new Queen Tut's Stage for TRNSMT 2019

some of the best emerging female acts the country has to offer

published: Thu 6th Jun 2019

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TRNSMT Festival which takes place at Glasgow Green from Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July 2019, has announced a new Queen Tut's Stage, which they say is set to pave the way for a new generation of female headliners, with organisers DF Concerts committed to breaking down the ‘Gender Play Gap’ at the event.  DF Concerts are also delighted Scottish Women Inventing Music (SWIM) will be onsite raising awareness of the organisation across the weekend.

The Queen Tut's Stage lineup over the weekend is:-
Friday: Lauren Spiteri, Lunir, St Martiins, Cara Rose, Chlobocop, Scarlett Randle.
Saturday: Zoe Graham, Crystal, Sahara, Tongue Trap, Wet Look, Swim School.
Sunday: The Eves, Zoee, Tamzene, Stephanie Cheape, Deni Smith, Baby Taylah, plus a competition winner to be confirmed.

SWIM is a community of music creators and industry professionals who identify as female, and welcome non-binary, trans, queer women. The organisation is committed to achieving a level playing field for women, pushing for gender equality across the music industry, which includes musicians, DJs, composers, photographers, journalists and tech staff. Across the weekend festival goers will have the chance to hear more about their important work and donate to support their mission.  

Speaking about the new stage at TRNSMT Festival, DF Concerts’ Aarti Joshi said: “The Queen Tut’s Stage is a very important addition to TRNSMT Festival. As a company, we are committed to helping to close the gender play gap and at TRNSMT specifically, we have focussed on providing a platform for core female acts at a grassroots level to help them become the bill toppers of the future. Of course, as an industry, we have a long way to go but we feel this is a real step in the right direction. With what will now be three stages of exceptional music to choose from, TRNSMT fans have a lot to look forward to and we’re very excited about artists like ST.MARTiiNS, Cara Rose, Scarlett Randle, and Chlobocop to name a few - the talent on our doorstep is of such an incredible level and we’re looking forward to celebrating from 12-14 July at Glasgow Green”. 

Hilary Brooks (SWIM Founder) said: “Scottish Women Inventing Music is a grassroots organisation partly inspired by KEYCHANGE, the international music initiative pledging 50:50 gender representation on festival and concert stages by 2022. I’m delighted that DF Concerts have invited SWIM this year to promote, celebrate and support women artists at TRNSMT and to fuel the discussion of creating a more equal and collaborative industry.

The announcement follows the success of the sold-out Queen Tut’s event back in March that saw the legendary venue King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut renamed in celebration of International Women’s Day. The new stage will give TRNSMT Festival fans the opportunity to check out some of the best emerging female acts the country has to offer across three days of incredible live music. 

Acts at TRNSMT include Stormzy, Catfish and the Bottlemen, George Ezra, Gerry Cinnamon, Snow Patrol plus Richard Ashcroft, Jess Glynne, Sigrid, Mabel, Sam Fender, Jade Bird, Catherine McGrath, and many more. For the details as available please see the line-up page.

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any one day: £59.95
any two days: £105
three days: £155



buy tickets now > Friday 12th to Sunday 14th July 2019
Glasgow Green, Glasgow, G1 5DB, Scotland MAP
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accommodation
£155 3 days; £105 2 days; £59.95 one day
daily capacity: 50000
last updated: Thu 13th Jun 2019


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