Liam Gallagher, Calvin Harris, Gerry Cinnamon To Headline TRNSMT 2024
TRNSMT Festival has confirmed its headliners for 2024. Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon and Calvin Harris will top the bill at the Glasgow Green festival, which takes place from 12 – 14 July next year.
The former Oasis frontman will play the Friday night of the festival, Scottish phenomenon Getty Cinnamon will headline on the Saturday night and fellow Scot Global DJ Calvin Harris will bring the festival to a close with a huge dance party on the Sunday night of the festival.
Also confirmed for 2024’s line-up are Garbage, Courteeners, Chase & Status, The Snuts, Rick Astley, Tom Grennan, Declan McKenna, Dylan John Thomas, Blossoms, Sugababes, Example, Enter Shikari, The Last Dinner Party, CMAT, Cian Ducrot, Picture This, Baby Queen and The Mary Wallopers, with many more acts still due to be announced. Tickets go on general sale this Friday, 24 November from 9am. Visit the event’s official website for further information.
Liam Gallagher said, of the announcement: “Can’t wait to return to Glasgow Green next Summer to headline TRNSMT. I’ll be playing songs from Definitely Maybe as well as some solo stuff. See you there.”
Gerry Cinnamon commented: “Get hounded on the daily to do TRNSMT again, well hound no more. On Saturday 13th July there’s going to be a big lovely summer sing song. See you there.”
Geoff Ellis, Festival Director of TRNSMT, said in an official statement: “After welcoming one of the best crowds TRNSMT has ever seen in 2023 and we can’t wait to have everyone back for the 7th year of incredible live music.
“We’ve created the dream line-up for a lot of our TRNSMT fans and there are plenty more acts to be announced – but we couldn’t wait to reveal festival favourites Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon and Calvin Harris, who are kicking off our biggest lineup yet. Next year is expected to be a sell-out, so get your hands on tickets now to avoid disappointment.”
Last year’s TRNSMT Festival saw Pulp, Sam Fender and The 1975 headline, with performances from the likes of The View, George Ezra, Kasabian, The Wombats, Royal Blood and more.