BarrasFest 2019

BarrasFest 2019

23 Productions & Soundsense Events Presents…

BarrasFest. A new two day indoor music festival in The Greatest Venue for Live Music in the World; the iconic Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow’s East End Quarter.

Featuring live music from some of Scotland’s best up and coming and underground bands, the best young talent in the country, local legends and international acts, festival favourites, comperes and DJs.

Friday line up

– Yoko Pwno.
– The Hoojamamas.
– Melisa Kelly and the Smokin’ Crows.
– Feet of Clay (Album Launch).
– Starry Skies.
– Connor Fyfe and Robin Ashcroft Music.


DJs: Liam Elliott and Mark DjFive Lang (Colonel Mustard & The Dijon 5/GROOVE CITY RADIO).

Comperes: Darren Connell and David Blair.

Saturday line up

– Mungo’s Hi Fi.
– The Girobabies (Celebrating 10 Years of Highs & Lows).
– Steve Mason (Acoustic).
– John McMustard & Friends.
– The Moods.

DJs: Jo D’arc and thewisegoldfish.

BarrasFest 2019

Comperes: Cat Hepburn – Writer & Spoken Word Artist and Leyla Josephine.

£15+BF day tickets with a limited number of £23+BF early bird discounted weekend tickets:

We are delighted to be working on this with our official charity partner Help Musicians Scotland. We will be fundraising for them and raising awareness for their 24/7 mental health service, Music Minds Matter, which is available to anyone who works in the music industry:

“Whatever you’re going through right now, you can contact Music Minds Matter on 0808 802 8008 or email us at

If you work in music and are struggling to cope, or know someone who is, talk to us. It doesn’t have to be a crisis, or about music. We have trained advisors that are here to listen, support and help at any time.”

£1 from every BarrasFest ticket sold will go to Help Musicians Scotland. 100% of the money raised for them stays in Scotland to help and support those in the Scottish music community.

Over 14’s gig. Under 16’s MUST be accompanied by their parent/guardian.

Thank you to Marcus Raynal Hislop/The Notorious Gasoline Company for the artwork.

BarrasFest; bringing people together and helping others through the love of music.

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