Neon tutus, mullets and leg warmers at the ready – Rewind Scotland, the 80s festival, is returning to Perth by popular demand.
Despite what many critics have said about recent line-ups, site planning, traffic problems and audience behaviour; T in the Park has been a real force for good and set the benchmark for Scottish festivals and events across the UK.
As the biggest music festival in the land bows out for 2017 and Scotland's youth works out what to do with itself next summer, we've canvassed The Courier's T in the Park veterans to bring you a few of our fondest memories from its 23 year history.
It has been four years since The Saw Doctors last toured, the longest break in their 29-year existence.
Perth Concert Hall’s fourth season of Perth Piano Sundays launches this weekend with a UK exclusive concert programme from American pianist Jeremy Denk, renowned as one of the most exciting and creative artists of our time.
One of Scotland’s best-loved folk music weekends began on Friday with a celebration of a Blairgowrie woman who sang for a Pope, US president, and the Queen.
“Has this bloke got fans or what!” declared the Top of the Pops presenter as John Otway was introduced to a national TV audience in 2002.
A massive clean-up operation is underway after this year’s T in the Park drew to a close at the Strathallan Castle site in Perthshire.
There was a point during Beyonce’s gig at Hampden on Thursday where the words ‘God is God, I Am Not’ appeared on the big screen.
The fightback against the elements has begun at T in the Park after torrential downpours turned the Strathallan site into a bit of a mudbath.