TRNSMT festival has announced that Bongo’s Bingo will join the Glasgow festival.

The major summer event is welcoming the high-energy mix of bingo and dancing and the legendary Boogie Bar.

Revellers can enjoy all the tunes, dancing, and prizes that are expected at its regular shows, with its signature brand of liveliness taking place across the festival weekend.

Craig Johnston, Promoter at DF Concerts who programmes the Boogie Bar, said: “Bongo’s Bingo has developed such an amazing cult following in Glasgow and further afield over the last few years, similar to TRNSMT’s Boogie Bar.

“We couldn’t be more excited for what they have in store for festival-goers this year - the energy is going to be unbelievable all weekend.”

The Boogie Bar lineup includes some of the UK’s best DJs and music producers, including Dominique who will be headlining on Friday and Sub Club regular Hayley Zalassi on Saturday.

Other performers include Edinburgh trio Disco Tits, DJ Eva, famed for her epic nights in Berlin, and Glasgow’s very own Dan South, who will be playing on Friday.

Kooshty, an up-and-coming DJ from Stirlingshire, will also be performing after winning a coveted slot on stage after submitting her tracks to a panel of top judges.

Tickets for TRNSMT are now available to purchase via TRNSMT’s website, starting at £79.

We previously reported how McDonald's are offering free food at TRNSMT music festival.


Festival goers in search of a snack can find the McDonald's van at Glasgow Green from Friday, July 7 to Sunday, July 9 offering over 2000 free portions of fries every day.


Organisers have warned that you'll have to be quick if you want to secure you're free treat though as "once they're gone - they're gone".


To get into the festival spirit, the fast food giant is also giving hundreds of people the chance to bag themselves some "must-have merch" including cowboy hats and fries t-shirts.