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T in the Park Festival will never return, confirms the organizer

July 12, 2019, 15:50 | Updated: July 12, 2019, 15:54

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Geoff Ellis has reportedly confirmed that the Scottish festival will not return with organizers who want to focus on TRNSMT instead.

T in The Park Festival will not return, it has been confirmed.

The biggest Scottish festival was the last since 2016, when it was forced to take a break for the first time in 23 years.

It has now been confirmed that the festival, which has featured Oasis, Biffy Clyro, Radiohead and Kasabian over the years, will not be back.

"It was a fantastic festival, but it worked," said festival head Geoff Ellis of the BBC.

"Everyone loved T and we all had a lot of fun."

"You can always look good in the past," Ellis explained. "It really was the third big festival in the UK, we have some great memories … we will always have them, and all the people we grew up with." it."

He concluded, "Now it's all about TRNSMT for us."

READ MORE: Get the stage times for the TRNSMT Festival 2019

Already in 2016, the festival announced its break in a long statement, "To the best audience in the world,

"T in the Park has been at the heart of the Scottish music scene for over 23 years, with us at our side, but unfortunately we need to take a break for the time being." We launched T in the Park with one goal in mind: to give Scottish music fans an unforgettable weekend It is an understatement to treat their friends and enjoy the best acts from all over the world and say we have done it together. "T in the Park is one of the world's best known, biggest and most popular festivals There have only been two music festivals in the UK – now there are many and T in the Park paved the way for all those who have come and gone in Scotland since then created a family and decades of wonderful memories.

"The last few years, however, have had their challenges, and against our will and despite a prolonged struggle, we had to relocate from Balado, Kinross, in 2015. This step was a mammoth task for the event and one that was made even more pertinent in preparation for the event in 2015 There were a number of burdensome site restrictions.

"When the festival was in full swing, we were informed by the Scottish government ministers that we would have to apply for a full building permit due to the presence of an unregistered but legally protected osprey." The logistical and financial constraints – the resulting planning conditions We did our best to cope with the pressure on the site by adding an additional team and fixing the traffic issues in the first year. The overall layout of the site and the continued limitations mean that the negative impact on our site Fans and the limitations to their experience are too big, we now need an inventory and a year of trying to solve the problems so we can solve them again, delivering the kind of camping festival you're used to and deserving. "

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