TRNSMT star exits bar bill at SIX Glasgow pubs – grab a free pint here

Revelers traveling to TRNSMT can enjoy free booze after singer Paul Heaton put money behind the bar at six pubs.

The beautiful south star61, will later take the stage with a special guest at the Glasgow Green Festival today.

Fans can pick up a free drink paid for by Paul Heaton in Glasgow today


Fans can pick up a free drink paid for by Paul Heaton in Glasgow todayPhoto credit: Facebook
Paul Heaton paid the bar bills of six drinkers ahead of his TRNSMT appearance on TODAY


Paul Heaton paid the bar bills of six drinkers ahead of his TRNSMT appearance on TODAYPhoto credit: Facebook/Paul Heaton
The three-day festival begins today


The three-day festival begins todayCredit: Michael Schofield

The three-day extravaganza, running July 7-9, will also feature big acts like Pulp, Sam Fender, The 1975 and Kasabian.

Ahead of his much-anticipated performance, the former bartender has been footing the bill at six locations near the East End festival site.

Sharing it on social media, Paul said: “Glasgow, as a thank you and as a little help during the cost crisis I’m leaving some money behind the bar at a couple of local pubs near TRNSMT festival for some that you.” have a drink to him tomorrow afternoon…”

The “Happy Hour” singer He had previously amassed £60,000 in bar tabs across the country to buy fans a pint to celebrate his 60th birthday last year.

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Paul has selected six Glasgow venues for players to visit before heading out to the festival today.

The bolt stays open until the money runs out – or the bolt is dry.

The six pubs involved are 226 Gallowgate (226 Gallowgate), The Old Burnt Barns, Lynch’s Bar (179 London Road), The Braemar Bar (147 London Road), The Tolbooth Bar (11 Saltmarket) and Whistler on the Green (5 Greendykes). Street).

Fans and bands were delighted by the gesture – and expressed their appreciation for offering Paul a pint.

’90s legends The Farm wrote, “Man of the people!”

Another wrote: “This is such a lovely gesture. Paul has always been one of my favorite musicians. Since being a fan for years, I’ve discovered that he’s the most generous, genuine person in the music industry.”

A third added: “Another fantastic gesture from this fantastic guy! Might teach some others in the music industry a thing or two about humility. Respect!”

We reported that music fans heading to Glasgow Green received an urgent warning about their tickets.

There are some big changes coming for the festival – for the first time, children are not allowed in.

Bosses are also urging people to use public transport to get to and from Glasgow Green.

It is highly recommended to use trains, buses and underground to get to Glasgow city centre. From there it is a short walk to Glasgow Green.

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Emma James

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