Restored to its original glory, the Kelvingrove Bandstand is a charming venue for all kinds of live, outdoor entertainment. Since it re-opened in 2014 it has been used as a venue for the Glasgow 2014 Cultural Programme, concert series that have featured the likes of Sir Tom Jones, Brian Wilson, Van Morrison and Texas, performances at the Glasgow Mela, a cinema and the West End Festival.
It has grown to become an in-demand venue for Glasgow that is especially sought after in the summer months. Its flexibility and size means it is an ideal home for almost any kind of performance.
Situated between Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and Glasgow University it can comfortably hold just over 2000 people. Its story has only just recommenced after a 36 year hiatus but already it can lay claim to being one of the most atmospheric and magical spaces Glasgow has to offer.