This Saturday will see some of ­Scotland’s best musicians gather in Glasgow’s East End for Tenement Trail’s seventh year.

Taking over some of the cities most iconic venues, including the Barrowland, Saint Luke’s, BAaD, The Dam and Creative East End, Tenement Trail will take place over 13 venues and will provide a day of music from 1.45pm until 2.30am.

Headliners Fatherson are set to play one of their biggest hometown shows to date on Saturday at the Barrowland. Frontman Ross Leighton told The Evening Times: “It’s just such a good day of the best that Scotland has to offer.

“The music scene in Glasgow ebbs and flows, it tends to reinvent itself every 18 months. It just makes it more interesting when you see who is playing before you” Ross said.

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More than 60 bands will play on Saturday including The Magic Gang, Baby Strange, Sea Girls, Dream Wife, Van Ives, and Zoe Graham. Many of the acts are emerging artists, tipped to dominate the scene in coming months.

From established veterans to brand new local bands, Tenement Trail has a vibrant history of acts who progressed to become some of the biggest stars in the world.

Man of the moment Lewis Capaldi played The Vic Bar on Sauchiehall Street in 2016, Mercury Prize nominated The Big Moon played in 2017, while another exciting emerging star and BRIT award winner Sam Fender played in Flat 0/1 back in the festivals second year and then returned in 2017 to play Sauchiehall Street’s Nice N Sleazy.

Tomorrow, Fatherson are holding a free ‘Cooking with Fatherson’ pizza party at 6pm in The Amsterdam, which will feature live performances from Van Ives and One Nine.

Only 100 tickets are on sale, and audience members can get a free slice cooked by the band and a Coors Light to celebrate two days to go until Tenement Trail.

On Saturday the first band will play at 1.45pm and the last act will finishing at 2.30am. Doors are at 12pm and tickets can be collected from BAaD backyard.