Luna
Sunday 2nd August 2015
CCA Glasgow
NEWS
C Duncan, Spring King, Catholic Action, Tijuana Bibles and more join Live at Glasgow
16/04/2015
We're delighted to welcome the next batch of artists joining Stag & Dagger presents Live at Glasgow, on Sunday 3rd May 2015.

The Academic, April Towers, C Duncan, Catholic Action, Declan Welsh, Hannah Lou Clark, Flo Morrissey, Hyena, Little Mammoths, Man Of Moon, Racing Glaciers, Samuel Ford, Sea Change, Service Bells, Spring King, Tenterhook, Tijuana Bibles, Vasa, Vladimir & Womps

In addition to this we will also be showing a screening of "1991, The Year Punk Broke", a documentary of life on the road with Sonic Youth and Nirvana in 1991. This will be screened alongside the previously announced "Heaven Adores You", a film detailing the life and times of the late Elliot Smith.

We still have more to reveal between now and 3rd May, so stay tuned for updates related to the event. We will post a full detailed schedule in advance of the event, so keep an eye out for updates via our website www.liveatglasgow.com and social media pages.

Tickets available now priced just £23.00

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also available from Tickets Scotland, Ripping Records, CCA Box Office and O2 ABC Box Office.


Ride @ Coachella
15/04/2015
Check out the amazing footage of Rides set at Coachella




Torche
10/04/2015
Bassist Jonathan Nuñez talks about the new album 'Restarter' Check the interview out here http://www.artistdirect.com/


Neon Waltz
08/04/2015
NME preview the new track from Neon Waltz 'First Light' Check out the short interview here http://www.nme.com/


RIDE
08/04/2015
NME review of Rides first full band show since 1995. Catch them at the Barrowlands on May 22nd. http://www.nme.com/


Live at Glasgow Youtube playlist
07/04/2015
We have compiled as many videos of artists featured at this years Live at Glasgow into a handy Youtube playlist. Preview some of the artists you may not be familiar with, set to play this years event, on Sunday May 3rd.




More information and tickets via www.liveatglasgow.com