IT seemed for many there was only one man they had come to see and they were hoping his show would be a belter.

Gerry Cinnamon was the overnight sensation at last year’s event and it looks like he left fans wanting more.

And with perfect timing Gerry announced two headline dates in Scotland after huge demand for more hometown gigs hours before Trsnmt opened on Friday.

The Castlemilk man was even forced to defend himself after his rabid fanbase called for more shows in the city after he announced a string of gigs – without a Glasgow show in sight.

Cinnamon, 33, told fans they had “lost it” if they didn’t think he’d soon play in Glasgow and his latest output confirmed two December gigs for lucky punters to get excited about.

Posting on social media, Gerry wrote: “Happening Scotland, new tour dates announced.

“Also a wee gig on the green tonight –7.30pm cheers x”. His Glasgow outing is scheduled for December 20 at the SSE Hydro while he’ll play Aberdeen’s P&J Live on November 23.

Mum and daughter fans Seonaid and Eve Biaioni, from Helensburgh, were thoroughly enjoying their day out on Glasgow Green.

Eve said: “We are so excited to be here. I can’t wait to see AJ Tracey and Freddo but I’m most excited to see Gerry Cinnamon.”

Her mum added: “I’m excited to see Gerry Cinnamon too.”

Gerry’s popularity among revellers was clear, with most saying he was their top artist to see at TRNSMT.

Charlotte Nimmo, from Kilwinning, said: “We are basically coming just to see Gerry Cinnamon.”

Her friend Rebecca Patterson added: “I can’t wait to see Gerry Cinnamon.”

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Gerry’s performance at the festival comes after he wowed huge crowds at Glastonbury. He also supported Liam Gallagher at an outdoor gig in Cork, Ireland last month.

Some festival-goers joked he should have headlined the event.

Throughout the day fans chanted his name before he had even made his appearance on the main stage.

Eva Young and Mirrin Dyer simply screamed his name after telling us it was their first TRNSMT.

Music fans were spoiled for choice at the number of acts that were playing.

John Robertson and Jonny Healey were debating who to see as John wanted to see Example and Jonny was keen to take in Stormzy.

Jonny said: “I think we will maybe catch a bit of both. Example finishes just as Stormzy starts.”

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When asked, “Will you run from one stage to another?” Jonny joked that he would probably end up staying exactly where he was.

Some revellers have been keenly waiting for the event for months.

Aleesha Jane Walker, from Ayr, was travelling with her mum Melanie and friend Carly Spence.

Aleesha said: “We got our tickets when they came out in March. Carly is here the full weekend. I’m here two days.

“We went to TRNSMT last year to see the Stereophonics and we didn’t leave the main stage the whole time.”