Tenement Trail festival is back for the second consecutive year with a dynamic line-up to rival the top Scottish festivals. Stretching across five venues in Glasgow’s City Centre, the festival will see over 35 acts of an eclectic mix of genres take to the stages in October from noon until the early hours to help celebrate Tenement TV’s third birthday.
The latest bands to join the impressive line-up include Neon Waltz, Roxy Agogo, Scary People, Campfires in Winter and Laura St Jude of The Amazing Snakeheads.
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This year’s line-up will also see the likes of Hector Bizerk, Tijuana Bibles, Model Aeroplanes, Atom Tree and Crash Club play the thirteen hour event.
These acts will be joined by The Velveteen Saints, Friends In America, Randolph’s Leap, Vladimir, Dirty Diamond & The Gunslinger, Twin Mirrors and Tribal High with many more playing sets across five venues in Glasgow’s city centre.
Taking place on Saturday October, 4 TT14 will nest in Glasgow’s independent venues O2 ABC2, King Tut’s, Broadcast, Nice N Sleazy and Flat 0/1.
Also on the bill are a mix of DJ’s who are set to keep the party going throughout the day with the likes of Prides, Baby Strange, Dead Beet Records and Dan South all on the bill.
Brought to you by Tenement TV, the media outlet that provides an inspirational and innovative platform for artists, TT14 celebrates the local and independent Scottish music scene and will also celebrate their third birthday this October, perfectly timed for the event.
Tenement TV CEO Chae Houston said: “We have continued to support local artists and are permanently engaged with the Scottish creative and music scenes.
“This year’s Tenement Trail will bring together music lovers in the city and we are really excited to watch these amazing performances unfold. Last year’s event was a great success and we witnessed an amazing headline slot from Kassidy and packed sets for the likes of Fat Goth.
“Our final line-up is testament to our enthusiasm for Scottish music and we can’t wait for the gigs to unfold!”
Some of the best experiences take place in the smallest of venues. TT14 will continue the festival organiser’s longstanding dedication to getting fans of great music up-close with unmissable acts ensuring it’s a day to night affair to remember.
Tickets are priced at £14 per ticket advance. TT14 will kick-off from 2pmand run until midnight with the aftershow taking place at Flat 0/1 until 3am.