It’s coming . . . .

Scotland’s biggest and best music festival is set to make a dramatic return next weekend for it’s 18th ceonsecutive year.

Boasting some of music’s biggest heavyweights as part of their stellar line-up including headliners Kasabian, Snow Patrol and the much-anticipated, newly reformed The Stone Roses, T In The Park 2012 is undoubtedly the place to be this July.

Despite disappointing ticket sales this year and Babyshamble’s frontman, Peter Doherty cancelling his slot just this week, T In The Park is still one of the most anticipated festivals on offer here in the UK.

Organiser Geoff Ellis has booked some of the best bands music has to offer at the moment with a perfect combination of emerging and established talent: The Vaccines, New Order, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Nicki Minaj, Kaiser Chiefs, Florence + The Machine and Jessie J are all set to perform at this year’s T 2012.

And, no T In The Park line -up would be complete without a healthy dose of homegrown talent and this year is certainly no exception; fresh from the June release of her third album, “Life In A Beautiful Light”, Amy MacDonald is booked for Balado with Emeli Sande, Nina Nesbitt and Scotland’s hottest newcomer, Carly Connor all set to join her in flying the saltire for Scotland.

Dundee-based band, The View, who release their fourth studio album, “Cheeky For A Reason” on Monday 9th July were added to the bill just this morning, much to the delight of festival revellers.

Even those of a pop persuasion are being catered for with McFly and Cher Lloyd shceduled to perform.

Festival Season has been plagued with some very unfortunate weather; both Download 2012 and Isle Of Wight experienced heavy rainfall and inevitable flooding but Balado is shaping up to be an unmissable event this summer . . . come rain, shine or snow (well, it IS Scotland!)