Fans outrage after TRNSMT line-up announced
Written by News on 19th February 2019
It came as no shock that the TRNSMT line-up was massively hyped and everybody was standing by their phones to watch the acts be revealed live on Facebook.
However, when the artists were eventually released, there wasn’t the reaction the organisers were hoping for.
TRNSMT will see a host of acts take to the stage in a weekend of music at Glasgow Green, but some fans are not happy with the lineup.
Due to the festival being mostly indie/rock-dominated bands and singers; with the likes of Liam Gallagher, Arctic Monkeys and The Killers, is it any wonder the Buckfast enthusiasts of the world are less than impressed with Jess Glynne?
Some are calling for the infamous T in the Park to make its long-awaited return and reaffirm Scotland as the best place for an amazing concert atmosphere, especially out in the open air.
George Ezra has also been hit with mixed reviews, with most people feeling this year’s line-up was somewhat of a let-down to previous headliners.
Friday 12th July will see Stormzy, Gerry Cinnamon, Years & Years, AJ Tracey, Fredo, Aminé, Mabel and Gus Dapperton on the Main Stage plus Example, Mist, Mahalia, Jimothy, The Big Moon, Cassia and Kobi Onyame on the King Tut’s Powered by Utilita Energy Stage.
Saturday 13th July will feature Catfish and the Bottlemen, Bastille, Richard Ashcroft, DMA’s, Sigrid, Sundara Karma, The Snuts and Sam Fender on the Main Stage plus The Hunna, Steve Mason, Jade Bird, Fontaines D.C., Cavetown, The Dunts, Arkells and Skinny Lister on the King Tut’s Powered by Utilita Energy Stage.
Sunday 14th July closes the 2019 festival in style with George Ezra, Snow Patrol, Jess Glynne, The Kooks, The Wombats, Tom Grennan and The Amazons on the Main Stage and Circa Waves, Mystery Jets, SWMRS, Catherine McGrath, Sea Girls, Retro Video Club and Whenyoung on the King Tut’s Powered by Utilita Energy Stage.
Written by Abbie Meehan