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TRNSMT 2023 Draws On The Old & The New

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TRNSMT Festival is back in 2023 with a stellar lineup of headliners that is sure to get fans excited. The festival will take place from July 7th to 9th at Glasgow Green, and will feature some of the biggest names in music today. Headlining the festival will be Sam Fender, Pulp, and The 1975, with Royal Blood, Kasabian, and George Ezra also set to perform.

George Ezra will perform at TRNSMT 2023. Photo: Calum Buchan

George Ezra will perform at TRNSMT 2023. Photo: Calum Buchan

Sam Fender has become one of the most popular artists in the UK over the past few years, with his distinctive blend of indie rock and pop winning over fans around the world. His debut album, "Hypersonic Missiles", topped the UK charts in 2019, and he has continued to release critically acclaimed music ever since.

 

Pulp, led by charismatic frontman Jarvis Cocker, are a legendary British band known for their distinctive blend of art rock and glam. The band has released some of the most iconic songs of the past few decades, including "Common People" and "Disco 2000", and their live shows are legendary

 

The 1975, meanwhile, are one of the most exciting bands in the world today, known for their blend of indie pop and electronica. The band has released four critically acclaimed albums, with their latest, "Notes on a Conditional Form", being hailed as a masterpiece by fans and critics alike.

 

In addition to the headliners, TRNSMT 2023 will feature a range of other top artists, spanning a wide range of genres. With a reputation for showcasing some of the best live music around, the festival promises to be an unforgettable experience for music fans of all ages. With tickets already selling fast, TRNSMT 2023 looks set to be one of the highlights of the UK festival calendar.

Royal Blood will appear on the final night of TRNSMT 2023. Photo: Danny Payne.

Royal Blood will appear on the final night of TRNSMT 2023. Photo: Danny Payne.

Tickets for TRNSMT 2023 are available here. 

Words and Header photo: Thomas Jackson