The frontman of Selkirk indie rock outfit Frightened Rabbit describes how it was to attend the festival in his youth and later climb up through the ranks to headline King Tut's Wah Wah tent with his band.
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.
Further to the news that DF Concerts' flagship event will take 2017 off, a video has surfaced offering solace to the millions who have poured through its gates in the last 23 years.
T in the Park has been cancelled for 2017.
DF Concerts and their representative PR group Material have confirmed news that T in the Park would 'take a year out' in 2017.
A Perth councillor has spoken of his “disappointment” that T in the Park may not be staged at Strathallan Castle next year.
T in the Park bosses are keeping tight-lipped about the future of the festival, amid growing concern that next year's show could be axed.
The families of two teenagers found dead at T in the Park have paid tribute to their loved ones.
T in the park drew to a close on Monday as the last of the somewhat bedraggled campers left the site. Our photographer Steve MacDougall was there all weekend and captured these shots.