Gigs in Glasgow Tonight: A Guide to the Best Live Music Shows

Are you looking for the best live music shows in Glasgow tonight? Look no further! From The SSE Hydro to Kelvingrove Bandstand, Glasgow has a wide variety of venues for all kinds of concerts, festivals, and tour dates. Whether you're looking for a relaxed setting or an iconic concert hall, there's something for everyone. Read on to find out more about the best gigs in Glasgow tonight. The SSE Hydro is one of the most iconic concert halls in Glasgow, thanks to its characteristic flashing neon sign. It's also home to Arrival The World's Greatest ABBA Show on December 28th, with the participation of original ABBA and RSNO musicians.

The SWG3 complex is another great venue for live music. It has undergone a major renovation in recent times and now houses four concert halls, from the intimate Poetry Club to the Galvanisers, with a capacity of more than 1000 people. There are also occasional outdoor concerts at The Yard. If you're looking for a more relaxed setting, head over to Stereo's sister venue, Mono.

Here you can search for records in their in-house record store before your concert. Another great option is the recently renovated Kelvingrove Bandstand, located in Kelvingrove Park. It's easily one of the most picturesque live music venues in Glasgow. Del Amitri will present a free show for NHS staff and other key workers at The Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow on December 9th. Stripping his songs to their purest state, Newton Faulkner will perform at Oran Mor Glasgow on Friday, October 7th.

The concert is the first in more than two years and offers a small way of thanking people who are making enormous sacrifices during this crisis. Sleazy's is another great venue for live music in Glasgow. It offers such a wide variety of concert nights that anyone should be able to have a good time here. King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is also worth checking out - it should be more famous for its varied concert schedule than for its anecdote about Alan McGee discovering Oasis!Finally, The Glad Cafe is located in the heart of South Glasgow and has become a kind of meeting place for the area's diverse mix of musicians, artists, writers and performers. So there you have it - all the best gigs in Glasgow tonight! Whether you're looking for an iconic concert hall or a relaxed setting to listen to live music, there's something for everyone.