TITP punters braved the rain for the festival's final day.

Although parts of the arena turned into a mudbath, the weather failed to dampen the spirits of the crowd.

Sunday's performances included sets from the likes of Maximo Park, LCD Soundsystem, Chase and Status and Jake Bugg.

Jake said: "I wasn’t here last year, but I played Balado twice. The first time there I spent most of time in the artists’ area, beating The View and everyone else at table tennis.

“That year I remember coming up here thinking, who are all these people in this tent waiting for? It can’t be me, I’ve only had one tune out. But they were there for me, and it was fantastic. I’ll always remember that first T gig.

“This year I’m having to get used to playing bigger stages. People are just up for it, and they have a reputation for being quite a lively crowd, so you know you have to put in a performance, and nail it.

“But I feel when I’m on stage at T In The Park, they’re always really supportive. I love playing here.”

As well as Slaves, James Bay also returned to the festival to play.

Ahead of his performance, he said: "T in the Park last year totally lived up to my expectations, and it was definitely a highlight.

"Only a short number of festivals later, we did V, and it was the last thing we did before going on a holiday for a week. My guitar started dying in the last song, so in that very moment I was just dreaming of T and how great it was.

“And when the weather’s like this, it’s an exciting challenge. In Scotland I have more confidence in playing to people in this kind of weather than anywhere else in the world.

"I think we’re just great at it. We were born in this weather; we’ll take it on. And today, we’ll give it everything like we always do.”

As the final day came to a close, fans went wild for the Red Hot Chili Peppers' headline show.

The set comprised of the band's greatest hits and tracks from their new album The Getaway.