MOGWAI and Regular Music are today delighted to announce full details of Big City 2024. In addition to announcing the stage splits for the incredible music acts that have already been announced, the festival is thrilled to reveal the line-up for the White Rabbit Books tent which will host David Keenan; Audrey Golden; Simon Price; Stuart Braithwaite; Ali Millar and Richard Norris at the inaugural festival in Glasgow’s Queen’s Park on Saturday 29 June.

Mogwai are also delighted to announce that on Friday 28th June – on the eve of Big City 2024 – Glasgow Film Theatre will play host to the Scottish premiere of Mogwai: If the Stars Had a Sound documentary, followed by a live Q&A with Director Antony Crook and members of the band.

Created, curated and headlined by Mogwai, Big City 2024 is an all-day festival, which will be the band’s first show in Scotland since their run of sold out shows at Glasgow Barrowland. Mogwai will be joined in the Big Top by Slowdive, Nadine Shah, Beak, Michael Rother, Kathryn Joseph while over on the Rock Action Stage, bdrmm will be joined by Cloth, Elisabeth Elektra; Free Love; Goat Girl and Sacred Paws.

White Rabbit Books will host the Big City literary salon which will run all afternoon. Featuring David Keenan in conversation with Stephen Pastel and publisher Lee Brackstone, about his legendary cult novel – now phenomenon – This is Memorial Device; Curepedia author Simon Price discussing The Cure with Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite; Nicola Meighan in conversation with Scottish novelist Ali Millar (Ava Anna Ada, The Last Days) and Factory Records scholar, Audrey Golden (I Thought I Heard You Speak); and Richard Norris on his critically acclaimed memoir, Strange Things Are Happening. Feed Your Head.

Big City 2024 also promises to delight food fans, with The Pit presenting a range of incredible food offerings at this year’s inaugural festival, including Doughmans Land Pizza, Streat Scullery; Mac Love; Farrah Gelato; Planet G; Hector & Harriet; Free the Chilli; Mam Thai Food; Award winning Fish & Chips on wheels from Kilmarnock; Prime Street Food Korean Chicken and Fergie’s Kitchen (Vegan).

Says Mogwai’s Stuart Braithwaite: “We are delighted to announce Big City’s full festival offering today. We are excited to have so many of our friends and label mates perform at the festival and to announce such a brilliant literary talent line up in our hometown of Glasgow. It’s been amazing fun curating this festival and we can’t wait to welcome our fans to Queens Park for what’s going to be a brilliant day and really thrilled to be able to kick the weekend off with the Scottish premiere of our documentary If the Stars Had a Sound”

Over 25 years and 10 studio albums Mogwai have defined their own musical genre and built a loyal following by staying true to their sound and true to their roots. Mogwai: If the Stars Had a Sound takes us on a journey from their very beginnings in the mid 1990s, to the band writing their tenth studio album during lockdown.

Stage Times

Big City Tent
21:05 – 22:45 Mogwai
19:20 – 20:35 Slowdive
18:05 – 18:50 Nadine Shah
16:50 – 17:35 Beak>
15:25 – 16:20 Michael Rother
14:30 – 15:00 Kathryn Joseph

Rock Action Tent
20:25 – 21:05 Bdrmm
18:50 – 19:20 Free Love
17:35 – 18:05 Goat Girl
16:20 – 16:50 Cloth
15:00 – 15:30 Elisabeth Elektra
14:00 – 14:30 Sacred Paws

Tickets are available for Big City 2024: