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Glasgow Green is centrally located within the city centre and there are a variety of public transport options available. Nearby train stations can be found at Argyle Street and High Street. Bus stops can be found on London Road and Saltmarket Road.
Prices and opening times
TRNSMT takes place over two weekends in Glasgow Green on Friday 29 June, Saturday 30 June, Sunday 1 July and Friday 6th July, Sunday 8th July.
Ticket prices vary depending on acts and your duration of stay. Please view the TRNSMT website for updated prices.
Following on from the incredibly popular but now-defunct T in The Park, TRNSMT is set to become the biggest music event in the Scottish calendar. After receiving extremely positive reviews when the festival was first hosted in 2017, the rock and pop music extravaganza will be held again in Glasgow’s centrally located Glasgow Green over two weekends in June and July, with some of Britain’s biggest headlining acts performing sets on massive purpose-built sound stages in the enormous expanse of parkland.
Attendance figures for the event in 2017 numbered in the region of 120,000, a figure which is expected to be surpassed in 2018 as music-loving Scots flock to the city to catch major acts like The Stereophonics, Liam Gallagher, The Arctic Monkeys, Texas, Franz Ferdinand and The Killers. Due to its central location, there will be ample opportunities to book into accommodation within the city boundaries and the excellent Glasgow transport system will ensure that event-goers will get to the show with a minimum of fuss.
Visitors to the city will know Glasgow Green for a number of reasons, mainly due to the fact it’s a landscaped oasis right in the heart of the city where visitors can relax by the banks of the River Clyde, but also because it’s the location of two of the most widely photographed buildings in all of Glasgow; The People’s Palace and the Templeton Building.