The Killers headline the final day of T in the Park
The Killers have brought Scotland's largest festival, T In The Park, to a close.
The Las Vegas band played a set including hit singles such as Human, Somebody Told Me and Mr Brightside.
85,000 people attended the three-day event at Balado airfield in Kinross.
Police Scotland said 91 people had been arrested since the campsite opened on Thursday and were mainly for minor drugs offences and petty crimes.
Event commander, Superintendent Rick Dunkerley, said: "It's been another tremendous event from a policing perspective.
"While arrests are up on last year, this is due to the proactive efforts of our police officers who worked closely with stewards to ensure it was a safe and enjoyable event."
During the event, police had given warnings about so-called Green Rolex pills which they believed were being wrongly sold as ecstasy.
The tablets had been linked to the deaths of seven people in the west of Scotland last week.
Supt Dunkerley added: "The majority of the crimes recorded were for minor drugs related offences and petty crimes.
"The fact that there were no signs of the fake ecstasy tablets at the event is in part testament to the extensive pre-event messaging and work carried out in collaboration with the festival organisers."
Meanwhile, more than 1,000 people needed treatment at the medical tent, mainly suffering from effects related to the hot weather.
Music-wise, Sunday's line-up was completed by David Guetta, who headlined the Radio 1 stage, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, who played the King Tut's Wah Wah Tent.
Other acts to appear on Sunday included Two Door Cinema Club, Rita Ora, Editors and Labrinth.
One of the big draws of the day were Bastille who finished their set with their hit Pompeii.
Lead singer Dan Smith was celebrating his birthday and his bandmates encouraged the crowd at the Radio 1 stage to sing happy birthday to him.
Producer duo Disclosure, whose debut album Settle recently went to number one, packed out the King Tut's Wah Wah Tent.
They brought on Aluna from AlunaGeorge for White Noise before ending the set with vocalist Sam Smith on hit single Latch.
Fans from across the world descended on Balado for the festival, including 18-year-old Conor MacMan from North Carolina in the US.
He said: "It's awesome. Calvin Harris was great. His light show, the drops, the mosh pits, all of it."
There was a strong representation of Scottish acts across the weekend from bands such as Frightened Rabbit and Twin Atlantic to veterans such as The Proclaimers and Deacon Blue.
Jane Sheddon, 26, said: "I like Twin Atlantic because you can really hear the Scottish accent when they're singing and I love that."
The hot weather marked a huge change from 2012's festival when heavy rain turned the site into a mud pit.
Festival director Geoff Ellis said: "It's been an incredible year, what a way to celebrate our 20th."
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