Summer Nights is a series of 2,500 people capacity strong shows held at the iconic Kelvingrove Bandstand in the heart of Glasgow. The show, which has now been running for seven years, will celebrate its seventh anniversary in 2019 across two weekends of truly amazing music.
The festival comes to Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park from Thursday July 30 through to Saturday August 15.
Rick Astley, Rufus Wainwright, Cat Stevens and Scottish acts such as KT Tunstall and King Creosote will also play slots.
Now in its seventh year, the festival will be opened by Suzanne Vega, while Edwyn Collins and Altered Images will bring it to a close on the final night.
Summer Nights at the Bandstand 2020
Thursday 30 July – Suzanne Vega
Friday 31 July – Belinda Carlisle
Saturday 1 Aug – Rufus Wainwright
Tuesday 4 Aug – Van Morrison
Wednesday 5 Aug – Yusuf/Cat Stevens…an evening with
Thursday 6 Aug – KT Tunstall
Friday 7 Aug – Rick Astley
Saturday 8 Aug – Richard Hawley
Tuesday 11 Aug – Primal Scream
Wednesday 12 Aug – Primal Scream
Thursday 13 Aug – King Creosote: From Scotland with Love
Friday 14 Aug – The Jesus & Mary Chain
Saturday 15 Aug – Edwyn Collins and Altered Images
Mark Mackie, director of Regular Music said earlier: “Kelvingrove Bandstand has such a fantastic atmosphere and the feedback we have had from both artists and audiences is that they have a great time just being there. They really are unique and special nights under the stars.”
Tickets will go on sale this Friday at 9am, and are available from Ticketmaster and all the other usual outlets.