T in the Park bosses have promised to liaise with the local community in a bid to iron out concerns over its new home at Strathallan Castle next year.
Although the unseasonably dreich weather has put paid to a number of high-profile events across Perthshire, Scotland's biggest music festival is proving to be waterproof.
Musicians from around the world will be in Glasgow over the next 18 days for the Celtic Connections festival.
Forecasters may be predicting a wet weekend, but the outlook is bright at Balado, near Kinross.
Against all the forecasts, T in the Park 2012 began in glorious sunshine with not a drop of rain in sight.
Mud from the drenched site of T in the Park would have been found in all parts of the country as thousands of revellers made a mass exodus from the music festival on Monday.
With only a small number of arrests and no major incidents, Tayside Police hailed this year's T in the Park festival a resounding success.
Thousands of music fans heading for the T in the Park festival are being warned to expect rain over the weekend.