GLASGOW'S "biggest" electronic music festival is returning this summer with a line-up of Scottish and international acts.

The Riverside Festival 2024 will take place on May 25 and 26, at the Riverside Museum (below).

Headliners include production duo, LF System, made up of West Lothian friends Conor Larkman and Sean Finnigan.

The National: Riverside Museum, by Holly McInally

They will take to the main stage on Saturday 25 with their disco-infused house music - the pair broke into the industry with their single, Afraid To Feel, which topped the official UK charts for eight weeks in 2022.

They'll be joined by the likes of Green Velvet, Reinier Zonneveld, and local favourites Slam.

As well as exclusive sets from DJs in the international scene, many Scottish acts will also be performing on the banks of the Clyde.

Festival director, Mark Mackechnie said: “After last year’s landmark 10th anniversary, we’re excited to once again bring some of the world’s freshest electronic music talent to Glasgow, as well as continue supporting the diversity and creativity of the local club scene.

"With more big-name acts to be announced, we’re confident next year’s May Bank Holiday weekend will be the biggest and best party in town.”

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The Satellite Stage will play host to some of Scotland’s up-and-coming artists, such as DJ Suzie, also known as Suzie McFadden, and Cyan Tempest.

Presale for tickets starts on January 11 at 10am with the general sale going live on Friday 12.

Visit to sign up for early access and buy tickets.