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~ CONCERT VENUES ~

Glasgow has one of the most vibrant entertainment scenes in the world. See below for a list of venues.

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Top Entertainment Venues include:

Oran Mor

This hugely popular entertainment venue has it all, incredible music, tasty food, and all under one roof. What really sells it, is its exceptional atmosphere at any time of the day or night.

The Ovo Hydro

A familiar sight on the Glaswegian skyline, the Ovo Hydro is the stomping ground of A-List acts from around the world who can entertain to more than 14,000 in one venue. It’s an atmosphere to experience like you can’t imagine.

Kelvingrove Bandstand

In its 7th year, Summer Nights at the Bandstand is back in Kelvingrove Park to entertain and delight in the surroundings of Kelvingrove Park. Book now to see favourite acts including Primal Scream, KT Tunstall and Edwyn Collins. Date nights are back on the agenda!

SWG3

As shown on their website, the message is that SWG3 is a place for “Dancing, Watching, Performing, creating and drinking “With so many gigs already sold out for 2022, do spend time browsing their website to make sure you get tickets for the gig you want.

Small / Intimate Concert Venues

Room 2

Room 2
Hat’s off to the staff and management of Room 2 who opened back in 2019 just as the live music scene came to a halt. This year it is predicted that Room 2 will have an impressive programme of events to display over at 69 Mandela Place, Glasgow.

La Cheetah Club

La Cheetah Club
Queen Street, Glasgow is where you’ll find La Cheetah Club, one of the city’s most sought after clubs. An intimate venue with broad appeal, it remains hot property for those serious about the visiting the best of the Glasgow club scene venues.

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut

King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
Everyone and anyone at the forefront of Scotland’s live music scene will have performed at some stage in their career at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. Established in 1990, some of the industry’s biggest names to have performed there include Pulp, Snow Patrol, Florence and the machine, the list goes on. You’ll find the club located at 272A St. Vincent Street.

Stereo

Stereo
Located in a Charles Rennie Mackintosh building, the surrounds are calm, beautiful by day, and at night live performances and gigs entertain until the wee hours. Open daily from noon until 7pm, note that the kitchen closes at 9pm

The 13th Note

The 13th Note
During the day, everyone is welcome but after 8pm all gigs have a strictly over 18 policies. An independent bar and restaurant venue in Merchant city, the restaurant itself only serves vegan food as is among Glasgow’s top 100 restaurants.

Broadcast

Broadcast
A true late-night venue, Broadcast is open every night until 3am. Gigs generally run from 19.00 to 22.15, and then the clubs take over and run from 23.00 to 03.00hrs.

Platform

Platform
A venue with a difference Platform has eating, drinking, and socialising disguised as a huge indoor street food restaurant and bar with sustainability at the heart of what they do. You’ll find them at 253 Argyle Street, Glasgow

The Garage

The Garage
In a fast-paced world, the Garage doesn’t want to be left behind and this exciting venue is open 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Everyone knows “The Garage” for its wide range of music that spans hip hop, Indie, RnB, chart, and dance. Spread over 4 different levels the club hosts a mighty 200 gigs a year.

Mono

Mono
Mono’s motto is ‘Eat, drink and be entertained” all under one roof. The venue has a steady stream of events going on including workshops, poetry readings, live music performances and exciting exhibitions. All food served is vegan and made on site by an exceptionally talented kitchen team

The Old Hairdresser’s

The Old Hairdresser’s
Jam packed with events lined for the next few months, The Old Hairdressers located on Renfield Lane supports a wide variety of artists and admission to most events are either free or low cost. If supporting emerging talent appeals to you, so will this venue.

Nice N Sleazy

Nice N Sleazy
Sauchiehall Street just wouldn’t be the same without Nice N Sleazy. Famous for so many things including live music, great cocktails and friendly patrons, it’s a great spot to go to party the night away.

More things to see and do in Glasgow

tours

Tours

Touring Glasgow is so easy with the option to travel by foot, bike, or bus.

top attractions

Top Attractions

So many fantastic attractions waiting to be discovered, places to visit and more.

shopping

Shopping

Shopping is national pastime in Glasgow, and you’ll find all your favourite high street shops.

THE MACKINTOSH HOUSE

Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Recognised as Scotland’s best loved interior designer and architect.

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Things to do with Kids

Glasgow is most definitely a family friendly city in the Scotland, UK.

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Arts and Entertainment

It really is a top city if your keen on culture and contemporary culture.

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FOOD & DRINK IN GLASGOW

Glasgow’s food and drink culture, its gastronomic success stories.

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Glasgow's Park & Gardens

Glasgow has a wonderful selection of public parks in and around the city.