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TikTok stars among new acts announced for TRNSMT Festival

More acts have been announced for TRNSMT Festival on Glasgow Green including several TikTok stars.

The three-day event will be headlined by Garbage and Liam Gallagher on the main stage but 23 new acts have been revealed.

Pop group Sugababes are on the line-up, along with Scottish chart-topper Calvin Harris, for the event between July 12 and 14.

Rapper Example will headline the King Tut’s stage on Friday and will be joined by the Brits Rising Star and BBC Sound of the Year winner, The Last Dinner Party.

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Sugababes will perform on Glasgow Green (David Parry/PA)

On Saturday, the King Tut’s bill will be topped by TikTok star Cian Ducrot, with performances from fellow TikTok performers Caity Baser, Katie Gregson-Macleod and fast-rising indie artist Seb Lowe.

Rock band Enter Shikari will wrap up on the King Tut’s stage on Sunday while other acts include Wunderhorse and Matt Maltese on Friday, as well as TikTok star Bellah Mae, Dead Pony and SiiGHTS.

On the main stage, viral sensation Lauren Spencer Smith will perform on Friday with her single Fingers Crossed, alongside soul star Jalen Ngonda.

Irish rockers New Dad will also be on the main stage on Saturday, alongside Gerry Cinnamon and Courteeners.

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Calvin Harris will be among the stars appearing on stage (Ian West/PA)

Sunday’s line-up includes indie rock star Bakar who will share the main stage with 2024 Group of the Year Brit nominees Chase & Status and triple nominee Calvin Harris, who will headline the event.

More acts are still to be announced across TRNSMT’s River Stage and Boogie Wonderland.

Geoff Ellis, festival director of TRNSMT, said: “The variety of acts that we have on offer this year is a strong mix of globally renowned names and up-and-coming artists which has resulted in a record-breaking demand for tickets.

“Many ticket types already sold out, so make sure you get your tickets quickly to avoid disappointment.”

Tickets cost £275 and more acts are due to be added.