Another fifty artists have been added to the bill for this year’s TRNSMT festival, including local star Joesef.
The soul singer, from Glasgow’s East End, will take to the stage hot on the heels of the release of his debut album earlier this month and sold out shows at The Barrowlands.
Also added to the line-up are girl group FLO, Scots band The View and rising star Mimi Webb.
West Lothian dance music chart toppers LF System and Brit nominee Cat Burns will also perform at the Glasgow Green festival.
Geoff Ellis, Festival Director of TRNSMT said: “The lineup for TRNSMT 2023 has just got bigger with the addition of 50 more acts playing across the weekend.
“The new additions are a fantastic mix of some of the hottest artists in the UK right now, packed with BRIT Award nominated and winning acts Mimi Webb, FLO, Cat Burns and LF System as well as festival favourites Nothing But Thieves, The Wombats, and The View.
“We also have viral sensations Cian Ducrot, Nati Dreddd, and Lucy Spraggan plus so much more.
“TRNSMT has well and truly established itself as Scotland’s premier music festival and we are so looking forward to seeing all the fans back at Glasgow Green this July.”
Taking place from 7-9th July, 50,000 music fans will descend on Glasgow per day to enjoy Scotland’s biggest festival
Glasgow star Joesef will be joining the iconic main stage on Friday, as will FLO, who are the first band to ever scoop a Brits Rising Star Award.
The View also return to the festival after a five-year hiatus, while Declan Welsh and The Decadent West graduate from the smaller stages to take on the main stage in the year that will see their second album launch.
Brit Award nominee and pop sensation Mimi Webb has been added to the Saturday bill of main stage headliners, which includes Sam Fender and Kasabian.
On Sunday, alt-rock bands Pale Waves and Crawlers are out for the final day, which will see The 1975 close the festival.
TRNSMT has also revealed the hotly anticipated line-up for the iconic King Tut’s Stage. TikTok sensation and Brit nominee Cat Burns will headline the stage on Friday, where new talent including Dean Lewis, Warmduscher, The Big Moon, Hot Milk, Hamish Hawk, Swim School and The Joy Hotel will be showcased.
Following a hugely successful year for nu-disco, Scotland’s LF System will be getting everyone dancing at the King Tut’s stage on Saturday, along with fan favourites The Wombats. Joining them will be TikTok star Cian Ducrot, along with The Coronas, Lucy Spraggan, The Mary Wallopers and Cassia.
Sunday’s King Tut’s stage bill is home to some of the UK’s biggest bands, including Nothing But Thieves, The Enemy and The Amazons. Brighton-based indie rock band Lovejoy will also be raising the roof, along with Bob Vylan, Dream Wife, Lucia & The Best Boys, and Calum Bowie.
TRNSMT’s River stage, dedicated to supporting rising stars, will see performances from Nati Dreddd, The Royston Club, Flowerovlove, Cloth, Siights, High Vis, and Slix, who will all perform on Friday.
On Saturday there are performances from The Blinders, Afflecks Palace, along with rising stars Lauran Hibberd, Finn Foxell, Heidi Curtis, The Big Day, and the soon to be announced BBC Introducing Scottish Act of the Year winner.
Sunday will see indie group Only the Poets, Skylights,Uninvited, Andrew Cushin, Tommy Lefroy, Nieve Ella, and Cathy Jain.
Main stage performances include the already announced Pulp, Sam Fender, The 1975, George Ezra, Kasabian, Royal Blood, Niall Horan, Aitch, Becky Hill, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, The Kooks, Inhaler, Ashnikko, Maisie Peters, Jamie Webster, and Brooke Combe.
Meanwhile, Radio 1’s Big Weekend festival is reportedly being held in Dundee this summer.
Sources told our sister title The Courier that the festival would be heading for the City of Discovery, three years after it was postponed there due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The official announcement of the location will be made on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Greg James on Monday morning at 7:30am.
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