TRNSMT: The 1975 on Sunday main stage after Fender performance

The Geordie singer sent a soaking crowd home happy as Glasgow festival set to reach finale.

TRNSMT Sunday: The 1975 Glasgow stage times and full line up after rain soaked Sam Fender performance TRNSMT

Heavy rain marked Sam Fender’s headline set on the second night of the TRNSMT festival in Glasgow.

The Newcastle rocker closed the festival’s second night with pyrotechnics, fireworks and confetti as he remarked on the journey he had taken from the festival’s beginning.

In a nod to Fender’s home town, many of his fans were seen sporting black and white Newcastle shirts, but Edinburgh-born singer sported a Scotland top during her set.

He said: “We’ve played every stage in this festival, from a little stage over there to the main stage.

Edinburgh-born Brooke Combe sported a Scotland shirt for her performance. (Image: TRNSMT)

“It’s just really surreal.

“I just feel like nothing is f****** real anymore.”

He played hits such as Getting Started, Will We Talk and Hypersonic Missiles and finished off with Seventeen Going Under.

Kasabian also played the main stage of the festival with hits such as Club Foot, L.S.F and Underdog.

Kasabian were among the major acts on Saturday at the festival. (Image: TRNSMT)

Glasgow Green turned to mud after heavy rain fell on the site.

Thunderstorms had been forecast throughout the day.

Festival goers will have to contend with further forecasts for rain on Sunday, according to the Met Office, but the weather will improve later in the evening.

On Sunday, The 1975 fronted by Matty Healy, will close the three day festival alongside Royal Blood, Becky Hill and The Kooks.

West Lothian chart-toppers LF System were among a huge line up of Scottish talent. (Image: TRNSMT)

Around 50,000 attended each day of the gig which is now in its seventh year.

Geoff Ellis, festival director at TRNSMT said: “Saturday at TRNSMT is always pretty special and this one was no different.

“Seeing Sam Fender close the main stage after years of moving his way up the festival was a proud moment and there’s no one better to get the crowd ready for him than Kasabian.

“The bar was set high across the site and it’s always amazing to witness fans discovering new music from the likes of Swim School and Heidi Curtis. We were keeping a close eye on the weather but any showers were overshadowed by an action packed day of live music.”

Sunday line up in full

Main Stage

Crawlers 12:30 – 13:00
Pale Waves 13:30 – 14:05
Jamie Webster 14:35 – 15:15
Ashnikko 15:45 – 16:25
The Kooks 16:55 – 7:45
Becky Hill 18:15 – 19:05
Royal Blood 19:35 – 20:35
The 1975 21:15 – 22:50

King Tut’s Stage

Calum Bowie 12:15 – 12:45
Lucia & the Best Boys 13:10 – 13:40
Dream Wife 14:05 – 14:35
Bob Vylan 15:05 – 15:40
Lovejoy 16:10 – 16:50
The Amazons 17:20 – 18:00
The Enemy 18:45 – 19:35
Nothing But Thieves 20:25 – 21:25

River Stage

Cathy Jain: 12:50 – 13:20
Neive Ella: 13:55 – 14:25
Tommy Lefroy: 15:00 – 15:30
Andrew Cushin: 16:05 – 16:35
Uninvited: 17:10 – 14:35
Skylights 18:25 – 19:05
Only The Poets 19:50 – 20:35

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