Fans are sharing their memories of the first ever T In The Park.
The Scottish festival grew to become one of the biggest in Europe, with around 100,000 people descending on the Balado site at its peak.
Ending two years ago, T In The Park had rather more humble origins, with the anniversary sending fans tumbling down memory lane.
Originally launching at Strathclyde Park, the first edition boasted sets from Rage Against The Machine, Cypress Hill, Blur, and a pivotal slot from Oasis at King Tut's Wah Wah Tent.
Bjork played T In The Park, while other sets included Teenage Fanclub, Paul Oakenfold, and the Saw Doctors.
Due to timing difficulties Rage Against The Machine and Cypress Hill actually played three songs together onstage - oh to have caught that...
Fans are busy reminiscing...
25 years since the original T in the Park pic.twitter.com/SOPksHSNaP— Paul Trainer (@PaulTrainerPT) July 29, 2019
On July 31st 1994, Oasis played at the first 'T In The Park' in Hamilton, Scotland.— Latest Oasis News (@scyhodotcom) July 31, 2019
They played in the King Tuts Wah Wah tent.
Bring It On Down
Up In The Sky
Cigarettes & Alcohol
I Am The Walrus pic.twitter.com/xqj4Zxkv91
25 years ago today #Scotland had its first ever T in the Park! Headliners included Del Amitri, Bjork & Rage against the Machine. Blur got a look in, but look how unknown Oasis were! #feelingold #tinthepark #music pic.twitter.com/16H3db1Tm4— Hayley (@HayleyScottie) July 31, 2019
The very first T In The Park festival took place 25 years ago today, and Del Amitri were there! Were you?— Del Amitri (@DelAmitri) July 30, 2019
Check them out playing 'Stone Cold Sober' in Strathclyde Park. pic.twitter.com/4DvYPXmNcV
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