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In pictures: T in the Park
Revellers at T in the Park
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After a cloudy start the festival was bathed in sunshine and organisers handed out sunscreen to revellers
Craig and Charlie Reid of the Proclaimers
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Craig and Charlie Reid of the Proclaimers were one of the opening acts at T in the Park near Balado in Scotland
Lead singer of REM Michael Stipe
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Rock giants REM head-lined the opening day, with Coldplay due to bring it to a close on Sunday
Singer Nina Persson, of The Cardigans
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Singer Nina Persson, of The Cardigans, on stage in front of a sell-out 55,000 crowd
The Flaming Lips
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The Flaming Lips stepped in for The White Stripes who pulled out at the last minute
Keith Flint
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Kieth Flint, from the Prodigy, the was one of 120 acts to play on nine stages.
Bird's eye view of T in the Park
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As the festival marked its 10th year, organiser Geoff Ellis said it had not peaked yet and had years to go
Jack McConnell with band
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Scotland's First Minister Jack McConnell chills with festival band Grim Northern Social
Crowd
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Getting into the spirit - festival goers at T in the Park
Vivienne Taylor
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Vivienne Taylor from Inverness stays cool in the summer heat
Ian McCulloch
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Ian McCulloch hears echoes all around as he performs at Scotland's biggest music festival
Justin Hawkins
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Justin Hawkins, the lead singer of The Darkness, performs before the 55,000 crowd





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12 Jul 03  |  Scotland



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