You are visiting Glasgow and want to check out what’s on offer to entertain you, you are wondering how vibrant the arts and entertainment sector is here. Glasgow is brimming with venues that offer live music, comedy, and theatre. The arts and entertainment scene in Glasgow is as more alive than it has ever been for over 30 years. As for festivals, every week of the year, there is a festival happening somewhere in our city.
169 acres of elegance with any number of facilities including a walled garden, sunken garden, maze, sculptures, and tennis courts.
Glasgow Green (Home to TRNSMT)
One of Glasgow’s oldest parks it covers 136 acres and is well known for hosting several events throughout the year.
King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut
What a place, what a name, what a venue. King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut opened over 30 years and still defines and influences the music scene in Glasgow today. Famed for showcasing and emerging acts including Snow Patrol, Pulp, Florence and the Machine they are situated on Vincent Street easily accessible by public transport.