TRNSMT 2021 reveals line-up including Foals, Snow Patrol and more

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Great news for TRNSMT festival that will take place from 9 to 11 July 2021. The festival already announces performances of Courteeners, Foals, and Lewis Capaldi among many others.

After canceling most of the festivals for this summer, there are already great announcements for the summer of 2021 coming in. TRNSMT, in Glasgow, is one of the first festivals to share theirs. Liam Gallagher, Foals, Snow Patrol, and Lewis Capaldi are just some of the names that decided to return to the festival next year as well.

You can see all the names in the festival’s announcement:

https://www.facebook.com/TRNSMTfest/videos/259027888582268/

The TRNSMT 2021 line-up has a lot in common with what was supposed to be this year’s line-up. Some of the announced artists also planned performances at several other festivals around Europe this summer. Therefore, we can easily imagine that Lewis Capaldi or Foals, for example, will be back on the line-ups of festivals like Sziget as well.

Lewis Capaldi

Lewis Capaldi

Born in 1996, the 23 year old Scottish singer already has a great career. Starting in 2017, he accumulated two EPs in less than two years. His debut album Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent, released on 17 May 2019, reached the top of the UK Albums Chart and stayed there for six weeks. His 2019 amazing single ‘Someone You Loved’ put him in a whole other dimension. Lewis Capaldi should have played at some of the greatest festivals this summer, including Reading and Leeds Festivals, Sziget, Rock Werchter, and TRNSMT. Anyways, he will be back in 2021.

TRNSMT 2021

T in the Park festival was one of the biggest Scottish music festivals. However, due to some legal problems, the festival was cancelled in 2016 and was replaced with TRNSMT. This had its first edition in 2017 but had already been headlined by the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Queen + Adam Lambert, Radiohead, Stormzy, Kasabian, and several more.

  • Location: Glasgow Green, Scotland, UK.
  • Date: 9–11 July 2021.
  • Tickets: To be announced.
  • For more information, see the official website.