TRNSMT Festival announces 2021 lineup

TRNSMT 2021 dates

TRNSMT Festival announces 2021 lineup

Following the cancellation of TRNSMT 2020 the organisers have announced that they have rebooked most of the acts from the 2020 event to the 2021 festival.

They say,Over the next few weeks we will work to try to tie up those 2020 acts who haven’t been able to commit to 2021 yet or replace the few gaps in the schedule with other amazing artists.’

The full list of acts announced for TRNSMT 2021 are:

Friday 9th July features Courteeners, Ian Brown, Sam Fender, Blossoms, Yxng Bane, Inhaler, House Gospel Choir and Sports Team on the Main Stage while Little Simz, Joy Crookes, The Lathums, The Regrettes, Red Rum Club and Shambolics play the King Tut’s Stage. Playing the River Stage are The Ninth Wave, Voodoos, Gallus, Another Sky, The Mysterines, and One Nine.

Taking to the Main Stage on Saturday 10th July is Liam Gallagher, Foals, Keane, AJ Tracey, Twin Atlantic, Beabadoobee, Picture This and Vistas, and on the King Tut’s Stage is Jimmy Eat World, Declan Welsh & The Decadent West, Dylan John Thomas, The Murder Capital, Georgia, Miraa May and Mike McKenzie. On the River Stage; Orla Gartland, Rascalton, Pip Blom, The Hara, Vukovi, Spyres and St Martiins.

Bringing the festival to a close on Sunday 11th July, the Main Stage line-up includes Lewis Capaldi, Snow Patrol, Rita Ora, Amy Macdonald, Declan McKenna, Jay1 and Sea Girls, while the King Tut’s Stage will feature Loyle Carner, Joesef, Ash, Ryan McMullan, Ms Banks, Kawala, Lyra and Tamzene. Playing the River Stage are Saint PHNX, Chloe Moriondo, Aaron Smith, Charlotte, David Keenan, Luke La Volpe and Sara ‘N’ Junbug.

Fans who have purchased tickets for the 2020 event can carry these tickets over to TRNSMT 2021 – this will happen automatically. Anyone wishing a refund should contact the point of purchase.Find out more on the festival website.

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