Don’t miss Arctic Monkeys’ performance at T in the Park, tonight!

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T in the Park wrapped up another day of their 2014 festival with some big name acts.

Headlined by Calvin Harris, crowds flocked in their thousands to soak in the musical musings on stage. Even the pouring rain wasn’t enough to deter the revellers from having a boogie from within the Scottish fields.

With a line-up which also included Biffy Clyro, Rudimental and Manic Street Preachers, many are already hailing this year’s event as the best ever.

Today’s Main stage: Arctic Monkeys, Jake Bugg, Paul Weller, Bastille, Kaiser Chiefs, Kodaline, Newton Faulkner, Red Hot Chilli Peppers.

Radio One stage: Disclosure, Tinie Tempah, Above & Beyond, London Grammar, Sam Smith, Chance the Rapper, Reverend & the Makers and Inspiral Carpets.

Plus more acts including Example at the Slam Tent and King Tut’s Tent.

For those who weren’t lucky enough to get their hands on tickets, BBC Three is providing coverage of all the goings on over the weekend. Tune in to BBC Three at 10pm tonight to hear tracks from Arctic Monkeys headline performance from T in The Park.

Here’s a playlist of T In The Park’s Performances so far.

TFIOS Soundtrack (Top 5)


John Green as his best with this book, he is so funny, even for a book that talks about two kids dying. We know you watched the movie, and maybe you just downloaded the soundtrack, so, are you agree of HolaRocola’s Top 5? We do accept suggestions, cause we want to know what do you think. Hola Rocola is for everyone who loves music (good music).

Well then, enjoy.

5 STRFKR – While I’m Alive

Let’s start with something cheery, cause you know, this is supossed to be a sad list of songs.

4 Jake Bugg – Simple As This

We just love Jake Bugg.

3 Kodaline – All I Want

Just for you to know, there is a second part of this video.

2 Birdy – Not About Angels

Please, stop crying. Anyway, Birdy is such a talented woman.

1 M83 – Wait

Taken from the album ‘Hurry Up, We’re Dreaming’, is the final episode of the trilogy, the end point of the visual collaboration between M83 and Fleur & Manu that has been ongoing throughout 2012.