Glasgow Fresher's Week 2019

Hot Glasgow fresher's events and tickets...

Remember there's more to being a fresher than the Student's Union - Check out our most popular Glasgow events coming up...

Resurrection Stone Roses, Tom Hingleys-Kar-Pets, Tellin
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Resurrection Stone Roses, Tom Hingleys-Kar-Pets, Tellin' Stories

The Garage, Glasgow

Saturday 28th Sep

6:15pm til 10:15pm (last entry 9:00pm)

Minimum Age: 14

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

Resurrection Stone Roses return to The Garage with support from Tom Hingley's Ker-Pets + (Charlatans...

Be Here Now - 3 Day Festival of Music
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Be Here Now - 3 Day Festival of Music

The Bungalow Bar, Paisley

Friday 27th Sep

6:00pm til 12:00am

Minimum Age: 18

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

After the amazing success of Be Here Now Paisley in 2018, NNE & Be Here Now are back in 2019 with ou...

Hung Like Hanratty and Special Guests
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Hung Like Hanratty and Special Guests

Audio, Glasgow,

Saturday 14th Sep

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

Hung Like Hanratty are the most talked about band on the circuit. They sing about everyday life and ...

ELO Beatles Beyond - The Lynne and McCartney Story
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ELO Beatles Beyond - The Lynne and McCartney Story

The Ferry, Glasgow

Saturday 21st Sep

6:30pm til 10:15pm (last entry 8:15pm)

Minimum Age: 18

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

Tribute to ELO, The Beatles, Beatles solo careers and related acts like Traveling Wilburys and Tom P...

Pale Waves
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Pale Waves

Barrowland Ballroom, Glasgow

Monday 23rd Sep

7:00pm til 11:00pm (last entry 11:00pm)

No age restrictions

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

Pale Waves appearing at Barrowland - Glasgow.

Hozier
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Hozier

Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow

Tuesday 24th Sep

7:00pm til 11:00pm (last entry 11:00pm)

Minimum Age: 16

For ticket prices, please click here (Additional fees may apply)

Hozier appearing at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow.

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With a thriving student population spread across its three main Universities; the University of Glasgow, University of Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian, the City has a lot to live give to satisfy the tens of thousands of students who make Glasgow their home every year. 

The city boasts legendary haunts such as Sub Club and The Classic Grand, which have played part in some seminal moments in music history. This means there's plenty of ways you can fill up your Freshers' Week with club favourites or indie discos. 

After Freshers' week is done and dusted, keep on top of everything going on in the City with our Glasgow What's On Guide.

 

nightlife

nightlife

With a student population as large as Glasgow's, you're bound to find a local nightspot that's right up your street. Whether it's the music, crowd or drinks on offer that could be the potential deal breaker, there's always something to fit your needs in Glasgow, you've just got to find it.  Li…

eating out

eating out

Glasgow is packed with eateries from all corners of the world, with plenty of student haunts serving up food away from the infamous beans on toast combo. With restaurants, bars and cafes around every corner and along every main drag, the choice can be overwhelming. Here are some of our favourites: …

health and fitness

health and fitness

Keeping yourself in prime physical condition whilst at uni in Glasgow is surprisingly affordable, with loads of reasonably priced gyms dotted around the city offering student membership deals as well as pay as you go tariffs.  The G

shopping

shopping

There are few places in the UK that rival Glasgow's shopping metropolis. With everything from designer boutiques to vintage holes, the city has it all for when your student loan lands and you want to let loose with your pennies.   To a

transport

transport

Glasgow's public transport is amongst the best in the country, with trains, buses and a subway connecting the almost the entire city. Glasgow Central is where you'll get most southbound trains to England, whilst Glasgow Queen Street generally caters for northern and easterly journeys. Buchanan…

Popular Glasgow venues - find out what's on where

Whether you're an avid underground clubber, fashionable funky house head or prefer your live music, check these popular Glasgow venues for upcoming events, or view our full what's on guide for loads more...

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