Slaves, Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes, The Van T’s and Hot Milk will join the sold-out Foo Fighters Glasgow Summer Sessions Festival show on 17 August 2019.
Mogwai, The Twilight Sad and The Joy Formidable join the bill for The Cure’s historic return to Scotland for the first time in 27 years on 16 August, while an epic line-up including Twin Atlantic, You Me At Six, Pale Waves, Ten Tonnes and No Rome join The 1975 when they return to Scotland on 25 August following a huge arena show in Glasgow earlier this year and a clean sweep at the BRIT awards.
After securing their third UK top ten album last year and playing two nights at the iconic Glasgow Barrowlands as part of their biggest UK headline tour to date, Kent duo Slaves will return to Glasgow in August.
English punk rock outfit Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes make a much-welcomed return to Glasgow Summer Sessions.
One of their biggest shows to date, The Van T’s continue to get better with each incendiary live show, they have played to crowds all over the UK with impressive showings at TRNSMT, TENEMENT TRAIL, London’s Community Festival, Live at Leeds and Meet the North.
Emo pop-punk four-piece Hot Milk also join the Glasgow Summer Sessions bill in what looks to be a memorable year for the Mancunians. Dropping their first single ‘Awful Ever After’ earlier this year with a premiere on BBC Radio 1, Hot Milk have made a serious impression on the music scene, supporting fellow Glasgow Summer Sessions acts You Me At Six on their European tour and now joining the incredible line-up for Foo Fighters’ headline show on 17th August.
Set to be one of the most anticipated Scottish shows of the year, organisers DF Concerts have tempted The Cure to headline a major Scottish festival for the first time.
The Cure’s appearance at Glasgow Summer Sessions is part of a very select and special run of headline spots at major festivals all over the world during 2019 to celebrate a career now entering its fifth decade.
Throughout this time The Cure have performed around 1,500 concerts, made 13 studio albums and more than 40 singles, and with new releases imminent, 2019’s line-up of frontman Robert Smith along with long-time band members Simon Gallup (Bass), Jason Cooper (Drums), Roger O’Donnell (Keyboard) and Reeves Gabrels (Guitar) are riding high.
Joining The 1975 on an incredible day of music are Twin Atlantic, You Me At Six, Pale Waves, Ten Tonnes and No Rome on 25 August 2019.
Glasgow Summer Sessions, Bellahouston Park, Glasgow 16-25 August