So what if Sunday saw raindrops the size of golfballs? The final day saw a line-up worth enduring any weather. Arctic Monkeys, Coldplay and Foo Fighters headlined the Main Stage over the weekend, while the rest of the fest saw the likes of Primal Scream, Pendulum, Calvin Harris, Slash, Odd Future, Diplo and Bright Eyes. It was eclectic and muddy, and turned out to be one excellent weekend. What did you lot think of it?





In case you missed it, here are a few key things that went down at T In The Park 2011: Beyonce hailed Coldplay as "some of my favourite people in the world" and brought out the Destiny's Child hits again, Bright Eyes dismissed rumours that they're calling it quits and Odd Future got bottled by a punter, so they ended their set 20 minutes early, telling the crowd "We ain't playing your motherfucking game."

We caught up with White Lies backstage, who talked about public nudity and why they think polar bears are sexy:
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We found out what weird sound The View's Kyle Falconer likes to make:
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Arctic Monkeys' Matt Helders cleared the air after his band stole Example's parking spot at Glasto:
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And Patrick Wolf showed us his favourite dance move (whilst wearing a kilt):
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Keep your eyes peeled for loads more content from T In The Park, including brand new video interviews and live reviews. Don't forget to pick up a copy of the new issue of NME next week for our full recap of the festival weekend.

T In The Park 2011 in photos

Beyonce at T In The Park 2011 - review

Arctic Monkeys at T In The Park 2011 - Review

Foo Fighters At T In The Park 2011 - Review

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