10 of the best acts we are looking forward to seeing at TRNSMT

TRNSMT is coming back to Glasgow Green
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TRNSMT is just around the corner, with many of those going studying the star-studded lineup to see who they'll be catching across the three days of incredible live acts.

As well as headliners like Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon and Calvin Harris taking to the main stages, the festival is one of the best places to discover your new favourite band, or check out a performer you would never have considered before to see how good they are.

With such a selection to choose from, we have narrowed down just some of the incredible bands we are looking forward to seeing outwith the big three.

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With four stages on offer – Main stage, King Tut's Stage, River Stage and the Boogie Bar, there are some cracking bands and live acts to check out.

With top acts like Chase & Status, Tom Grennan, Blossoms, Alison Goldfrapp, Courteeners, Rick Astley, Natasha Bedingfield and Garbage already sure to be on people's radars, here are some of the acts we'll also be heading to.

Example (Friday, Stage: King Tuts, Time: 19.50 - 21.05)

The songwriter and producer always brings the noise and with a back catalogue of cracking chart-topping hits, he is sure to bring the party too.

If you've never seen him live before, you've missed out, don't make that same mistake this time around.

Brogeal (Stage: River, Time: 17:15 - 17:45)

Falkirk folk punk band Brogeal are an up-and-coming Scottish band with huge ambitions after heading out on tour across the UK and Ireland earlier this year.

A tight blend of indie rock and traditional Celtic folk, this is the Scottish sound we've been waiting for.

Sugababes (Stage: Main, Time: 15.30 - 16.15)

Will the original Sugababes line-up bring them back to their best? We'd like to think so, either way, they'll be bringing plenty of their catchy hits to dance and sing along to for a show that will have you reminiscing about the good old days of the 00s and the 2010s.

The original Sugababes line-up is back
The original Sugababes line-up is back -Credit:TRNSMT

Dead Pony (Saturday, Stage: King Tuts, Time: 14.30 - 15.00)

Having raucously opened the main stage last year, they are back to make an even bigger impression this year.

The Glasgow-based quartet, headed up by vibrant vocalist Anna Shields, are here to win over even more fans this year as they really come into their own.

The Snuts (Stage: Main, Time: 18.05 - 19.05)

Fresh from the release of their album MILLENIALS, the indie rock band from West Lothian are sure to be one of the biggest draws of the weekend, don't miss out.

Dylan John Thomas (Saturday, Stage: Main, Time: 16:50 - 17:40)

One of Scotland's most hotly tipped talents, Dylan John Thomas has already sold out the Barrowlands numerous times – and is now set to rock the main stage on Day Two, where you just know the home crowd are going to wild once again.

Plasticine (Saturday, Stage: River, Time: 15.05 - 15.35)

Glasgow's own Plasticine are heading to TRNSMT
Glasgow's own Plasticine are heading to TRNSMT -Credit:Contributed

Another female-fronted band from Glasgow that are one of the city's best up-and-coming live acts, Plasticine are ready to grab the headlines for themselves as they get ready to play the River Stage.

Expect big things from the four-piece that are described as a "mind meld of Smashing Pumpkins with Miley Cyrus and The Pixies with Avril Lavigne".

Look ut for their ferocious cover of the Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory hit Pure Imagination.

Enter Shikari (Sunday, Stage: King Tut's, Time: 20.45 - 21.45)

Set to cause the biggest audience participation of the weekend with the clap, clap, clap during 'Sorry, You're Not A Winner', everybody's favourite comeback Emo giants are sure to have everyone going crazy on Day Three.

The Vaccines (Saturday, Stage: Main, Time: 14.25 - 15.05)

English indie rock band The Vaccines recently released their sixth studio album 'Pick-Up Full of Pink Carnations', and the vastly experienced four-piece are back in Glasgow for what is sure to be another great show.

Kingfishr (Sunday, Stage: King Tut's, Time: 13:25 - 13:55)

The three-piece from Limerick are heading across the Irish Sea to bring their catchy melodies and soaring sounds to a willing Glasgow crowd - if you've not heard them yet, check out their hit 'Caroline' in advance, it'll have you dancing your way to the King Tut's stage on Sunday to catch them.

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