There's nothing like experiencing live music and especially if it's at Scotland's largest Festival, T in The Park. The festival kicked off last Friday and it drew the finest people up north. Our man in Scotland, Bazza Mills, was there and took some amazing pictures which you can see below.
Grant Nicholas – ‘Time Stood Still’ as the Feeder front-man wowed the crowd with songs from his debut solo album Yorktown Heights.
Dead Man Fall – Cumbernauld four-piece marked a triumphant debut with the terrific ‘Bang Your Drum’.
Sam Smith – Backed by gospel singers, Sam Smith created a sea of hands in the air during ‘Stay with Me’.
Kasabian – Serge and his band followed up last year’s colossal Hydro gig by headlining the main stage on Friday. Featuring early ‘Shoot The Runner’ set the tone for an epic set!
Seasick Steve – Pulled a huge crowd to the main stage with chants of “Stevo” ringing out between songs as Steve slugged on his vino.
Twin Atlantic – Glasgow rockers closed the Radio 1 on Saturday with the crowd singing ‘Heart And Soul’ being one of many euphoric moments.
Libertines – Piped onto stage, perhaps the band to see following their June Barrowland dates, The Libs lived up to the hype and delivered a crowd pleasing set.
St Vincent - Intriguing American musician with a sultry stage presence left everyone wanting more.
The Proclaimers – Iconic Scottish band marked the first ever T at Strathallan and belted out all the classics with a mass sing-along from the crowd that echoed across the site!
Courteeners – The charged crowd could not get enough of Liam Fray and his band and partied hard throughout the set.
Wolf Alice – Glasto conquering band sounded awesome with their blend of grungy rock.
The View – Introduced by Gary: Tank Tank Commander , the Dundee band are pretty much the band of the people and pulled a massive crowd with chants of “The View Are On Fire” erupting between songs.
Stereophonics – Front-man Kelly intimated the band will return later in the year following the release of new album ‘Save The Village’. The crowd erupted to new song ‘Cest La Vie’ with ‘Indian Summer’ inspiring hope of some much needed sunshine.
Noel Gallagher – One of only 3 artists to play all 3 T In The Park sites, The Chief underlined his status with a set consisting of both solo and Oasis work. ‘Don’t LookBack In Anger’ closed a memorable first ever T at Strathallan.
Words: Bazza Mills
THE CHIEF rockin' T In The Park 2015
See you next year T In The Park!!! LOL
Special thanks to Bazza for the photos as well!!