Extended performances from T in the Park 2016
First visit to Strathallan for the American rockers, and first T in a a decade.
James Murphy's ace NYC electro-punks back from retirement to rock Strathallan.
Proper raw rhythm and blues, perfect for a T Sunday afternoon.
Epic trance anthems for the Sunday night insomniacs.
Bringing his ace new album to the rapturous Radio 1 Stage crowd.
The punk two-piece with crazy energy levels rip up the Main Stage.
A welcome return to the T Main Stage for the Warp Records post-punkers.
No holding back as James leads a rapturous Sunday sing-song on the Main Stage.
Bringing the big bass to the Sunday Main Stage.
First ever T for young pop singer with East European roots.
The Mad Decent boss brings his collection of bangers and the Tut's Tent goes off.
Gorgeous vocals straight from the heart - a unique talent.
Craig David brings Miami beach party vibes to Strathallan Castle.
California garage punk energy brightening up Strathallan Castle Sunday.
Frank brings his punky brand of soul-bearing songwriter folk to Strathallan.
Calvin knows what the home crowd wants. And yes, he delivers...it goes off!
Not a dry eye in the house as Fran Healy leads the Tut's singalong.
Van McCann returns to rock Strathallan with a sackful of new tunes.
BBC Introducing's big success story shows off his one-man powerhouse on the Main Stage.
Up-and-coming Scottish rockers warming up the home crowd nicely.
The Turner/Kane supergroup makes its first visit to Strathallan.
The York Britpoppers back at T, firm favourites with the Scottish crowd.
Conquering the pop charts, and now Strathallan Castle.
Still going strong: Belfast's finest original punk rockers.