The brand new event comes to Glasgow in August 2020.
The first-ever Galvanize Festival is set to take place in 2020.
The series of outdoor shows takes place at SWG3’s Galvanisers Yard, Glasgow from 19 – 30 August 2020.
Headlining the festival’s first night on Wednesday 19 August will be Tom Walker. The Brit Award-winner released his debut album What a Time to Be Alive in March 2019, spawning the huge hit single Leave A Light On. Tom will be joined at the gig by rising Scottish singer-songwriter Aaron Smith.
Friday 21 August will see legendary indie rockers The Libertines take on headline duties. Fans can look forward to hearing the band perform hit tracks such as Don’t Look Back Into The Sun and Can’t Stand Me Now.
The following night will see a headline set from Two Door Cinema Club, who released their latest album False Alarm to critical acclaim last year.
Known for massive hits such as Going Out, Pumping On Your Stereo and Alright, Britpop heroes Supergrass will headline the brand new festival on Sunday 23 August.
Wednesday 26 August will see the festival welcome Example to their outdoor stage for a rousing set featuring hit tracks such as Stay Awake and Changed The Way You Kiss Me.
Legendary Boston rock pioneers Pixies are set to headline the event on Thursday 27 August. The Black Francis lead rockers released their seventh studio album Beneath the Eyrie in September 2019. Support comes from The Slow Show.
Closing the festival on Sunday 30 August will be Baltimore pop punks All Time Low who are currently preparing for the eagerly anticipated release of their brand new album Wake Up, Sunshine. Support comes from Sleeping With Sirens and As It Is.
Galvanize Festival 2020 line-up
Wednesday 19 August 2020
- Tom Walker
- Aaron Smith
Friday 21 August 2020
- The Libertines
Saturday 22 August 2020
- Two Door Cinema Club
Sunday 23 August 2020
Wednesday 26 August 2020
Thursday 27 August 2020
- The Slow Show
Sunday 30 August 2020
- All Time Low
- Sleeping With Sirens
- As It Is
Tickets for Galvanize Festival 2020 will be available from 9:00 on Friday 28 February 2020 through Ticketmaster.co.uk.