One week from now fans will be gathering for Scotland's premier music festival, and R13 will have a writer hanging about, getting in the way, drinking loads, oh and reviewing a band or few while there.

T in the Park has been extended to three days for the first time, with Arctic Monkeys, Bloc Party, The Coral and Lily Allen taking to the Main Stage on the Friday night for those with camping tickets only.

Across the rest of the weekend the event has attracted the likes of the Killers, Snow Patrol, Razorlight, Kooks, Kasabian and My Chemical Romance to top the major stages, with a vast and diverse list of talent across the rest of the site.

The name of music legend Brian Wilson is one that leaps out from the line up, as he headlines the Pet Sounds Arena on Saturday night. Other headliners this year include The View, Queens of the Stone Age and DJ Shadow.

Over this weekend Room Thirteen will be previewing the event, as we do for all festivals we cover, with a round up of who's playing where, plus reviews or further info to help those heading to T plan the perfect festival weekend.

Part one has Friday and Saturday, with Sunday's line up coming this Sunday (July 1).

Friday July 6

Main Stage
Arctic Monkeys, spring 2007 date in Glasgow
Bloc Party 'A Weekend in the City'
Coral, Noise & Confusion 2005
Lily Allen, London date in March 2007

Futures Stage

San Sebastian
The Ads
Flood of Red
Cider Spiders

Saturday July 7

Main Stage
The Killers, Wembley Arena show in February 2007
Razorlight, R13 band profile page
Arcade Fire, Glasgow March 2007
Lostprophets, Wembley Arena April 2007
James, comeback tour 2007James Morrison
The Skids 'The Saints Are Coming - The Best Of The Skids'Saw Doctors

Radio 1/NME Stage

Kooks, Glastonbury 2007
My Chemical Romance, supporting Muse at Wembley Stadium
Amy Winehouse, Isle of Wight 2007
Babyshambles 'Down in Albion'
CSS, NME Indy Rave Tour 2007
Gogol Bordello, Leeds Festival 2006
The Thrills, 02 Wireless 2007
Little Man Tate, CD reviews
Dogs, European Tour 2007
Blood Red Shoes, Camden Crawl 2007

King Tut's Tent

The View, NME Indie Rock Tour 2007
Klaxons, NME Indie Rave Tour 2007
Jamie T 'Panic Prevention'
Satellite Party, 02 Wireless 2007
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Killers support at Wembley Arena
Long Blondes, CD reviews
Calvin Harris, Camden Crawl 2007
Camera Obscura 'Let's Get Out of This Country'Cinematics

Pet Sounds Arena

Brian Wilson official website
Rufus Wainwright, CD reviews
Bright Eyes, CD reviews
Cold War Kids, Glasgow show in May 2007Sinead O' Connor
Albert Hammond Jr 'Yours to Keep'Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars
Mr Hudson and the Library, single review
Charlotte Hatherley, Birmingham show in June 2007

Futures Stage

The Enemy, CD reviews
New Young Pony Club, Glasgow date in June 2007
The Sounds, 02 Wireless 2007The Hours
Air Traffic, CD reviews
Ghosts 'The World is Outside'
Reverend And The Makers 'Heavyweight Champion of the World'
Kate Nash, single review
Remi Nicole biog
LostAlone, Download 2007
UnkleJam 'What Am I Fighting For'

Slam Tent

DJ Shadow V Cut Chemist: review for DJ Shadow December tour 2006Dizzee Rascal
Hot Chip, Glasgow 2006 showGreen Velvet
Miss Kittin
Steve Bug
Adam Beyer
Alloy Mental

Check back on Sunday for part two, featuring a guide to the final day where headline acts include Snow Patrol, Kasabian, Queens of the Stone Age, Damien Rice, Sunshine Underground and the Wu-Tang Clan.