5 Things To Do In Glasgow In February

Is your bank account slowly recovering from the Christmas/Party period?

Are your stress levels of being well and truly ‘skint’ dwindling ever so slightly, and you fancy going out to celebrate?

We, here at Clyde Outside, have compiled a list of things to do around Glasgow, while also making sure your bank account doesn’t double over from shock.

Pet Shop Boys


The iconic English electronic duo are back in town to play Glasgow their renowned and memorable music for one night. Tickets are still available for the event, held at the SEC Armadillo, on the 21st of February. Click here to purchase tickets for the six-time Grammy nominated duo’s ‘Super Tour’.

The View


The homegrown indie rock band are putting on seven nights of their UK tour in Glasgow, to promote their fifth studio album ‘Ropewalk’. The View are playing from the 19th of February until the 4th of March at King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut. Click here to get your tickets before they sell out!

Celtic v Hamilton





Fancy a bit of action from the sidelines? Head along to Celtic Park on Saturday the 25th for a 3 o’clock kick off. You can be promised a passionate, thrilling and enticing game courtesy of the two teams. Buy your tickets here, before they sell out.

Lukas Graham


They brought us the song of the year, back in 2015 with ‘7 Years’, which brought along countless covers from other famous singers to aspiring singers alike, all whilst climbing to the top of the charts in the UK, Denmark, Sweden and 30 other countries.

Performing at the O2 Academy on the 28th, they are taking Glasgow’s stage to welcome their second album. Click here to get your tickets.


The Lighthouse- A Life in Letterpress


This intriguing exhibition has made its mark at famous ‘The Lighthouse’, it first began on the 9th of December and is running until the 5th of March, so don’t worry about missing out this month, you still have time!

This exhibition explores Alan Kitching’s practice of letterpress printmaking and design, as one of the most famous in the letterpress industry for his use of wood and metals in order to create a visual story with material.

The exhibition is housed in The Lighthouse and you can find it in Gallery One.



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