The first tickets have been sold for Scotland's new music festival, TRNSMT.
Radiohead, Kasabian and Biffy Clyro are headlining the event in Glasgow Green between July 7 and 9 this year.
Staged by DF Concerts, the non-camping TRNSMT festival was created after it was announced that T in the Park was to ''take a break'' in 2017 as organisers look to resolve issues around its recent move to a new site in Perthshire.
Geoff Ellis, head of DF Concerts, said the new Glasgow festival is not a replacement for T in the Park and both events could be staged next year.
TRNSMT will have two stages, with other acts on the line-up including The 1975, Catfish and the Bottlemen, and Belle & Sebastian.
The first tickets went on sale on Wednesday morning to fans who had signed up to a mailing list, with the general sale opening on Friday.
Mr Ellis said: "We're incredibly pleased to be bringing such a fresh, new festival to Scotland.
"TRNSMT will bring together the best in live music, from global acts to the best cutting-edge artists on the King Tut's Stage, powered by Utilita - against the iconic skyline of Glasgow.
"Over the next few weeks, we'll be announcing the rest of the line-up, as well as all the additional experiences that TRNSMT will have to offer."
Glasgow City Council leader Frank McAveety said: "Glasgow lives and breathes live music. Our city has venues, events and - most importantly - crowds to match anywhere in the world.
"TRNSMT is already shaping up to be an exciting event that will add to that global reputation - and become a big date in the city's summer calendar."