A debut with Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro
TRNSMT is a brand new Scottish music festival from the organisers of T in the Park, which has been cancelled for 2017.
Held on Glasgow Green, the rock and indie festival's debut will be headlined by none other than Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro, making it the perfect tonic for those still reeling after T's announcement.
And because TRNSMT is a city-centre festival, those wishing to keep the party going will have the chance to explore Glasgow's bars, restaurants and nightclubs when the main music finishes.
The promoters have also announced that they'll be showcasing a range of emerging artists on the King Tut's stage, meaning festival-goers will have the chance to discover some up-and-coming gems as well as letting loose to their firm favourites.
Glasgow Green – in the east end of Glasgow – is the city's oldest part, and sits on the north bank of the River Clyde.
Glasgow Green, Greendyke Street, Glasgow, G1 5DB, United Kingdom
If you are flying to Glasgow, the city centre is just a 15 minute bus ride away.
Alternatively, the city is easily accessible by rail, with direct services running from as far south as London.
Once in the city, Glasgow Green can be reached by the number 18 bus, or by a short taxi ride.
TRNSMT is a city centre festival, and therefore does not accommodate for camping. However, Glasgow is full of hotels and hostels for all budgets.
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