Buy tickets for all the upcoming concerts, festivals, concerts and tour dates taking place in Glasgow tonight. Arrival The World's Greatest ABBA Show comes to The SSE Hydro Glasgow on December 28, with the participation of original ABBA and RSNO musicians. It's also Glasgow's most iconic concert hall thanks to its characteristic flashing neon sign, so you'll never have trouble finding it. The extensive SWG3 complex, on the outskirts of Finnieston, 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, with the odd outdoor concert at The Yard.
If you're looking for a more relaxed setting to listen to live music, you have Stereo's sister venue, Mono, where you can search for records in their in-house record store before your concert. Glasgow's most picturesque live music venue is easily the recently renovated Kelvingrove Bandstand, located in Kelvingrove Park. 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, the first in more than two years, offers a small way of thanking people who are making enormous sacrifices during this crisis. Sleazy's, the favorite venue for many of Glasgow's indie bands, offers such a wide variety of concert nights that anyone should be able to have a good time here. Glasgow has one of the busiest concert schedules in the country, and most of the bands' UK tours take place at one of Glasgow's many live music venues. In fact, damn it, we've put together the best guide to live music shows in Glasgow, which includes local one-off concerts and bands and artists who are currently on tour.
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut has long insisted that it is the place where Alan McGee discovered Oasis, but it should be more famous for its varied concert schedule than for this anecdote. In the heart of South Glasgow, you'll find The Glad Cafe, which has become a kind of meeting place for the area's diverse mix of musicians, artists, writers and performers.