The organiser of T in a Park has told Newsbeat a eventuality won’t ever be entrance back.
“It was an extraordinary festival, though it ran a course,” says Geoff Ellis.
T in a Park, that was Scotland’s biggest festival, final took place in 2016 before being put on reason a following year since of problems during a new site.
“Everyone desired T and we all had good fun doing it,” says Geoff.
Geoff Ellis was vocalization forward of this year’s TRNSMT festival, that is now in a third year and is put on by his association DF Concerts.
It has prolonged been speculated that TRNSMT was a deputy for T in a Park, though a long-term destiny of a eventuality has never been confirmed.
“You can always demeanour fondly on a past,” explains Geoff Ellis.
“It was unequivocally a third vital festival in a UK. We’ve got some good memories…we’ll always have them and so will all a people who grew adult with it.”
The initial 3 editions of T in a Park were hold during Strathclyde Park, nearby Hamilton in Lanarkshire, before it changed to Balado in Perth and Kinross.
It stayed there until 2015 when a festival changed to Strathallan after “substantial” concerns were lifted about an oil tube that ran underneath a site.
Promoters pronounced this led to “continued restrictions” that had a “negative impact” on festival-goers.
The 2015 eventuality drew a largest series of complaints and disastrous comments in T in a Park’s history, with “significant trade congestion” highlighted.
Two teenagers died during 2016’s festival in apart incidents, while witnesses reported fights and drug holding in a camping area.
After putting a eventuality to rest, Geoff Ellis says “it’s all about TRNSMT for us now”.
“Things pierce on and we keep creating.
“The festival scene’s really, unequivocally healthy these days and it’s good to still be among it.”
Fans have reacted sadly to a news.
Even if they seem a small unsurprised.
But, they’ll always have a good times.