A GLASGOW music festival is set to move to the East End for this year as part of a makeover of the iconic event.

The TENEMENT TRAIL Festival will return for its seventh edition on Saturday, October, 12, with a new look and set of host venues.

The festival, which features over 60 bands across 12 hours, will deliver shows in venues including The Barrowlands, St Luke’s, The Winged Ox Bar, BAaD and more to be announced.

Fans were shown a teaser video of the famous Barrowlands’ stars earlier this week, sparking excitement online.

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Organisers have said they are delighted to breathe fresh energy into the event, taking over some of the most iconic and exciting live music venues in the country.

TENEMENT TRAIL founder Chae Houston said: “We’re absolutely buzzing to bring a fresh concept to the seventh year of TENEMENT TRAIL and have so many amazing artists already in the bag. 

"We’re sure this year’s festival will be one of the best yet.”

The festival is famed for being ahead of the curve, dubbing itself "a place of musical discovery", with  a mix of local talent and indie bands from across the globe travellign to Glasgow for the event. 

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In previous years, acts including Lewis Capaldi, Sam Fender, The Amazons and The Big Moon all playing in recent years.

Last year’s sold out TENEMENT TRAIL saw bands including The Cribs, Yonaka, Man of Moon, The Van T’s, Walt Disco and more play to incredible crowds. 

Early-bird tickets for the 2019 event go on sale on Friday morning at 9am, with headliner announcements expected to follow in the coming weeks. 

For more information and updates on headliners, visit the TENEMENT TRAIL 2019 event on Facebook. 

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