The Clutha Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)

the clutha

Friday 15th April 2016 : Dizzy Corner take the Clutha stage from 8pm on Friday with the promise to having you “spinning around” (even without too much to drink!)

Saturday 16th April 2016 : If you miss the days of Jefferson Airplane, The Kinks, The Mamas & The Papas AND The Beatles, then The Fast Camels are the band for you! Their 60s blend of psychedelic pop/rock is the Saturday afternoon soundtrack from 4pm. From 8pm, it’s bound to be a special one at The Clutha when Big Black Taxi take to the stage with their take on some of the biggest and best rock anthems!

Sunday 17th April 2016 : Hear the chart-toppers of tomorrow from 1pm on Sunday afternoon with “The Clutha Kids”, the young voices who are destined for BIG things! From 6.30pm, Paolo Nutini’s favourite Glasgow band, The Kicks are bringing the weekend to a close with their unique blend of pop, soul and funk! Nutini has jammed TWICE with the band already, could it be third time lucky at The Clutha this weekend?!

Maggie Mays (Trongate, Glasgow)


Friday 15th April 2016 : From 9pm, resident band, Mick Edgar’s Folkin’ Blues Band will be bringing the best in folk and blues to get your weekend started!

Saturday 16th April 2016 : Following on from Friday, Mick Edgar’s Folkin’ Blues Band are providing the Saturday soundtrack from 6pm!

Sweeney’s On The Park (Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow)


Friday 15th April 2016 : From 9pm on Friday, Empire will be kicking off the weekend in style at Sweeney’s with their eclectic setlist of pop and rock from the 1960s to the present day!

Saturday 16th April 2016 : Cahoots provide the Saturday afternoon soundtrack from 4pm, while Parting Glass will be LIVE from 9pm!

The Scotia Bar (Stockwell Street, Glasgow)


Friday 15th April 2016 : From 9.30pm, resident band, Frank O’Hagan Band will be providing the kick-starter to the weekend at The Scotia Bar!

Saturday 16th April 2016 : From 4.30pm, Renegade bring their acoustic take on rock, blues and Americana from Pink Floyd to Queen (and back again!) on Saturday afternoon, while Blind Panik are bringing “foot stompin’ rockin’ boogie” from 9.30pm!

Sunday 17th April 2016 : From 3pm, The Debt Collectors will be helping you delay the Monday blues with their take on classic rock and blues from AC/DC to Led Zepellin, while trio, Three Card Trick will be rounding off the weekend in style with their blend of rock, pop, blues and soul from 6pm.