TRNSMT has issued several warnings ahead of this year's festival in Glasgow.

The music event is set to take place between Friday, July 12 and Sunday, July 14 at Glasgow Green.

Artists performing at it include Liam Gallagher, Gerry Cinnamon, Calvin Harris, The Snuts, Declan McKenna, and many more.

Ahead of it, bosses have issued multiple warnings to fans including what IDs are acceptable, what to do with their tickets, bag sizes, banned items, and much more.

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Here is everything that the organisers of the event are warning and reminding fans about:


  • Fans are being urged to take valid ID's to the festival. Bosses of the event say no photos, photocopies, or expired IDs will be accepted.
  • All IDs must have a pass hologram and not be faded, meanwhile, challenge 25 will be in operation at all the bars.


  • Fans are being reminded to download their tickets before heading to the festival via the Ticketmaster App and not to screenshot or save it to a mobile wallet.


  • Those looking to take a bag into the festival must only be using it to carry essential items.
  • Bags should not be larger than A4 size.


  • Ahead of the weekend, fans are being urged the festival is cashless - meaning concertgoers should remember bank cards or use contactless. 

Water bottles:

  • Soft collapsible water bottles or folding pouches that are smaller than 500ml will be allowed into the festival, however, they must be empty on arrival.
  • No hard plastics, glass, or metal bottles will be allowed.
  • Fans can refill their bottles from water points across the site.

Zero tolerance policy: 

  • Gig-goers should not bring drugs, flares, or smoke devices to the event.
  • To see the full list of banned items, click here.

First aid and welfare:

  • Fans are being reminded to seek assistance from first aid and welfare teams at any time if they or a friend feel unwell.

Lost property:

  • All lost property will be given to Police Scotland - to collect it, call 101 on Monday, July 15.

In the social media post, TRNSMT said: "We're looking forward to welcoming you this weekend.

"Brush up on yer facts before you head down to Glasgow Green!"

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It comes after we reported what the weather is set to be like during the event.

The Met Office is predicting the full weekend to be cloudy with sunny intervals throughout it.

Meanwhile, we reported how several roads in Glasgow will be closed throughout this year's festival to allow it to take place.