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9 July 2017, 08:19
50,000 saw Kasabian headline day two of Scotland's newest music festival.
Kasabian headlined the sold-out Saturday night of TRNSMT on Glasgow Green, with a bumper crowd enjoying hits such as You're In Love With A Psycho, Shoot The Runner and Club Foot.
Organisers say attendance at the event has been beyond expectations, with numbers set to exceed 100,000 by the end of the final day today.
Police Scotland have praised the crowds for their good behaviour, with only one one arrest so far, while the Scottish Ambulance Service said it has had no serious injuries to deal with.
The three-day event runs over the same weekend usually taken up by T In The Park, which organiser DF Concerts announced last November would "take a break" in 2017.
TRNSMT fan Olivia Carswell, said: ''I went to T in the Park last year, this is much better.''
The event finishes later with acts such as The View, Twin Atlantic, Two Door Cinema Club and headliners Biffy Clyro.
Saturday's showing also included Stormzy, Catfish And The Bottlemen, Circa Waves and Cabbage.
Fans on Friday were able to see London Grammar, Belle And Sebastian and headliners Radiohead.
Security was tight after recent terror attacks in the UK but the atmosphere was praised.
Chief Inspector Simon Jeacocke, Event Commander for Police Scotland, said: ''We would like to remind those attending that there is a zero tolerance approach to drugs.
"We continue to have an armed presence outside Glasgow Green for everyone's safety and security."