One of Scotland’s flagship events for discovering new music, Tenement Trail is only weeks away with indie rock heroes The Cribs set to take the headline slot at Glasgow’s multi-venue music festival.

Tenement Trail will see over 60 acts will play across 10 venues on Saturday 29th September and with a ticket price of £22.00 (plus booking fee) it’s an absolute steal!

Organisers recently announced a wave of buzzing new acts to the line-up including,  Annie Booth, HOME$LICE, Man Of Moon, SWAY and more.

These new bands join headliners The Cribs plus Yonaka, Tijuana Bibles, The Blinders, Man of Moon, Acrylic, Airways, Aaron Smith, Beta Waves, Cheap Teeth, Easy Life, Fabric Bear, Harry and the Hendersons, Honey Lung, Indigo Velvet, Liza Anne, Low Island, Luna the Professor, Marsicans, Oddity Road, ONR, PARLIAMO, The Howl & The Hum, The Van T’s, Vistas, Walt Disco, Whenyoung, Wojtek the Bear and Zoe Graham.

Check out the full line-up at so you can make a plan on who to catch when and where and allow plenty of time for a drink or two in between.

General sale tickets available here.

Check out our sessions below with Yonaka and Luna The Professor who we caught live at Belaldrum Festival and XpoNorth.

Photography Exhibition

Ahead of this year’s Tenement Trail the photographers behind the scenes of festival will showcase a selection of their work including images of Frightened Rabbit, Lewis Capaldi, Fatherson, The Temperance Movement, The Big Moon, Twin Atlantic, The Van T’s, Lucia and more.

‘For The Love Of Glasgow’ is an opportunity to bring together music lovers and appreciate the unique art form of music photography, all for a good cause.

Photographers Cameron Brisbane and Alice Hadden are showcasing shots from Tenement Trail and shows around some of the festivals ten venues including the much-loved and missed 02 ABC plus Flat 0/1, The Garage and more.

The exhibition is taking place in the bar of one of Tenement Trail’s venues, Broadcast  and will run until 30th September with photographs available for purchase direct from the photographers.

All proceeds from sales will go direct to Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).

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