Sat 12 July 2008, The Herald

T in the Park 2008

FRIDAY 4.30pm: There's a thump of bass from behind the fence and the sight of a Big Wheel spinning round as we head up to the gates for the 15th T in the Park. Friday night is music night at least for the campers who have already made their way to Balado near Kinross. For the first time, five stages are up and running early, before the day-ticket crowds arrive on Saturday morning. Yes, it's the 15th festival, but at the moment we're only thinking about firsts. The first sunshine to warm the back of our necks - and we're not even out of the car park. The first raindrops to wet the top of our heads - and we're not even out of the car park. A few steps on, the first Wellington boot sitting alone, upright and abandoned and, not far away, the first of many costumed punters who've made a special effort to wear the most attention-grabbing, the least weather-sensible attire possible. First up: a pair of female angels and a bloke in a home-made Hawaiian skirt.
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