THE Clutha Trust will hold our first outdoor festival on May 30th 2015.
This is a family-friendly event and will take place in Clyde Street next to the Clutha Bar from 11am to 7pm.
Tickets are £10 for an adult each adult ticket gets one child (under-14) in free additional child tickets can be purchased for £5.
Tickets will be available from Tickets Scotland on Monday
Mischief La-Bas: Interactive Performance Company: An act whose sole mission is ‘to gently warp the underlay of the fabric of society’.
They do this through performance on a one to one and international level. Whether it’s performing at the Shanghai World Expo or a shopping centre in Great Britain, they successfully provide surprise, humour and imaginative engagement in each performance.
Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5: An eccentric alternative/comedy/dance/rock group from Glasgow who are no strangers to dabbling with tongue-in-cheek social commentary; wearing yellow is a must.
Colonel Mustard & the Dijons are the shiny disco ball-helmet-wearing, ultimate genre-hopping-twisted-festival-live-stage machine that put the emphasis on music, laughter and entertaining.
Their live show has included laughter, yoga, Justin Bieber exorcisms, gaffa taped crowd surfing, mass group hugs, dance-offs, creating beats by getting the crowd high five-ing, sing-alongs about dancing in gay discos and being heartbroken by ginger people, Mexican boings (like a Mexican wave but getting the crowd to say boing from one side to other) partial nudity and cattle stampede.
Their music is a party at its most outrageous, ridiculous and joyous.
Jack Eye Jones: All told, there can be no doubt that the last 12 months have represented a major step up for a man who lives and breathes a 4/4 beat. With a stellar performance on the Creamfields main stage this August (alongside Hardwell and Tommy Trash), earning him widespread plaudits, as well as some standout performances at Avicii in Ushuaia and as a resident at Gatecrasher, Ibiza, for El Carnaval, Jack Eye Jones continues to impress crowds all over the world.
This fall represents another massive step for the burgeoning talent, with his very first US tour alongside contemporaries like Dada Life, MAKJ and GTA.
Jack is finally bringing his distinctive sound stateside where his high-octane live sets will undoubtedly go down a treat.
This autumn will also see the release of his long-anticipated anthem Rainbows which has been earning rave reviews as well as an official remix for Tiësto’s legendary track, Adagio for Strings, marking the completion of a long-time goal for the rising producer.
DJ C Me: One of Scotland’s youngest and most promising DJs.
Carlton Jugband: Heavily influenced by Bluegrass and Country, this Glasgow-based country combination stay true to form but are partial to throw a soulful spanner in the works every now and then.
Jamie and the Giants: Recently formed, this Glasgow-based trio are a mixed bag of rock, rock/pop and blues who are ‘creating musical magic behind the powerful lyrics of Jamie Coleman’.
The Twistettes: Talented twosome Jo and Nicky D’arc are the driving force behind this alternative/punk project which provides a ‘dirty twisted bass sound with a hit of swinging flare and thumping drums’.
Azure Halo: The Glasgow-based four piece provide an unique garage-psych sound and their influences include such greats as The Doors and The Velvet Underground.
The Cherry Reds are a young ska/punk/reggae band from East Kilbride/Glasgow. Bursting on to the scene in 2014, the band have already established themselves as one of the best new live bands around.They recently supported Esperanza in a sold-out gig at The Village Arts Centre in East Kilbride to rave reviews.
SeeJay/Jerry (Zuba Bassabeat)/R.Pizy: A mix of performers from WOW GLOBAL STUDIOS in conjunction with the NEXT STEP INITIATIVE.
Rianne Downey: The Glasgow songstress has already performed at the iconic Barrowland Ballroom at the tender age of 11 years-old. Since then the starlet has went on to perform at numerous events. Big things are predicted for Rianne.
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