Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!This is the moment a Scottish drummer was given the once in a lifetime opportunity to perform in front of thousands of fans with The Killers at TRNSMT Festival.The budding drummer, Tony, had made his way to the front barrier, where he held up a cheeky sign asking to play.To Tony’s shock and the shock of the 45,000 strong crowd The Killers’ frontman Brandon Flowers said yes.TRNSMT fans’ fury as ‘golden circle’ chaos ‘ruins festival atmosphere’The band were playing their headline set at TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow Green, which has seen the likes of Stereophonics, Liam Gallagher and Queen + Adam Lambert take to the stage.Brandon Flowers asked Tony: “Do you know the song?” and “Are you Scottish?”.When Tony nodded to both questions he was invited up on stage.The crowd could be seen letting out massive cheers every time the Scot was projected onto the big screens.Midway through the performance The Killers’ frontman commented on Tony’s drumming: “You’ve been doing your homework, Tony”.And after a rocking drum solo, he added: “That was good, we had a disaster situation like that in Belgium but he pulled it through.”The US group brought the festival to a close, with home town acts Franz Ferdinand and Chrvches also taking to the main stage.Music lovers basked in 23C temperatures on Sunday as the heatwave continued for the last day of the five day event.The TRNSMT first timer and one time Ed Sheeran muse said: “I love playing gigs in Scotland and I feel like festivals are even better because everybody is a bit drunk and just up for it.”TRNSMT is in its second year after taking over from T in the Park as Scotland’s major summer music festival. Spread over two weekends, Queen + Adam Lambert headlined on Friday, following Texas, The Alabama 3 and The Darkness.TRNSMT 2018: Police praise crowds as only five are banned from site with drugsThe line up the previous weekend included headline performances by Liam Gallagher and Arctic Monkeys, with Wolf Alice, Interpol and The Courteeners among the other acts appearing.Mr Ellis said bands had been singing the praises of the event and audience figures are “well up” on the previous year and could near 250,000. He said: “I’m really pleased with it.
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