HERALDED as the home of the live music in Glasgow, King Tut’s will once again kick off your year in the best and loudest way, as they unveil the lineup for their 2019 New Year’s Revolution.
Held over 15 nights, with almost 80 bands, these unique events bring together some of the Scotland’s best emerging talent, and this year is no exception. Indie four-piece Luna the Professor at the first to head the bill only three days into the new year, closely followed by a stream of other headliners including The Rising Souls, Bad Hombres, St Martiins and Deni Smith. The series of gigs is rounded off by Glasgow’s own Walt Disco, the four-piece alternative band who are making all the noise up and down the country with their unique 80s-inspired indie-pop sound.
Fans are not only treated to these amazing headliners, but also enjoy a host of other bands playing every night including Parliamo, Dopesickly, Drift, Rigid Soul and many more, a lineup that transcends genres and is testament to the strength of the scene in Scotland. Also, for those not too concerned with working in the morning, King Tut’s is allowing you to stay and party on with aftershow performances and special guest DJs, including a closing part with Tenement TV on the decks.
Fans can enjoy all of this for only with the legendary ‘Golden Ticket’, giving you access to every single New Year’s Revolution show, for only £25 until the 16th of November, £40 thereafter.
The ninth edition of this celebration of emerging talent is one of the best ways to clear away the January blues. Tickets are on sale now.