Taking place on the jubilee weekend at Glasgow’s riverside museum, riverside festival is back for another weekend of electronic music. The riverside festival was one of the first festivals in Scotland to take place after lockdown restrictions last year, Dave Clarke, the festivals co director has said “everyone has been itching to hear who is joining us and the line-up only adds to that tangible excitement”. This year’s line-up is filled with ecstatic artists such as Charlotte de Witte, Carl Cox and Roisin Murphy headlining the festivals main stage across the weekend. Due to its popular demand the satellite stage will be back this year is making a comeback hosting artist such as KAVARI, Jay Celino and Céleste to take fans into the atmosphere of the booming electronic music scene.
Tickets are now on sale, with the festival taking place from the 2nd until the 4th of June it’s something not to be missed. The festivals organisers have created a unique experience for the fans, with a diverse selection of artists across the weekend with bigger names and local talent along with artists from around Europe. This is set to be an unforgettable weekend, with names like I Hate Models, Wallis and FJAAK who are known for their immense and captivating live performances.
The day splits go as follows.
Thursday- Charlotte de witte, SLAM. FJAKK
Satellite stage – VXYX B2B Neoma, KAVARI, Fear-e
Friday- Carl Cox, Joseph Capriati, KiNK
Satellite stage- Jay Celino, Rare (Kooshty B2B Macka), Lizzur B2B Maveen
Saturday- Roisin Murphy, Big Freedia, Derrick Carter
Satellite stage- Céleste, PEACH, BEMZ