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King Tut's Summer Nights

In partnership with Coors, King Tut’s Summer Nights music festival is back, celebrating its tenth year!

Summer Nights showcases over 100 of the best rising talent Scotland has to offer across 7 weeks this Summer, kicking off on Thursday 18th July with Robyn Red and running through until Saturday 31st August with Sister Madds closing the festival.

Music fans can expect nights of Indie, Pop, Rock, Folk and everything in between. 
Artists to watch this year include jagged pop-rockers Sister Madds, alt-rock singer Petch, Lanarkshire post-punk outfit Bandit Country, indie troubadour Lewis McLaughlin, 17 year old singer-songwriter Abbie Gordon, and experimental songwriter, singer and guitarist Samuel Nicholson.

The legendary venue has seen some of the world's biggest artists grace it's stage over the years. It's become known as a platform for the stars of tomorrow with the likes of OasisSam Fender & Paolo Nutini all playing there in their formative years. Previously, King Tut's Summer Nights has seen Scottish artists such as Joesef and Katie Gregson-Macleod play the festival as new, up and coming artists. It is the best place for music fans to find their next favourite artist.

The much loved 'Golden Ticket' also returns this year, giving fans the chance to access over 100 acts for only £50 - on sale here.

King Tut's Summer Nights