Last week TRNSMT announced an additional 50 artists to this year’s lineup. 

The three-day long festival will go ahead from the 7th-9th of July in Glasgow Green and with the likes of The View, Declan Welsh and The Decadent West, Mimi Webb and Crawlers added to the existing mainstage headline acts, festivalgoers will be in for a treat this year. 

King Tut’s Stage will see the likes of Swim School, Cassia and Callum Bowie perform at the festival for the first time. 

The River Stage always showcases the finest up-and-coming talent on the scene and this year will be no different as some of the city’s best newcomers like Slix, The Big Day and Uninvited will take to the stage.

We were pleased to see a vast improvement from last year’s male dominated lineup as this year 39% of the headline acts are non-male.  

In 2021 TRNSMT only booked three non-male headliners, making up just 12% of the overall line-up and in 2022 the number increased to 23%.  

In a male dominated industry, it is often difficult for women, LGBTQ+ and non-binary artists to have their voices heard, so it is great to see Glasgow’s biggest festival making positive changes.  

Single day and weekend tickets are on sale now at: TRNSMTFEST.COM

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