TRNSMT Festival 2021: Full stage schedule and times for Glasgow Green event

By Sophie Buchan

TRNSMT has officially opened their doors to the public after almost two years with no music festival.

Around 50,000 festivalgoers are expected to descend to Glasgow Green each day.

As revellers make their way to see the acts perform, some may be disappointed after Scottish Indie band, The Snuts, were forced to pull out after two of its members tested positive for Covid.

The band joined the line-up after Ian Brown pulled out of the music festival.

So who else is playing at TRNSMT and when is each act heading to the stage?

September 10, Friday

Main Stage

Sports Team 12.20pm - 12.50pm

House Gospel Choir - 1.05pm - 1.35p

Inhaler 1.55pm - 2.25pm - NOW DUE ON STAGE AT 5.10PM

Yxne Bane 2.50pm - 3.25pm

AJ Tracey 3.55pm - 4.40pm

The Snuts 5.10pm - 5.55pm - CANCELLED

Blossoms 6.25pm - 7.20pm

Sam Fender 7.55 pm - 8.55pm

Courteeners 9.25pm - 10.55pm

King Tut’s Stage

Shambolics 12.20pm - 12.50pm

Red Rum Club 1.15pm - 1.45pm

Berwyn 2.15pm - 2.45pm

Holly Humberstone 3.15pm - 3.50pm

The Lathums 4.20pm - 4.55pm

Griff 5.25pm - 6.05pm

Joy Crookes 6.50pm - 7.35pm

Little Sims 8.35pm - 9.35pm

River Stage

One Nine 12.45pm - 1.15pm

The Mysteries 1.50pm - 2.20pm

Another Sky 2.55pm - 3.25pm

Gallus 4pm - 4.30pm

Vlure 5.05pm - 5.40pm

Walt Disco 6.20pm - 7.05pm

The Ninth Wave 7.50pm - 8.35pm

The Boogie Bar

Bruce Glenny 12pm - 2pm

TAAHLIAH 2pm - 3pm

Dija 3pm - 5pm

Dan South 5pm - 7pm

Nightwave 7pm - 9pm

September 11, Saturday

Main Stage

Nathan Evans 11.55pm - 12.15pm

Vistas 12.35pm - 1.05pm

Sea Girls 1.30pm - 2.05pm

Picture This 2.35pm - 3.15pm

KSI 3.45pm - 4.30pm

Twin Atlantic 5pm - 5.50pm

Keane 6.20pm - 7.20pm

Primal Scream 7.55pm - 8.55pm

Liam Gallagher 9.35pm - 10.50pm

King Tut’s Stage

Mike McKenzie 12.20pm - 12.45pm

Voodoos 1.05pm - 1.35pm

Miraa May 2pm - 2.30pm

Georgia 3pm - 3.30pm

The Murder Capital 4.05pm - 4.45pm

Dylan John Thomas 5.25pm - 6.05pm

Declan Welsh & The Decadent West 6.50pm - 7.35pm

Becky Hill 8.35pm - 9.35pm

River Stage

Theo Bleak 12.45pm - 1.15pm

Spyres 1.50pm - 2.20pm

The Hara 2.55pm - 3.25pm

Charlotte Jane 4pm - 4.30pm

Chubby & The Gang 5.05pm - 5.40pm

Baby Queen 6.20pm - 7.05pm

Lucia & The Best Boys 7.50pm - 8.35pm

The Boogie Bar

Bonzai Bonner 12pm - 3pm

Elisha 3pm - 5pm

Beth 5pm - 7pm

We Should Hang Out More 7pm - 9pm

September 12, Sunday

Main Stage

Lyra 12.15pm - 12.45pm

Ella Eyre 1.10pm - 1.50pm

Jay1 2.15pm - 2.55pm

Declan McKenna 3.25pm - 4.10pm

Amy Macdonald 4.40pm - 5.35pm

Dermot Kennedy 6.05pm - 7pm

Snow Patrol 7.30pm - 8.40pm

The Chemical Brothers 9.20pm - 10.50pm

King Tut’s Stage

Tamzene 12.20pm - 12.50pm

Luke La Volpe 1.15pm - 1.45pm

Kawla 2.15pm - 2.45pm

Ms Banks 3.15pm - 3.45pm

Ryan McMullan 4.25pm - 5.05pm

Ash 5.45pm - 6.25pm

Joesef 7.10pm - 7.55pm

Tom Odell 8.55pm - 9.55pm

River Stage

Sara ’N’ Junbug 12.45pm - 1.15pm

Lucy Blue 1.50pm - 2.20pm

Swim School 2.55pm - 3.25pm

Daytime TV 4pm - 4.30pm

Aaron Smith 5.05pm - 5.40pm

Pip Blom 6.20pm - 7.05pm

SAINT PHNX 7.50pm - 8.35pm

The Boogie Bar

Bruce Glenny 12pm - 3pm

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K4cie 3pm - 5pm

Hayley Zalassi 5pm - 7pm

TESTPRESS 7pm - 9pm


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