TRNSMT is returning to Glasgow Green, which means people will be traveling across the country to see the best works of music.
The daytime festival will run for three days, with ticket holders traveling to and from the event each day.
This means that public transport is likely to be busy, especially at the beginning and end of each day.
However, ScotRail workers have been on strike every Sunday since April 28, which means limited services are in place.
Last trains often arrive hours earlier, with slower and less frequent services.
The strikes were originally scheduled to last until September 5, but the recent vote means they will continue throughout the fall.
What does this mean for your TRNSMT journey …
Are there Scott Rail strikes on Sunday, September 12?
Yes, there will be a strike on Sunday, September 12, after the striking workers have voted to continue.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) announced last week that 80% of Scottish conductors had voted to continue the strike until Sunday, October 17.
Commenting on the decision, RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch said: Scotland Which has forced us to continue this campaign of industrial action.
“I would like to congratulate our members who have stood firm for more than six months in this fight for pay, justice and equality, despite provocative provocations from employers.
“This fight is ongoing and now it is up to Scottrell and his political masters to take this key group of staff seriously, stop negotiations and negotiate with the union for a fair and just settlement.”
How will this affect my journey from TRNSMT?
If you were planning To travel by train to TRNSMT, you should check the Scotrail’s synchronized timetable thoroughly.
You can find more details about which services are running here.
If you have already purchased a ticket for which you now need a refund, you can apply for one here.
Scottrell said he would issue travel advice for TRNSMT early next week.