Glasgow’s Riverside Festival shares line-up for 2024 edition

Glasgow’s Riverside Festival shares line-up for 2024 edition

Glasgow’s Riverside Festival has shared the line-up for its 2024 edition, which will run over the UK holiday weekend of Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May. 

Taking place at the city’s iconic Riverside Museum, this spring will mark the event’s 11th year with headliners including US veteran Green Velvet and homegrown heroes Slam, new generation Scottish stars LF System, and the chart-topping Eliza Rose

Elsewhere, Ben Klock, Dax J, Grace Dahl b2b Stephanie Sykes, TSHA, Reinier Zonneveld,  Mella Dee b2b Josey Rebelle, salute, FRANCK, and Charlie Sparks are on the bill. Rising local talent is well represented, too. La La, who released the acclaimed 10 track mixtape ‘Give Yourself A Try’ last summer, is set to play, as is TAAHLIAH, among othes. A dedicated Satellite Stage will return to spotlight artists from the Glasgow and wider Scottish club scenes, with a line-up curated through a nationwide competition for DJs and acts. 

Check out the full line-up below.

“After last year’s landmark 10th anniversary, we’re excited to once again bring some of the world’s freshest electronic music talent to Glasgow, as well as continue supporting the diversity and creativity of the local club scene,” said Mark Mackechnie, Riverside Festival co-director. “With more big name acts to be announced, we’re confident [the] May Bank Holiday weekender will be the biggest and best party in town.”

More info and tickets for Riverside are available through the festival’s website.

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