Glasgow: five things to do this weekend
Whether you’re into music, travel, or spending time outdoors, we’ve got five fantastic things to do in and around Glasgow this week.
Japanese girl group Bridear is coming to Glasgow this Saturday, giving a concert in Nice n Sleazy. Bridear combines heavy metal with progressive rock and J-Pop to create a unique sound and a performance you won’t want to miss.
This 18+ event starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost £ 28.25, or £ 55 for a VIP package that includes early access to the venue, a meet and greet and a signed photo. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust Open Weekend
The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust (GVVT) will host an open weekend showcasing some of the city’s iconic historic transportations. This exhibit is perfect for those who love history and travel.
Tickets cost £ 5 for adults and £ 3 for children and OAPs. For more information on booking, call 01415540544.
Grungefest Charity Festival
Scotland’s largest festival dedicated to grunge music arrives in Glasgow this weekend at the Classic Grand. On Saturdays from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. you can enjoy some of the best grunge and new wave tributes at a charity festival for Diabetes UK.
Tickets cost between £ 20-30 and can be purchased HERE.
Night of the 80s simply delighted
Rendezvous simply delighted at the Admiral Bar on Saturday with a special theme dedicated to one of the most beloved decades of music: the 80s. Pop, electro, soul, indie and rock are on the program of this event where they promise to make you dance and meet all your requests.
Tickets cost £ 5 and can be purchased HERE.
The big dog walk
The Big Dog Walk arrives Sunday at Chatelherault Park in Hamilton, Glasgow. Walkers can choose between 2 km, 5 km or 10 km walks, and there is a walk for puppies as well as more anxious dogs.
Tickets cost £ 10.50 for adults and those under 16 are free. They can be purchased HERE.