THE line-up for the first ever T in the Park – which took place 27 years ago today – was an impressive bill.

Bjork, Blur, Oasis, Pulp, Rage Against the Machine and the Manic Street Preachers all took part, in addition to Crowded House, Cypress Hill, Del Amitri, Primal Scream and more….

The music festival, named after its sponsor, Tennents, ran over two days – July 30 and 31, 1994 – and was organised by DF Concerts at Strathclyde Park.

Glasgow Times: Bjork, who played at the first T in the Park in 1994

At the time, there were hardly any regular music festivals in the UK – T in the Park paved the way for many, many more.

Festival-goers could choose between the main stage and the King Tut’s Tent, and later, the Caledonia Stage (which went on to become T-Break) was introduced to showcase up and coming new bands. Glass Onion was one such act – better known now as Travis…

Glasgow Times: Justin Currie of Del Amitri in July 1994 at T in the Park

The event moved to Balado from 1997 until 2014 and then in 2015 it was held in Strathallan Park in Perthshire, before ending in 2016.

Glasgow Times: Manic Street Preachers, T in the Park, 1996.

In a goodbye message to fans on the website, organisers said: “We launched T in the Park with one aim: to give Scottish music fans an unforgettable weekend with their friends enjoying the best acts from around the globe. And to say we achieved this together is an understatement. T in the Park has become one of the best known, biggest and most loved festivals in the world.

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“We created more than just a festival; we created a family and decades of wonderful memories.”

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