FESTIVAL NEWS : Everything you need to know to get ready for Rockstar Energy presents TRNSMT

  • Scotland’s biggest music festival descends onto Glasgow Green next month (12-14th July).
  • Festival organisers have unveiled a guide to get ready ahead of the big weekend, including stage times, site map and travel details.
  • Festival-goers can now plan their ultimate weekend of music with the Rockstar Energy Presents TRNSMT 2024 app, where they can create a personalised schedule to make sure they catch their favourite artists.

With under a month until Rockstar Energy presents TRNSMT returns to Glasgow Green, the festival organisers have unveiled the stage times for this year’s star-studded line up, along with an updated site map to help music lovers get ready for the best weekend of the summer. 

 Fans can look forward to a huge weekend, with more than 80 artists across four stages including massive acts like Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon, Calvin Harris, Example, Garbage, Sugababes, Chase & Status, Courteeners, Cian Ducrot, Tom Grennan and Natasha Bedingfield to name a few. 

 To make sure fans have an unforgettable weekend, festival organisers have shared helpful hints and tips to get revellers ready ahead of the fast-approaching festival weekend.

 Stage times

The 2024 TRNSMT app has officially launched, giving fans the most up-to-date information on the festival weekend, along with information of artist stage times and a special feature that allows them to create a personalised schedule for the full weekend. By ‘favouriting’ must-see acts, fans should keep their notifications on and the app will send reminders so they won’t miss a moment.

 Site map

 As in previous years, the VIP area is back, offering access to the exclusive Garden and Chill Out area as a place to relax in between sets, complete with a bar and dedicated food area. VIP Ultimate tickets are still available, offering a more elevated experience for the ultimate festival weekend. 

 Some exciting new additions to this year’s site map include The Hangout and Sunset Strip. The Hangout brings the first ever over 18s space to TRNSMT which will house a variety of acoustic artists with some exciting entertainment programmes to be announced very soon. Sunset Strip will be where festival goers can enjoy fayre ground rides and the delights of Big Feed. 

 The map also shows food and drink spots, including popups from Rockstar Energy, Pepsi Max, Four Loko, Jägermeister and Glasgow’s very own Big Feed, offering a delicious array of street food. 


Children under the age of 16 are not permitted into TRNSMT. The festival has a dedicated team of stewards who will be at every entrance working to a Challenge 25 policy. So, if you look under 25, you must bring valid ID with you. 

If you’re planning on bringing your Young Scot Card, make sure the PASS hologram hasn’t faded, as it will not be accepted. And, as always, no photos or photocopies of any ID will be permitted.


TRNSMT is urging people to use public transport to get to and from Glasgow Green. With plenty of travel options, it’s strongly advised that trains, buses and subway services are used to get to Glasgow city centre and then it’s just a short walk to Glasgow Green.

Festival parking is not available, but TRNSMT has identified four locations nearby as drop off and pick up areas. A limited number of blue badge parking spaces are available but must be pre-arranged.

For more information on the best ways to get to the festival, visit the TRNSMT website.  

Don’t Bring List

The website has a full section on what you can and cannot bring into the event. Bags and rucksacks are allowed for essential items, but should be smaller than an A4 piece of paper. 

Tickets for TRNSMT are available to purchase via trnsmtfest.com, starting at £105.00. For more information, please visit https://trnsmtfest.com/ 

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