As the first act kicks off tomorrow, here’s everything you need to know before heading to your event.
Who is playing Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand?
The Bandstand is attracting some incredible performances this year, including Pixies, Rufus Wainwright and Van Morrison. The full line-up is as follows:
Wednesday 27th July, Suzanne Vega
Thursday 28th July, Billy Bragg
Friday 29th July, Belinda Carlisle
Saturday 30th July, Rufus Wainwright
Tuesday 2nd August, Van Morrison
Wednesday 3rd August, Happy Mondays
Thursday 4th August, Pixies
Friday 5th August, The Waterboys
Saturday 6th August, Richard Hawley
Tuesday 9th August, Peat & Diesel
Wednesday 10th August, Laura Mvula
Thursday 11th August, King Creosote
Friday 12th August, The Jesus and Mary Chain
Saturday 13th August, Edwyn Collins & Altered Images
Can you still get tickets for Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand?
There are some tickets still available via the Ticketmaster website here. However, many are already sold out or on limited availability so you better act fast if you want to secure some tickets!
What time are gates open for Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand?
Tomorrow Suzanne Vega (at long last!) opens Summer Nights at the Bandstand 2022.
Estimated timings are;
Doors - 6.30pm@RedSkyJuly - 7.45pm@suzyv - 8.45pm
Please note there are RMT strikes tomorrow, more info below 👇 https://t.co/Cdqc4qIiSi pic.twitter.com/IcCZfejrfd
— Summer Nights at The Bandstand (@SummernightsKGB) July 26, 2022
According to Ticketmaster, all events open at 6:30pm.
What is the age restriction for Summer Nights at Kelvingrove Bandstand?
No one under the age of 5 years old will be permitted entry, and those under 16 will have to attend with an adult over the age of 18.
If you are attending with someone under 16, you will be asked on the night to complete a guardianship form.
How to get to the Kelvingrove Bandstand for Summer Nights?
The Kelvingrove Bandstand is situated in the west end of Glasgow, just beside Kelvin Way. It is easily accessible by a number of routes.
Subway: The closest subway stations are Kelvin Hall, Kelvin Bridge, Partick and Hillhead. All of these are around a 15-20 minute walk away, except Partick which is just 7 minutes.
Train: Exhibition Centre and Partick train stations are the closest to the event. From Exhibition Centre it is a 15-minute walk and from Partick, it is a 7-minute walk.
By foot: From the city centre, the Kelvingrove bandstand is easily accessible from Sauchiehall Street. As you walk straight from the centre to the West End you will reach Kelvin Way.
By car: Much of the west end has paid on-street parking, however, this is limited and no parking is provided for the event.
By bus: According to Moovit, the 2,3,4 and 4A routes service this area.