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THE last remaining tickets for this year's T in the Park music festival sold out in less than 60 minutes today.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
US rockers the Foo Fighters will headline the T in the Park festival next year, organisers of Scotland's biggest music event announced today.
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.
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.
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.
AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after an 18-year-old woman was kidnapped from a campsite and raped at Scotland's biggest music festival.
THREE men appeared in court yesterday charged with the attempted murder of two people at the T in the Park festival.
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.
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.
A SERIES of violent incidents marred an otherwise peaceful T in the Park, Scotland's largest outdoor music festival, police said yesterday.
THE roar that greets Frightened Rabbit's walk onto the King Tut's stage has the tingle of a T in the Park moment.
The heavy downpour of rain at this year's festival did little to dampen the spirits of these revellers.
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.