T In The Park 2017 is CANCELLED: Is an osprey's bird nest seriously to blame?
Fans were left reeling by the shock news that one of the UK's biggest music festivals will not take place next year.
The organisers released an official statement thanking "the best audience in the world" for their support.
The statement seems to place the blame on ongoing negotiations over planning permission after the Scottish Government took action to protect an osprey's nest that was on the festival site.
T IN THE PARK OFFICIAL STATEMENT:
To the best audience in the world,
For over 23 years, T in the Park has been at the heart of Scotland’s music scene – with you, by our... read more
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