Reaction to TRNSMT 2019 lineup

Yesterday evening, Glasgow's now established summer festival TRNSMT announced their full lineup for this year. They did so through a bizarre Facebook video, in which viewers had to decipher clues and comment what bands they thought were playing - presumably to increase engagement. Unfortunately, however, this strange technique was soon forgotten due to the blanket... Continue Reading →

TRNSMT 2018 Preview – The Opening Weekend

Scotland's newest major festival will return at the end of the month after its successful inaugural year in 2017. An array of acts made the opening TRNSMT memorable including names like Kasabian, Two Door Cinema Club, Biffy Clyro and Radiohead. T In The Park's supposed successor will return to Glasgow Green this year but will... Continue Reading →

One to watch – The Snuts

The Snuts are rapidly developing a devoted and dedicated fanbase in their native Scotland, most notably selling out the King Tuts on New Years Eve 2017. They are in the midst of a tour and are also appearing on festival lineups. They will play on the same stage as The Sherlocks at TRNSMT 2018, a... Continue Reading →

5 UK Festivals for 2018

With festival season approaching, here is a list of the 5 festivals we recommend for you this summer. We have just included festivals that have already announced either full or partial lineups. Neighbourhood Weekender The brand new festival will take place in the heart of Warrington on the 26th and 27th of May. With headliners... Continue Reading →

What happened at the UK Festival Awards 2017?

Thursday night saw the 14th annual gathering of giants in the UK music scene to reward festivals around the country with praise and awards. Taking place in London and sponsored by Skiddle, awards were given to organisers for their work this past calendar year. The wide range of categories meant that all festivals, big... Continue Reading →

TRNSMT 2018 First Headliner Announced

Photo source: Liam Gallagher will headline the first Saturday of TRNSMT 2018 (30th June). The ex-Oasis frontman has had a busy end to 2017 and looks to have a non-stop 2018 after the release of his first solo album 'As You Were'. Indie giants The Courteeners have also been announced as co-headliners, the band look... Continue Reading →

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