Scottish Women Inventing Music are delighted to announce we have been invited to raise awareness of our organisation at this year’s TRNSMT Festival.

The festival has also announced new Queen Tut’s stage will become a permanent feature at the festival in a bid to reduce the ‘play gap’.

Artists including Lauren Spiteri, LUNIR, ST MARTiiNS, Cara Rose, Chlobocop, Scarlett Randle will perform on Friday 12th July + Zoe Graham, CRYSTAL, Sahara, Tongue Trap, Wet Look, Swim School play on Saturday 13th July + The Eves, Zoee, Tamzene, Stephanie Cheape, Deni Smith, Baby Taylah join the bill on Sunday 14th July 2019.

Scottish Women Inventing Music is a grassroots organisation partly inspired by KEYCHANGE, the international music initiative pledging 50:50 gender representation on festival and concert stages by 2022. 

As Founder of SWIM, I’m delighted that DF have invited us this year to promote, celebrate and support women artists at TRANSMIT and to fuel the discussion of creating a more equal and collaborative industry.” says Hilary Brooks

SWIM is a community of music creators and industry professionals who identify as female, and welcome non-binary, trans and queer women. The charity is committed to achieving a level playing field for women, pushing for gender equality across the music industry, which includes musicians, DJs, composers, photographers, journalists and tech staff. Across the weekend of TRNSMT, festival goers will have the chance to hear more about their important work and donate to support our mission. 

Full details on TRNSMT including ticket information can be found at: WWW.TRNSMTFEST.COM