Courteeners Ian Brown Sam Fender Blossoms AJ Tracey Yxng Bane Inhaler House Gospel Choir Sports Team Little Simz Joy Crookes The Lathums Griff Holly Humberstone BERWYN Red Rum Club Shambolics The Ninth Wave Walt Disco VLURE Gallus Another Sky The Mysterines One Nine Liam Gallagher Primal Scream Keane KSI Twin Atlantic Picture This Sea Girls Vistas Nathan Evans Becky Hill Declan Welsh & The Decadent West Dylan John Thomas The Murder Capital Georgia Miraa May Voodoos Mike McKenzie Lucia + The Best Boys Baby Queen Chubby & The Gang Charlotte Jane THE HARA Spyres Theo Bleak The Chemical Brothers Snow Patrol Dermot Kennedy Amy Macdonald Declan McKenna Jay1 Ella Eyre LYRA Tom Odell Josef Ash Ryan McMullan Ms Banks Kawala Luke La Volpe Tamzene Saint PHNX Pip Blom Aaron Smith VUKOVI David Keenan Lucy Blue Sara 'N' Junbug

About the festival

TRNSMT 2021 sees the Scottish rock and indie festival return to Glasgow Green from 10th-12th September 2021 after a year off, one again showcasing an incredible weekend that'll feature some of music's biggest artists,  Liam Gallagher, The Chemical Brothers and Courteeners, who'll headline TRNSMT Festival's 2021 lineup.

Now one of Scotland and the UK's most popular music festivals, TRNSMT is promising to "celebrate like never before" in September 2021 as it makes up for lost time. Amongst those confirmed to be joining the three headliners are Primal Scream, Ian Brown, Snow Patrol, Keane, AJ Tracey, Sam Fender, who will all return to the festival after its year off. 

Since its inception in 2017 when it took up the mantle left by T in the Park, TRNSMT has brought a long list of musical superstars to a country famous for its raucous crowds, including the Arctic Monkeys, Radiohead, Kasabian, Biffy Clyro, The Killers, Lewis Capaldi and Liam Gallagher. 

But TRNSMT doesn't just showcase A-listers. Spreading its lineup over multiple stages, TRNSMT is also a great place to catch some great underground talent in the rock and indie scene, all going down over on its King Tut's Stage, which prides itself on showcasing the best emerging talent.

Those keen for keeping the party going are also in luck. Glasgow is a city full of great bars and clubs to check out on the main festival has finished, and the centre is within east distance of Glasgow Green. There'll also be a number of official afterparties too. 

And if you're in Glasgow for a few days, this is the perfect opportunity check out some of the city's incredible culture. The city's many breweries – WEST Brewery, Clockwork Beer Co. and Drygate – are just three worth checking out, while art fans should take a stroll and explore the city's Public Art Trail and Street Mural Trail.

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