Sunny End To T In The Parkby Contributor | 08 July 2007
After a miserable start festival-goers in Kinross have been rewarded with excellent weather for the second half of this year's T in the Park.
Heavy rain made car parks so boggy on Friday night they had to be shut and it was only halfway through yesterday that the sun finally appeared to save the day.
Music fans used a specially laid on shuttle bus to get to the event, where they enjoyed performances from Reverend and the Makers, James Morrison, Attic Lights and Kate Nash on Saturday.
Festival director Geoff Ellis said: "We've had a great Friday and Saturday and with the sun beaming down on us today, the festival is set to end on a high note.
"Last night's headline performances were all phenomenal with Brian Wilson and the Killers both saying it was one of the best gigs they've ever played."
Tonight's line-up takes on a distinctly Scottish flavour, with Paolo Nutini, Snow Patrol, Biffy Clyro and the Cinematics on stage. Meanwhile, the View's headline act in the King Tut's tent appears to be getting people talking.