TRNSMT Festival will return for its main festival weekend from Friday 29th June to Sunday 1st July 2018, with a further two shows taking place the following weekend on Friday 6th and Sunday 8th July 2018, all still at Glasgow Green.
Confirmed so far are :-
Friday 29th June: Stereophonics, The Script, James Bay, Kodaline, and Jessie J, and many more.
Saturday 30th June: Liam Gallagher, Courteeners, Wolf Alice, Gerry Cinnamon, Krept & Konan, and The LaFontaines, and many more.
Sunday 1st July: Arctic Monkeys, Interpol, Blossoms, Nothing But Thieves, Declan McKenna, Miles Kane, Tom Grennan, and many more.
Friday 6th July: Queen with Adam Lambert, Texas, Alabama 3, The Darkness, The Temperance Movement, and many more.
Sunday 8th July: The Killers, CHVRCHES, Franz Ferdinand, Friendly Fires, Jessie Ware, Lewis Capaldi, Hudson Taylor, and many more.
For the full line-up details please see the line-up page.
Tickets are on sale priced as follows:-
1 DAY - £59.50
2 DAY - £115
3 DAY - £155
5 DAY - £250
No Under 5s. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult aged 21 and over.
all days: doors open midday, curfew 11pm.
Don’t bring a bag unless it’s essential. If you do bring a bag, you will be asked to join a separate line for searching and you will be delayed. Bags bigger than an A3 sheet won’t be permitted.
If you have a guardianship form or accessible ticket, please use the EAST entrance.
The following items are not allowed on site: flares, fireworks or smoke emitting devices, drugs, bags bigger than A3 size, weapons, umbrellas, drones, professional cameras or cameras with removable lens, glass, folding or inflatable chairs, laser pens, selfie sticks.
Glasgow Green can be accessed from 5 ScotRail stations, all within a 20 minute walk: Glasgow Central, Queen St, High St, Argyle St, and Bridgeton.
There is no camping at this festival. There are plenty of accommodation options in the area.
There'll be more information here when available.
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