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TRNSMT Festival

Arctic Monkeys, The Killers, Liam Gallagher and Stereophonics are just some of the bands playing Glasgow Green this summer…

Arctic Monkeys have been announced as the latest headliners at TRNSMT 2018, marking their first UK date of the year so far.

The Do I Wanna Know? four-piece will play the top slot at Glasgow Green on 1 July, closing the first weekend of the festival.

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Joining them on TRNSMT’s main stage will be Interpol, Blossoms, Nothing But Thieves, Declan McKenna, Miles Kane and Tom Grennan.

Sunday’s line-up joins previously announced headliners Stereophonics, Liam Gallagher and The Killers- plus supporting acts in the likes of Courteeners, CHVRCHES, James Bay, Wolf Alice, Franz Ferdinand and more.

The full TRNSMT line-up is as follows:

Friday 29 June

Stereophonics
The Script
James Bay
Kodaline
Jessie J
Picture This
Plus more to be announced

Saturday 30 June

Liam Gallagher
Courteeners
Wolf Alice
J Hus
Krept X Konan
Shed Seven
Gerry Cinnamon

Sunday 1 July

Arctic Monkeys
Interpol
Blossoms
Nothing But Thieves
Declan McKenna
Miles Kane
Tom Grennan

Friday 6 July

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Sunday 8 July

The Killers
CHVRCHES
Franz Ferdinand
Friendly Fires
Lewis Capaldi
Hudson Taylor
Plus more to be announced

Day tickets for Friday 29 June, Saturday 30 June, Sunday 1 July, Sunday 8 July are available plus two, three and five day ticket options.

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TRNSMT will be extending its music offering across two weekends this year: 29 June to 1 July and also the following weekend on 6 and 8 July.

Geoff Ellis, Head of DF Concerts, previously said: "We’re bringing some of the best world-class artists to Glasgow Green, with many more exciting announcements still to come. TRNSMT’s outstanding audience in July this year showed the world why TRNSMT should be central to the festival music calendar. Much like in 2017, TRNSMT will showcase some of the best up and coming talent in the UK, mixed with world-class artists so stay tuned as there’s so much more to come!”