Glasgow’s King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut has released details of their “Summer Nights 2013” line-up today.

Kicking off in July, the event will showcase over 60 live bands across 15 nights; it has become wildly popular with both fans and critics alike and provides the perfect platform for emerging talent.

This summer will see the like of Sunshine Social, Japanese-pop outfit Taffy, Michael Cassidy, Campfires In Winter, The OK Social Club and Glasgow-based band, SOS all take to the famous Tut’s stage to play live for music-lovers.

The DF Concert-owned venue opened it’s doors in early 1990 and has played host to now some of the biggest bands around; Oasis, Manic Street Preachers, Florence + The Machine, Radiohead, The Killers and Snow Patrol all played gigs at the venue in their early days of potential and promise.

“Summer Nights” was launched in 2010.

For full details of the line-up (with many more DJs and “Midnight Guests” yet to be announced) and ticket information, go