A tribute to music legends The Beatles officially kicked off TRNSMT 2022.

The Bootleg Beatles amped up the festival atmosphere by performing the band’s biggest hits during their one-hour set on Friday.

Thousands of revellers lapped up the songs which propelled the Liverpudlian icons into the spotlight.

Glasgow Times:

From Help to I Feel Fine, each cover of the hits was performed to perfection.

Described as the world’s leading tribute band, The Bootleg Beatles dabbled in all eras.

A cover of the Isley’s Brothers Twist and Shout - which The Beatles recorded in 1963 - proved to be a highlight while a costume change brought in the Abbey Road era as the four-piece rocked Come Together teasing, “It’s been a few years, have you missed us?”

Get Back entertained while Don’t Let Me Down showed off the prowess in the band’s vocals.

Glasgow Times:

Glasgow Times:

Looking and sounding like every inch of The Beatles legends - Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr - the band gave a masterclass in the songs which remain adored by generations of music fans.

The band’s Paul beamed: “You’ve been an amazing an audience - it’s been an honour and privilege to be here in Glasgow.”

And the privilege was all ours as they ended on a high with Hey Jude prompting a sing-a-long from the crowd.

Bootleg Beatles you’ve set the standard high.