King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut Summer Nights music festival is back! With the grassroots festival returning for it's ninth year, fans can expect another 27 nights of the freshest talent Scotland has to offer.
For years, the legendary venue has served as a platform to some of the world’s most famous artists at the very beginning of their careers. From Oasis to Paolo Nutini, many icons have started out at Tut's and Summer Nights is a chance to see the icons of tomorrow start their journeys through the venue too. In previous years, Summer Nights has seen Scottish stars such as Joesef and Katie Gregson-Macleod grace the stage as new, up and coming artists. The festival really is the place to find your next favourite artist.
Summer Nights begins on Thursday 13th July with Cara McBride and runs through until Saturday 26th August with Theta closing the festival. Summer Nights will see over 100 acts playing across the 27 nights, music fans can expect to see nights of indie, pop, rock, folk and everything in between
Artists to watch this year include dreamy house producer Rory James, trad- electronic duo Valtos, Tiktok sensation Scratchcard Wednesday and alt-indie stars Bottle Rockets.