Kasabian declare T in the Park to be ’empire’, from the Main Stage, Sunday
Kasabian bring T in the Park to a close, Main Stage, Sunday
Serge proudly tells the crowd ‘you survived’. Main Stage, Sunday
Literal fireworks, to ‘Fire’. T In The Park, Sunday
Kasabian dedicate a track to “anyone who seen us at King Tut’s in 2004”, Main Stage, Sunday
Mucky pup. T In The Park, Sunday
Nicki Minaj, dressed sensibly for once. Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
Swedish House Mafia play their last-ever Scottish show, Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
Swedish House Mafia mix pyrotechnics with musical bangers, Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
Swedish House Mafia play the Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
You’ll need more than a batmobile to get out of that mud. T In The Park, Sunday
Bez brings his A-game. Happy Mondays, Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
Shaun Ryder multi-tasks with a smoke and the mic. Happy Mondays, Radio 1/NME Stage, Sunday
Bombay Bicycle Club play the Main Stage, Sunday
The crowd looking noticeably more bedraggled by now. T In The Park, Sunday
Fred shows how high he can count. Spector, Transmissions Stage, Sunday
Howler go for it on the Transmissions Stage, Sunday
Photo opportunity! Howler, Transmissions Stage, Sunday
Can we have your attention at the back, please? Howler, Transmissions Stage, Sunday
Zulu Winter play Transmissions Stage, Sunday
The Enemy play King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Sunday
Miles Kane performs at King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Sunday
One last hurrah. T In The Park, Sunday
Band Of Skulls play Transmissions Stage, Sunday
Style it out, guys. T In The Park, Sunday
Opening their set with ‘I Wanna Be Adored’, the Stone Roses playlist includes a hat-tip to the Beatles during ‘Fools Gold’, as John Squire drops a few bars of ‘Day Tripper’ in towards the end. Mani just focuses on getting his bit right.
The Stone Roses, Main Stage, Saturday
Headlining Saturday night, the Stone Roses play their first Scottish show in 17 years. John Squire looks delighted about it.
Oh na na, what’s my name. Hang on, it’s in neon hanging in front of me.
David Guetta demonstrates his patented ‘letting your deodorant dry’ dance move to the Friday crowd.
Skream fans at the Slam Tent walk a fine line between having fun and trying not to get sick.
Skream lights up the Slam Tent on Saturday and tries to stop his headphones falling off.
Noel Gallagher entertains the Main Stage, Saturday
Two Door Cinema Club’s Alex Trimble tries to remember where he left his wallet backstage.
Two Door Cinema club play through the rain from the Radio One/NME stage on Saturday.
Two Door Cinema Club experiment with a new ‘backs-to-the-audience’ set-up.
If it doesn’t work out for The Vaccines at least there’s always a job as a barman waiting for them.
What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? Better weather, frankly.
One quarter of The Vaccines faces the crowd, Main Stage, Saturday.
Vaccines bassist Árni tries to see if the Ferris Wheel is free for a go after their set.
The Vaccines’ appearance at T in the Park comes ahead of forthcoming album ‘The Vaccines Come Of Age’, which is released on September 3.
The crowd at the Main Stage don’t seem to mind the weather. One’s even brought a yellow duck for company.
The Vaccines wait glamourously by the Main Stage.
The Vaccines shelter inefficiently from the rain.
Wellies are the order of the day on Saturday.
The Maccabees light up King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Saturday
The Maccabees have a quick chat mid-set on Saturday.
The Maccabees search for lead singer Orlando on the main stage, Saturday.
The Courteeners had brought their sunglasses along for the weekend, and were determined to get good wear out of them.
The Courteeners play the Radio 1/NME Stage, Saturday
The Courteeners manage to keep the rain off before playing on Saturday.
These two lasses can’t get enough of the Saturday vibes.
A discerning fan showcases his newest boutique libation.
