T in the Park 2015 is almost upon us. With epic performances from the likes of Sam Smith, Avicii and Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds to look forward to this weekend (10-12 July), getting stranded, soaked or thrown out is simply not an option.
So before you pack your wellies, make sure you are completely clued up about everything from last-minute travel updates to that all-important weather forecast.
Here is IBTimes UK's ultimate guide to Scotland's biggest music festival.
For the first time ever, the music event is being held at the Strathallan Castle estate, where it is expected to attract about 85,000 revellers per day.
Friday 10 July
- Sam Smith
- Annie Mac
- The Wombats
- The Cribs
Saturday 11 July
- The Libertines
- The Script
- George Ezra
- Jessie J
- Seasick Steve
- The LaFontaines
Sunday 12 July
- Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
- Paloma Faith
- Alabama Shakes
- James Bay
- The View
- Ella Eyre
- The Parsonage Choir
WHERE TO WATCH
Bad news: The festival will not be broadcast live.
Good news: You can catch highlights of the weekend's coverage at bbc.co.uk/tinthepark
Still don't know how you are getting there? Whether you want to fly, drive or hop on a train; preparation is key.
Citylink shuttle bus services are going directly from Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth stations to the festival. Gleneagles train station also has a T in the Park shuttle bus service that will take you there.
Increased traffic flow is expected on the A9 between the Keir Roundabout and the M90 at J12 Broxden Roundabout as well as on the A85 between Perth and Crieff, so please check these routes before you travel. Remember that for entry to the T in the Park Car Park, each person in the vehicle is required to show their festival ticket.
Why not make your trip eco-friendly by opting for a car share. Sites including gocarshare.com/festival/t-in-the-park or liftshare.com/uk/lifts/tinthepark will show you how.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you might want to pack your wellies and a waterproof trench. According to the BBC, lots of wet weather could dampen the festival spirit.
Expect outbreaks of heavy rain for most of Friday morning, which will clear up briefly in the afternoon – when temperatures reach 17 degrees – before kicking off again at 10pm.
While revellers can look forward to a little sunshine on Saturday, light-to-heavy showers will hit much of the UK on Sunday.
And don't forget...
Leave your selfie sticks, flagpoles, laughing gas, flares, fireworks, laser pens and air horns at home, because they have been banned by festival organisers.