TRNSMT 2023 kicked off on Glasgow Green on Friday, with Britpop legends Pulp closing things out on the main stage.

The festival is back for a sixth year, having replaced T in the Park in 2017.

Dead Pony kicked things off on the main stage while Boyish were the openers on the King Tut's stage, with thousands of fans flocking to Scotland's biggest city for the event.

Friday featured sets from the likes of The Big Moon, Joesef, The View and Paul Heaton, who had put money behind the bar in nearby pubs for fans to enjoy a drink.

Former One Direction star Niall Horan proved a big draw on the main stage, and was later spotted sipping a can of Tennent's as he enjoyed a performance from George Ezra.

Headlining the first day were Pulp, who closed their set with the iconic 'Common People'. You can read our review here.

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Saturday will see acts like Aitch, The Wombats and Lucy Spraggan take to the stage, though things could get a little damp with a thunderstorm warning in place.

Leicester band Kasabian sit second on the bill on the main stage with Sam Fender to close things out.

Fresh off two headlining shows at St James' Park in his native Newcastle, the 29-year-old first played the festival in 2019 when he appeared early on the main stage.

Our photographer Gordon Terris was there to capture images of the day - see the best ones in the gallery above.

We'll have coverage of the festival throughout the weekend.