Glastonbury aside, this is The Big One. 120 bands, three days and 85,000 insane punters. Kings Of Leon, The Killers and Blur at the top of a bill that includes Maximo Park, Pendulum, Lily Allen and Doves.

Kings Of Leon

It’s always been a bit special, but the excitement for T In The Park reached fever pitch this year and stretches right back to February, when police had to close roads to keep order as fans rushed to buy tickets. Some had even camped overnight.

So what are you most stoked about: Fancy Dress Friday? A rare appearance from Jane’s Addiction? The prospect of another professional Pete performance? TV On The Radio, or maybe Iglu & Hartley?

Let us know below as we prepare for another three days of carnage at Kinross. And keep up to date with everything as it happens at T In The Park on NME.COM, including up-to-the-minute news reports and photos. Oh yeah, and before you head off, check out the
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