This is the biggie! Graced by many music legends over the years this stage promises to give you the ultimate T in the Park experience.
Radio 1 Stage
The second largest stage hosts the ultimate of music cool. A place to see and be seen, a haven for those who love the here and now!
King Tut’s Wah Wah Tent
Inspired by the legendary Glasgow venue, The King Tut's Wah Wah Tent is infamous with T in the Park and is a favourite of the artists. A great representation of the bands and artists who come through the King Tut's venue almost every day of the year - check it out!
The legendary Slam Tent where you find the booming bass and top light spec creating the true nightclub atmosphere and home to the world’s best dance and electronic DJs. For the second year running dance heads will be able to spend even more time in the Slam Tent with it opening on the Friday allowing Slam to bring even more superstar DJs to Balado over the weekend. Prepare for your insides to be rumbled!
Tennent’s Lager have been supporting Scotland’s unsigned musicians through T Break for the past 20 years, giving Scotland’s freshest musical talent the opportunity to play the T Break Stage, the biggest platform for unsigned music at T in the Park.
Each year T Break’s panel of music industry expert judges listen to over 1000 entries before narrowing them down to the final 16 acts that play the T Break Stage at T in the Park over the festival weekend.
The T Break Stage has played host to many legendary performances over the years, including sets from this year’s headliners Biffy Clyro, Paolo Nutini, Snow Patrol and The LaFontaines.
For the most up-to-date information on T Break visit facebook.com/tennentstbreak or tennents.com/tbreak
Check out the T Break Stage this year, you never know, you might just catch a future headliner!
BBC Introducing Stage
BBC Introducing supports unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar music across the BBC...
Visit the BBC Introducing stage for the best unsigned, undiscovered and under the radar music, chosen from across the BBC, plus after the festival watch highlights at bbc.co.uk/tinthepark
The stage is a snapshot of new talent, sourced through the Introducing network of new music shows on the BBC’s local and national radio stations. If you're an artist or in a band, upload the music you're making and let us hear what you've got to offer. Go to bbc.co.uk/introducing and next year it could be you...