The Arts and Entertainment scene in Glasgow is hot and happening 24/7 every day of the year. Entertaining visitors and locals come naturally, so much so that our city was awarded the title UNESCO City of Music in 2008. We can guarantee that you’ll find an event to suit your own taste and budget at any time of the year, day and night.
Easily identifiable from a distance, the Ovo Hydro is an iconic building in the heart of the city centre. Everyone and anyone that’s big in the entertainment industry will usually perform here. With a capacity to seat over 14,000 people, the OVO HYDRO in Glasgow may just pop up on your list of “must visits” at some point.
Summer nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand return in 2023. Only a short walk from the City Apartments, acts including Anastacia, Del Amitri and The Shires are lined up to play. The outdoor art deco bandstand is in Kelvingrove Park, and has amphitheatre style seating and a superb calendar of summer events.
169 acres of loveliness is one way to describe Bellahouston Park. Sometime an afternoon of good old fashioned fun outside is all you need to switch off.
Glasgow Green (Home to TRNSMT)
A wonderful amenity, Glasgow Green is not only within easy reach of the city centre, its 136 acres is used for quite a few festivals and events to entertain and delight the public all year round Saltmarket.
La Cheetah Club
Mixmag says La Cheetah Club is “Glasgow’s infamous, intimate basement venue” and they could very well be right. An advocate for local talent they attract the best acts from all over the world of electronic music. Consistently voted as one of its 25 UK Clubs, it really does deliver as a night-time venue.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
2023 has been a great year so far for King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. It has won the Ticketmaster award for UK Indie venue of the Year. For 33 years this venue has nurtured, curated and celebrated the very best musicians at all stages of their career. Alumni include Snow Patrol, Manic Street Preachers and Pulp no less.