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T in the Park: T Break announces the final 16 acts

THE 16 acts set to play the T Break stage at this year's T in the Park have today been announced.

Interview: Dave Grohl on the new Foo Fighters film

With a new album, a documentary film and a headline slot at T in the Park, the focus on the Foo Fighters is intense. It's making Dave Grohl a little uneasy, he tells Craig McLean

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T in the Park sold out after 60 minute rush for tickets

THE last remaining tickets for this year's T in the Park music festival sold out in less than 60 minutes today.

Fiona Shepherd on T in the Park: All tastes catered for but it's a rather tepid brew this year

GUITAR music may be struggling in the singles chart, but it will be flourishing at T in the Park this summer, where a mighty triumvirate of headliners are set to wield their instruments righteously. Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay and Foo Fighters are all reliable - and pretty predictable - stadium players.

Unpack your air guitar, rock's back for T in the Park

BIG-name rock acts will dominate T in the Park's main stages this year, with the announcement that Coldplay and Arctic Monkeys will play alongside veteran rockers Foo Fighters.

Full list of acts confirmed to play T in the Park 2011

SCOTLAND'S biggest music festival T in the Park today launched its line-up for 2011. Although there are still over 100 acts yet to be announced, here are the names revealed so far.

Arctic Monkeys and Coldplay to headline T in the Park

COLDPLAY and the Arctic Monkeys were today named as the final headliners to be announced for this year's T in the Park music festival.

Interview: David Mackenzie on the joys of guerilla film making at T in the Park

AS FEATS of filmmaking go, David Mackenzie's plan was close to impossible. The Scottish director of Hallam Foe and Young Adam wanted to shoot a movie, a full-length drama feature, in four days.

Foo Fighters the first headliner named for T in the Park

US rockers the Foo Fighters will headline the T in the Park festival next year, organisers of Scotland's biggest music event announced today.

Tax in the Park as festivals face charge for drunk revellers

MUSIC festivals such as T in the Park could be made to pay the bill for drink-related disruption at their events, under plans to impose a "social responsibility levy" on anyone serving alcohol in Scotland.

Man in court charged with rape at T in the Park

A 28-YEAR-OLD man appeared in court yesterday in connection with the abduction and rape of a teenager at the T in the Park music festival.

T drug boy pays pocket

A SCHOOLBOY has been ordered to hand over his pocket money to pay a fine after he was caught with drugs at T in the Park.

Inquiry launched after teenager 'kidnapped from Scottish music festival and raped'

AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after an 18-year-old woman was kidnapped from a campsite and raped at Scotland's biggest music festival.

3 in court over T in Park attacks

THREE men appeared in court yesterday charged with the attempted murder of two people at the T in the Park festival.

Three T in the Park revellers charged with attempted murder

THREE men in their twenties appeared in court today to face charges of attempted murder following an alledged incident at the T in the Park music festival.

T in the Park review: Sunday

Following Saturday's showers, the weather for Sunday, and the last day of the festival, turned out bright and sunny as forecast, with a bonus brisk wind to blow away the cobwebs (and anything else that wasn't nailed down) for the final stretch of proceedings.

Stabbing and sexual assault mar 'peaceful' T in the Park

A SERIES of violent incidents marred an otherwise peaceful T in the Park, Scotland's largest outdoor music festival, police said yesterday.

T in the Park review: Frightened Rabbit

THE roar that greets Frightened Rabbit's walk onto the King Tut's stage has the tingle of a T in the Park moment.

T in the Park 2010 fan pictures

The heavy downpour of rain at this year's festival did little to dampen the spirits of these revellers.

T in the Park review: Shed Seven

FOR those who didn't experience enough of 1995 the first time around, lower league Britpop revenants Shed Seven came to the Radio 1/NME stage for a late afternoon with a reminder of what T in the Park sounded like way back at the start. Singer Rick Witter has worn the years well.

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