- Telephone 0141 552 4601
- Website www.glasgow-barrowland.com
Don't let the garish neon sign fool you – the Barrlowland Ballroom is not a cheesy casino but rather one of Glasgow's leading music venues, found in the city's steadily gentrifying East End. The former 1960s dancehall has traded in sock-hops for rock shows, with its sprung floors and ace acoustics providing a backdrop for bigger musical acts, from Robbie Williams to the Pixies.
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Old school foot-on-the-monitor rocking from Oz.
The American band plays Southern rock and country-rock with hints of bluegrass.
Pop-rock band on their biggest tour in over a decade.
The Devin Townsend Project
Veteran thrash and progressive metal guitarist from Canada.
Indie power pop trio from Kilmarnock.
The Glaswegian trio with the knees-up indie anthems tour their third album We Need Medicine.
Folk infused indie rockers from Selkirk sweeping all before them.
Jimmy Eat World
Inoffensive US emo punks.
Perennial crusty favourites influenced by punk and traditional English music.
Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
Soul band led by the indie rock singer-songwriter from Denver, Colorado.
Pierce the Veil
Contemporary metal outfit hailing from San Diego.
Hugely influential indie rock, now sadly minus Kim Deal.
Stiff Little Fingers
Ireland's favourite delinquent punk sons.
Frontman Deryck Whibley leads the Canadian punk-pop and alt rock combo in a performance of their latest and greatest hits.
The beloved Fannies play through their melodic indie classics.
Biffy and Dinosaur Jr references from the Glasgow alt.rockers who have honed their sound with radio friendly hit 'Heart and Soul'.