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April 2020
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Win a pair of tickets for Arctic Monkeys at TRNSMT 2018

Feat. Arctic Monkeys (obvs), Blossoms, Interpol, Declan McKenna and more.
Published: 8:26 pm, April 12, 2018
Win a pair of tickets for Arctic Monkeys at TRNSMT 2018
One of the highlights of Scotland’s music calendar, TRNSMT Festival returns this summer to bring a show-stopping line-up to Glasgow city centre, with headliners Stereophonics, Liam Gallagher, Arctic Monkeys (who’ll have a new album to show off by then, too), Queen + Adam Lambert, and The Killers at Glasgow Green from 29th June–1st July, 6th July and 8th July.

Taking place over two weekends for the first time, TRNSMT will also host some of Dork’s fave bands lower down the bill, including Sigrid, Declan McKenna, Friendly Fires, CHVRCHES and Wolf Alice. Want to pop along to join in the fun? Enter our competition below to win a pair of tix for the Arctic Monkeys date on 1st July, or head to trnsmtfest.com to buy them.

You can also find out more about this summer's festival fun in Dork's Festival Guide 2018 - order your copy below.

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