Riverside will be the first festival to take place in Scotland since 2019
The organisers of Glasgow's Riverside Festival have been given the go-ahead for their proposed 2021 event on 3-5 September, which will be the first music festival to take place in Scotland since the coronavirus lockdowns began, and confirmed the full line-up.
This will the eighth edition of Riverside, and the first to take place over three days instead of just two. This year also sees the addition of a new Satellite Stage, which will play host to up-and-coming talent – and there'll also be a Riverside By Night official afterparty at the SWG3 warehouse complex on the Saturday night, for those that don't want to go home.
Among the delights on offer to tempt you up to Clydeside next month are Jamie xx, Floating Points, Ben FUFO, Hunee, Afrodeutsche and Call Super on the Friday, Disclosure, Skream, Maya Jane Coles B2B Mella Dee, Palms Trax, Jayda G and Leon Vynehall on the Saturday, and Amelie Lens, Dax J, Slam, Paula Temple, Hector Oaks and Ellen Allien on the Sunday.
For the full line-up and further information, see Riverside Festival's own website.
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