's Muse Merz

Slam Tent[edit]

Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Jeff Mills Richie Hawtin Aka Plastikman (Dex, Fx And A 909) Luke Slater (Live) Slam's "Pressure Funk" Basement Jaxx DJ Sneak Stuart Mcmillan & Orde Meikle Silicone Soul

Fat Boy Slim (DJ) Carl Cox Green Velvet (Live) Cassius (Mix) Marco Carola Ian Pooley (Live) Harri Roots Freddy Fresh Paul Cawley (Fenetik)

King Tut's Tent[edit]

Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Mogwai Death In Vegas Bis The High Fidelity Chicks Surreal Madrid Doves Rico Witness

Mercury Rev Idlewild Delgados Deus Darkstar Indian Ropeman Stroke Bellatrix One Lady Owner

2000 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2000 This was held on Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 July 2000, with 50,000 people attending. It was Travis' first appearance, as an unsigned band closed the Main Stage. It was All Saints' last Scottish appearance. 2001 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2001 T in the park 2001 was held between Saturday 7th to Sunday 8 July 2001, with approximately 50,000 people attending. 2002 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2002 The 2002 event attracted approximately 50,000 people on both the Saturday and Sunday. 2003 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2003 The 2003 event attracted approximately 55,000 people on both the Saturday and Sunday, with REM and Coldplay. 2004 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2004 The 2004 edition attracted approximately 60,000 people on both the Saturday and Sunday. The two biggest stages being the Main Stage and the NME
NME
Stage, along with four tents which included the Slam Tent and the King Tut's Tent. 2005 festival[edit]

2005 Festival

Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2005 Tickets for the 2005 event sold out in record time, just four days after going on sale, five months in advance of the festival. The event saw around 69,000 people a day watching more than 170 bands over 10 stages. It was named best festival in that year's UK Festival Awards, beating the Glastonbury Festival
Glastonbury Festival
for the first time. 2006 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2006 Tickets for the 2006 festival went on sale at 9 am on 17 February 2006. The event sold out in under an hour, a record time for the festival.[18] An additional 12,000 day tickets were placed on sale on 3 June 2006, which sold out in ten minutes.[19] Approximately 69,000 tickets were sold for each day.[20] Following the sellout, weekend camping tickets appeared on internet auction sites for as much as £700.[18] 2007 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2007 The 2007 festival took place on the 6, 7 and 8 July 2007 – the first time the festival had been held over three days. The first 35,000 tickets went on sale shortly after the 2006 festival and were sold within 70 minutes. The final batch of tickets, released on 9 March, sold out in less than 20 minutes. The event was overshadowed by traffic chaos on the A91 due to the closure of the main car park following heavy rain. 2008 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2008 The 2008 festival took place on the 11, 12 and 13 July 2008. It was announced that the campsite would open on 10 July 2008 to avoid a repeat of the previous year's traffic problems. The bands headlining the 2008 event were Rage Against the Machine, The Verve
The Verve
and R.E.M.
R.E.M.
on the Main Stage and The Chemical Brothers, Kaiser Chiefs
Kaiser Chiefs
and The Prodigy on the Radio 1 / NME
NME
Stage. 2009 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2009 The 2009 festival took place over three days between the 10 and 12 July, with over 180 acts performing to a crowd of 85,000 people. As with the 2008 festival, the campsite opened on the Thursday evening to prevent traffic queues forming on the Friday. The first batch of "early bird" tickets sold out in ten hours on 15 July 2008 and on 27 February 2009, NME
NME
announced that camping tickets for the event had already sold out.[21] 2010 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2010 Tickets for the 2010 event were made available on 26 February 2010,[22] selling out in 90 minutes.[23] The event was headlined by Muse, Eminem
Eminem
and Kasabian.[24] 2011 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2011 The 2011 festival took place between 7–11 July 2011. Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay, Foo Fighters
Foo Fighters
and Beyoncé
Beyoncé
were the headliners for the weekend. It is the eighteenth festival to take place. The Strokes played on the Radio 1 NME
NME
stage on the Saturday. Blink-182
Blink-182
cancelled as they were unable to produce their new album in time for their European tour.[25] On 5 May, Beyoncé
Beyoncé
was added to the line-up, and played on Saturday the 9th.[26] Other artists such as Deadmau5 and Pendulum played at T in the Park
T in the Park
2011. 2012 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2012 The 2012 festival took place between 6–8 July 2012. As usual presale tickets went on sale shortly after the conclusion of the 2011 event, on 12 July 2011, with another allocation of "early bird" tickets going on sale to the general public two days later, on 14 July 2011. The Stone Roses were announced as the first headline act on 8 November, three weeks before the second release tickets went on sale.[27] On 30 November, Vodafone customers who were signed up to the "Vodafone VIP" site were granted access to a pre-sale. The next day, T-Lady subscribers and past festival goers were also given access to the pre-sale. The second release tickets, equivalent to half of the venues capacity, went on sale to the general public on 2 December at 9 am, hours later allocation was exhausted. [28] Festival director, Geoff Ellis said that he was "delighted by the response from fans" and also noted that he "can’t wait to see everyone at Balado next year." 2013 'T20' festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2013 The 2013 festival took place between 11–14 July 2013 and was advertised as T20 due to the festival's 20th anniversary. 'Early Bird' tickets went on sale Friday 13 July 2012 at 9 am on the Ticketmaster
Ticketmaster
website.[29] The Killers, Rihanna
Rihanna
and Mumford and Sons headlined in 2013, alongside other large acts including Emeli Sandé, The Script, Jake Bugg, Alt-J, Of Monsters and Men,Twin Atlantic, Two Door Cinema Club and Azealia Banks. The second batch of tickets went on sale on 7 December at 9 am. The final batch went on sale on 22 February at 9 am. On 13 February 2013, German electronic band Kraftwerk
Kraftwerk
were added to the line-up. 2014 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2014 The 2014 festival took place between 10–13 July 2014. The festival was to be the last at the Balado site due to the Forties pipeline system issue involving gas pipes that run underneath the field. Sheffield rockers, Arctic Monkeys
Arctic Monkeys
were announced first as headline act and closed the festival on Sunday, with Scotland's Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro
and Calvin Harris
Calvin Harris
headlining Friday and Saturday. Other acts on the bill include Pixies, Ed Sheeran, Paolo Nutini, Paul Weller, The Human League, Pharrell Williams, Ellie Goulding, Tinie Tempah, Franz Ferdinand, Elbow, James and Charlotte OC. T in the Park
T in the Park
was granted a late music license for 2014 which allows the music to continue until 1 am instead of 12 am like previous years. Music on Friday also started earlier this year, with the arena opening at lunch time instead of the regular 5 pm start. 2015 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2015 In 2015 the festival was moved to brand new site, at Strathallan Castle. The first headline act to be announced were The Libertines
The Libertines
and shortly after other headliners Kasabian
Kasabian
and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, along with other acts including Jessie J, Avicii, Hozier, Sam Smith, The Vaccines, and Twin Atlantic.There has been a lot of negative feedback and media attention regarding the new site, with travel delays being a major issue. 2016 festival[edit] Main article: T in the Park
T in the Park
2016 Main Stage[edit]

Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

The Stone Roses Disclosure Courteeners James Morrison Fun Lovin' Criminals Alessia Cara The Temperance Movement

Calvin Harris Bastille The Last Shadow Puppets Jess Glynne Tinie Tempah Jack Garratt + More

Red Hot Chilli Peppers Chase & Status Faithless James Bay Slaves The Lighting Seeds Rogue Orchestra – David Bowie Tribute

Radio One Summer Of Dance Stage/Radio 1 Stage[edit]

Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Alesso Pete Tong Oliver Heldens Danny Howard Hannah Wants Annie Mac Krept & Konan Oh Wonder WSTRN

The 1975 Catfish & The Bottlemen Kaiser Chiefs Disciples Rat Boy DMA's Spring King

LCD Soundsystem Major Lazer Jake Bugg Maximo Park Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nigh Sweats Blossoms Sunset Sons

King Tut's Wah Wah Tent[edit]

Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Jamie XX Frightened Rabbit Rodrigo y Gabriela Bear's Den The Coral Augustines Gerry Cinnamon

Travis Tom Odell Bay City Rollers Stiff Little Fingers Shed Seven Fatherson Foy Vance

Diplo Craig David's TS5 Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls John Grant FIDLAR Dua Lipa

Slam Tent[edit]

Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

Len Faki DVS1 Ricardo Villalobos bsb Raresh Petrichor (live) Silicone Soul

Richie Hawtin Slam Nina Kraviz Guy Gerber Skream Daniel Avery B.Traits

Jeff Mills Chris Leibing Seth Troxler Pan-Pot Speedy J Marcel Dettmannn Scuba

T Break Stage[edit]

Friday 8 July Saturday 9 July Sunday 10 July

The Amorettes Ash JP Cooper Izzy Bizu The Telermen Bloodlines Scope The Ninth Wave Forever

Maxi Jazz & E-Type Boys The Struts Basement Vant JR Green Frances Miracle Glass Company The Vegan Leather Scholesy Mt. Doubt Redolent Domiciles

The Lapelles The Sherlocks Hey Hello BORNS Sweaty Palms Declan Welsh Foreign Fox Indigo Violet Edwin Organ Tongues

See also[edit]

Scotland
Scotland
portal Music portal

List of electronic music festivals List of music festivals

References[edit]

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