The rain arrived at TRNSMT in Glasgow on Saturday but it didn't dampen the enthusiasm of thousands of music fans.

Kasabian, Aitch and Mimi Webb were among the acts to perform on the main stage after Britpop legends Pulp had rocked Glasgow Green on Friday night.

By the time headliner Sam Fender took to the stage the rain was teeming down, but the Geordie singer-songwriter went down a storm.

He said: “We’ve played every stage in this festival, from a little stage over there to the main stage.

“It’s just really surreal.

“I just feel like nothing is f****** real anymore.”

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He played hits such as Getting Started, Will We Talk and Hypersonic Missiles.

Mid-set, the Geordie singer led the crowd in a chant of “F*** the Tories.”

He previously said he had “hated” the party and that nothing has changed since he was young.

Geoff Ellis, festival director at TRNSMT said: “Saturday at TRNSMT is always pretty special and this one was no different.

“Seeing Sam Fender close the main stage after years of moving his way up the festival was a proud moment and there’s no one better to get the crowd ready for him than Kasabian.

“The bar was set high across the site and it’s always amazing to witness fans discovering new music from the likes of Swim School and Heidi Curtis. We were keeping a close eye on the weather but any showers were overshadowed by an action packed day of live music.”

Our photographer Colin Mearns was on site to capture all the action - check out some of his best pictures in the gallery above.