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Glasgow's Riverside Festival adds second stage

The Satellite Stage will showcase local artists

2021 Mar 25     
2 Bit Thugs

Co-curated by the mighty Slam, Riverside Festival is in Glasgow on 3-6 September

Glasgow's Riverside Festival, which was co-founded and is co-curated by Slam's Orde Meikle and Stuart McMillan, returns to Glasgow's Riverside Museum this September, and now it's been announced that this year's event (the eighth edition of the festival) will feature a second stage for the first time. 

The festival had already moved from a two- to a three-day event for 2021, with the organisers saying they wanted to "make up for lost time" after last year's festival had to be cancelled. Now, the addition of the Satellite Stage expands the festival experience even further, with the new stage showcasing up-and-coming acts from the Glasgow region.

Meanwhile on the main stage, you can find the likes of Jamie XX, Disclosure and Amelie Lens (who headline on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively), not to mention Ben UFO, Cal Super, Floating Points (live), Hunee, Jayda G, Leon Vynehall, Maya Jane Coles B2B Mella Dee, Palms Trax, Skream, 999999999 (live), Ellen Allien, Paul Temple, Slam themselves (of course) with their Hybrid Live show and many more. 

Weekend passes and Saturday tickets have sold out already, but Friday and Sunday tickets are still available at £59 per day. For full details, see Riverside Festival's own website.

 

 

 

 

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