So T in the Park is over for another year and yet again many stories have developed at Scotland's premier music event.

Meantime the majority of the acts appearing also traveled to Ireland for Oxegen.

The Who continued their run of outdoor gigs in the UK this summer, following up their appearance at Hyde Park Calling last weekend and Wireless in June with a headline spot at both events.

As the legendary rockers were bringing T to a close, Oxegen had the dilemma of the Chilis or Weller, The latter is said to have gone down a storm with a set packed with classics.

Some of the other highlights as far as news to come out of the weekend include:

The Chili's covering the Bee Gees and Hard-Fi the White Stripes.

Kasabian added at the last minute and wowing the T and Oxegen crowds with new material from their forth-coming 'Empire' album.

Arctic Monkeys new line-up making its UK festival debut on the day tabloids report their former bass player wants to return.

Franz Ferdinand welcoming a dozen drummers on stage during their set.

A world record attempt as Lord Of The Rings actor Billy Boyd and El Presidente drummer Dawn Zhu encouraged the entire festival site to drum with them on whatever they could lay their hands on. This was to raise awareness for the Christian Aid Beat Goes On Campaign.

Lily Allen finding out she's number one while on stage.

The festival credited as being carbon neutral.

T in the Park organizers report that crime is down significantly on previous year. Festival boss Geoff Ellis commented: "We'd like to praise the fans for making this the best T in the Park so far."

Meanwhile over in Ireland, despite a number of drug seizures by the police over the course of the weekend, crime was kept to a minimum overall.

Tickets for next year's festival go on sale this Tuesday (July 11) at 9am for a limited time. There is no indication as to who might be appearing in 2007 yet. For prices and booking details
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Check our live pages for more from the weekend in the coming days. Next week we will be at Bloodstock Open Air, Guilfest and the Summercase Festival in Barcelona.