TRNSMT is back on Glasgow Green after a two year hiatus, bringing with it a stellar line-up over the three day festival. 

Indie rock band Courteeners is set to headline Friday's shows on the main stage, marking the group's first appearance at TRNSMT since 2018 when they played the Saturday. 

The festival expects to see thousands of music lovers flock to the Green to watch some of the biggest names in the industry perform on three different stages. 

Here's everything you need to know about Courteeners performance at TRNSMT on Friday...

What time are Courteeners playing at TRNSMT?

Courteeners will come on to play the main stage at 9:35pm on Friday September 10. 

The set will finish at 10:50pm. 

How do I get there?

TRNSMT advise that the easiest way to get from the city centre to Glasgow Green is by walking. 

If you are travelling from out with the city, the Green is within a 15-minute walk from five different train stations - Glasgow Central Station, Queen Street Station, High Street Station, Argyle Street Station and Bridgeton Station. You can check timetables here.

The same goes for subway stations Buchanan Street Station and St Enoch Station, both within a 15-minute walk. You can see timetables here.

If you wish to travel by bus, First Bus services 18, 43, 64, and 263 all stop within a five-minute walk to Glasgow Green. 

Coach travel for the festival is expected to be announced soon and you can follow updates here.

You can also get to Glasgow Green via Uber, who have officially partnered with TRNSMT festival. 

For people being picked up and dropped off, there are four key locations depending on which direction you are approaching the city. More information on these locations can be found here

What will the weather be like?

Currently, the weather looks cloudy for Friday September 10, although the temperature should remain in the high teens. 

While there is a chance of rain, this is currently fairly low at around 15%. 

And that's before we even mention the fact that the weather forecast is very likely to change over the next week before the festival, so keep your fingers crossed for sunshine!

What pubs are near Glasgow Green? 

If you fancy meeting friends before the show, there are plenty of pubs near the Green. 

Here are some worth checking out: 

Saint Luke's & the Winged Ox, 17 Bain St, Glasgow G40 2JZ

Sharkeys Bar, 51 Old Rutherglen Rd, Glasgow G5 9DT

The Clutha and Victoria Bar, 159 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ

Maggie May's, 60 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5EP

Cranside Kitchen, 28 Tunnel St, Glasgow G3 8HL

Radisson Red, 25 Tunnel St, Glasgow G3 8HL

* Please drink responsibly.

Can I still get tickets?

It's not too late to buy your tickets for TRNSMT if you fancy heading down to see some class performances. More information can be found here.

What songs will Courteeners play? 

Courteeners are yet to reveal their setlist for the festival, which will mark their first performance in over a year.