Enter Shikari sensibly wear hoods and jackets on the Radio 1/NME Stage, Saturday
Dodgy curry last night then, Enter Shikari?
The crowd outside the Radio 1/NME Stage on Saturday have settled in for the afternoon.
Enter Shikari stretch out their hamstrings, Saturday.
Enter Shikari look glum, Saturday
Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes gives King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent what for, Saturday
Alt-J play King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Saturday
Alt-J do a good line in standing outside in the rain, Saturday
Gary Lightbody leads the crowd in a massive rendition of ‘Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes’ on the Main Stage, Friday
If we’re all Gary Lightbody, then we’ve certainly been doing things all wrong. Friday, T In The Park
Gary Lightbody checks that his breath is still minty fresh. Main Stage, Friday
In high spirits, Friday, T In The Park
Florence celebrates the three year anniversary of ‘Lungs’ by playing a rare track from her debut- ‘Between Two Lungs’.
Hey, guys! The camera’s over here! The Friday crowd are more interested in the stage than the lens.
Florence makes waiting for a bus look chic.
Florence’s ardent fans had run out of paint before they got to paint the last ‘e’ on their sign.
Florence indicates exactly where she’d like fans to raise it.
Backed by art-deco projections, Florence celebrates the three-year anniversary of her debut album ‘Lungs’.
Friday, the first of many elegant T In The Park rain ponchos.
Ricky Wilson stubs his toe onstage on the Main Stage, Friday.
Pulled Apart By Horses are almost Pulled Apart By Fans, Transmissions Stage, Friday
The young man in the front is missing half his sunglasses. We don’t think he minds. Friday, T In The Park
Tribes are in flying form, Friday
Could this be the start of something beautiful? Friday, T In The Park
Pulled Apart By Horses play the Transmissions Stage, Friday
Just in case you forget which festival you’re at. Friday, T In The Park
Now’s not the time for a lie-down! Friday, T In The Park
Tinie Tempah points the way to his aunt’s house, Radio 1/NME Stage, Friday
Bo Selecta! Friday, T In The Park
The Cribs play King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
What’s that girl seen? Friday, T In The Park
The Jarman brothers tear down King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
The Cribs, King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
Phones 4 u fans? Friday, T In The Park
You’d think Ryan could afford some new jeans. The Cribs, King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
New Order play King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
New Order, King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
Pulled Apart By Horses get into the festival spirit, Friday
It’s one way to get around, we suppose. Friday, T In The Park
Labrinth, come in! King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
It’s ‘T’, not ‘V’ silly. Friday, T In The Park
Tribes take it to the barriers, Transmissions Stage, Friday
Tribes play Transmissions Stage, Friday
Friday punters, T In The Park
That’s quite a hat, Tribes.
There’s one happy face. Friday, T In The Park
Dot Rotten shows off his knowledge of the sign language alphabet. King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
Call me, maybe? Friday, T In The Park
Dot Rotten plays King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent, Friday
White dresses at a festival? Ambitious. Friday, T In The Park
The calm before the storm. Friday, T In The Park
Girls, we hope you’re not fighting over his love. Friday, T In The Park
Happy families. Friday, T In The Park
They won’t be so fresh-faced come Sunday. Friday, T In The Park
The lovely Help Team. Friday, T In The Park
The crowds arrive at T In The Park. The first night witnesses performances from Snow Patrol, New Order, Florence And The Machine.
Tinie Tempah will headline the NME/Radio 1 Stage on Friday, with Professor Green, Olly Murs, The Temper Trap and Feeder also set to play the stage.
New Order headline the festival’s Slam Tent, with The Cribs, Labrinth, Miike Snow, Dot Rotten, Cher Lloyd and The Blackout also booked to play across the day.
Check out our six must-see bands at T In The Park 2012.
The weather forecast is not great, but conditions are looking good so far, with not too much mud underfoot.
T In The Park 2012: it begins.