FESTIVAL-GOERS braved one of the muddiest T in the Parks in recent years to make the three-day event a success.
Music fans faced acres of mud to get around the rain-soaked Balado site, but it did nothing to dampen the spirits of revellers who enjoyed sets from Snow Patrol, The Stone Roses and Kasabian.
Festival Director Geoff Ellis said: "Our team worked extremely hard to keep things on track, which was no mean feat.
"The overwhelming response from those that were here was that, regardless of the rain, they had an absolutely amazing time.
"The sense of camaraderie was obvious."
This year's event, the 19th, saw the first T in the Park performances for Scots singer Emilie Sande and American performer Nikki Minaj.
But the main event of the weekend was the chance to see The Stone Roses play their first Scottish show with their original line-up since performing at Glasgow Green in 1990.
Engineer Steve Creanor, 30, went to the festival just to see the band. He said: "This is a historic moment."
Some revellers, however, left because of the mud before before the headline acts came on.
Sarah Ross, from Shawlands, said: "We've had enough.
"It's been great but it's rained all day, our tent is swimming and we're covered in mud."
Superintendent Rick Dunkerley, event police commander, said music fans had behaved well at this year's event.
By Sunday morning officers had made a total of 26 arrests with low-evel crime counting for the majority of incidents and drug offences for about 75% of all crime.