The first batch of tickets for next year’s T in the Park was snapped up by fans in a matter of minutes.
Early bird passes for the 2016 festival went on sale at 9.30am on Friday and sold out in next to no time.
The online scramble followed the announcement earlier this week that The Stone Roses will headline the first night.
Festival boss Geoff Ellis said: “The Stone Roses are a truly iconic band and we’re thrilled to be welcoming them back to T in the Park.
“There’s obviously a lot of excitement about their performance and further tickets will be released at a later date.
“We are working hard on the rest of the line-up and we can’t wait to see all the T in the Park fans next July.”
Mr Ellis urged fans to keep an eye out for more announcements over the coming months.
An incentive deal was offered to fans, inviting them to pay a £50 deposit and pay off the rest of the ticket price in instalments.
Organisers will still need to secure a public entertainment licence before the show can go ahead at Strathallan Castle.
A multi-agency assessment of this summer’s show will be delivered to Perth and Kinross Council’s licencing committee in the coming weeks.
The festival’s Strathallan debut was marred by traffic problems, which organisers have pledged to fix for next year’s event.
Even headline act Noel Gallagher said he was stuck in traffic for more than an hour.
He said: “The gig was great. The arena you play in was on a par with all the others, but the access in and out of it, someone has got to do something about that because that can’t be allowed to go on.”
The festival is expected to get a further sales boost from Stone Roses fans who tried and failed to get tickets for their comeback shows in Manchester.
Two shows scheduled for the city’s Etihad Stadium in June sold out in just seconds on Friday morning, organisers said.