TRNSMT: Fender and Kasabian on Saturday main stage after Pulp performance

Music fanatics were treated to a Britpop extravaganza on Friday night and will descend on Glasgow for day two of the festival.

TRNSMT Saturday: Kasabian and Sam Fender stage times and line up in full TRNSMT

Thousands of music fans are set to flock to Glasgow Green on Saturday for day two of TRNSMT as Britpop icons Pulp brought the curtain down on the festival’s opening day.

Frontman Jarvis Cocker recalled how the band played their first ever Scottish gig at King Tut’s in front of about “30 or 40 people” in 1992, before launching into “Do You Remember the First Time?”.

The band also played much loved hits such as Babies and Sorted for E’s and Whizz.

Closing the set was perhaps the band’s most well-known song Common People, accompanied with pink and orange fireworks.

Niall Horan gave a shoutout to Lewis Capaldi after the Scot's Glastonbury performance. (Image: TRNSMT)

Cocker said: “I know how you feel, I mean there’s really not such a thing as a common person as you well know, but for argument’s sake, if there is such a thing then we are the common people as well.”

George Ezra, The View and One Direction star Niall Horan also played the main stage on Friday.

Horan told crowds during his set he felt like he was at a “homecoming gig” and that he had never seen a home nation “more up for it”.

“This is something pretty special,” he said.

Fans descended on Glasgow Green early. (Image: TRNSMT)

“One of the best gigs you could ever do is in this city.

“It’s an honour to be here.

“It’s unreal, it’s so great to be back.”

George Ezra performed on Friday's main stage. (Image: TRNSMT)

Horan has a close friendship with Lewis Capaldi, who recently announced he was taking a step back from touring, and told the audience he thinks he will return to the stage one day.

“I think we’re on the telly. Our good friend Mr Capaldi will be watching,” he said.

“Let’s give him a shout out. We love you, Lewis.

The View were among the biggest Scottish names appearing at the Festival. (Image: TRNSMT)

“He’s in Bathgate and he can hear us loud and clear.

“He’ll be back.”

Paul Heaton was popular in Glasgow’s east end when he put substantial bar tabs behind five bars near to Glasgow Green.

He tweeted: “Glasgow, as a thank you, and a small amount of help during the cost of greed crisis, Paul is leaving some money behind the bar at a few local pubs near to TRNSMT festival so that some of you can have a drink on him tomorrow afternoon.”

On Saturday, indie band Kasabian will take to the festival’s main stage and Sam Fender will headline.

Saturday line up in full

Main Stage

Brooke Combe 12:30 – 13:00
Maisie Peters 14:25 – 15:05
Inhaler 15:35 – 16:20
Aitch 18:10 – 19:10
Kasabian 19:40 – 20:40
Sam Fender 21:20 – 22:50

King Tut’s Stage

Cassia 12:30 – 13:00
Mae Stephens 13:30 – 14:00
The Mary Wallopers 14:30 – 15:00
Lucy Spraggan 15:30 – 16:05
The Coronas 16:35 – 17:15
Teddy Swims 17:45 – 18:30
The Wombats 19:15 – 20:15
LF System 20:45 – 22:15

River Stage

Terra Kin 12:40 – 13:10
The Big Day 13:45 – 14:15
Heidi Curtis 14:50 – 15:20
Finn Foxell 15:55 – 16:25
Lauran Hibberd 17:00 – 17:40
Afflecks Palace 18:20 – 19:05
The Blinders 19:50 – 20:35

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