AHEAD OF A HUGE RUN OF THREE SOLD-OUT GIGS AT GLASGOW’S BARROWLAND BALLROOM, TENNENT’S LIGHT IS PROVIDING FANS WITH EXCLUSIVE EXPERIENCES AND MONEY CAN’T BUY ACCESS TO THE SNUTS
Scotland’s soundest pint, Tennent’s Light has today announced an exclusive pop-up pub ‘The Snuts Inn’ at 226 Gallowgate PLUS a money-can’t-buy, behind the scenes access to soundcheck + Barrowland Ballroom gig competition with Scottish heroes The Snuts.
Ahead of the band’s career-affirming run of three sold-out Glasgow Barrowland shows, Tennent’s Light are offering fans behind the scenes access to soundcheck PLUS tickets to the sold-out gig on Wednesday 22nd September. 10 lucky fans and their +1s will win behind the scenes access to The Snuts’ pre-show soundcheck with Tennent’s Light providing fans with access that money cannot buy. The winners will also receive tickets to the sold-out show that night, ensuring they are part of a gig that will go down in the city’s history.
The Snuts said: “The time has finally come for The Snuts to play The Barrowland Ballroom. We’ve planned and dreamed of this moment our entire lives.
“Thanks to Tennent’s Light for organising this competition and good luck to those entering. Hope to see you soon!”
To ensure fans can enjoy that all important pre-gig pint, Tennent’s Light have created a pop-up pub ‘The Snuts Inn’ at 226 Gallowgate, offering the first 100 fans an ice-cold pint of Tennent’s Light before the band take to the mighty Barrowland stage. From Monday 20th – Wednesday 22nd September, the first 100 fans to pop in to ‘The Snuts Inn’ at 226 Gallowgate, next door to the Barrowland Ballroom, from 5PM-8PM will receive a free pint. Fans need to show proof of their ticket for The Snuts’ show that evening to enjoy a free pint of ice-cold boldly brewed Tennent’s Light.
Just last week, Tennent’s Light celebrated the band’s famous ode to the city ‘Glasgow’, collaborating with all-female Glasgow artists Cobolt Collective to create a mural in front of the Barrowland Ballroom.
Featuring the brand’s tagline, ‘Boldly Brewed For Good Times’ plus the band’s iconic lyric ‘I promise you this, I’ll always love the way that you say Glasgow’, the mural pays tribute to the impact The Snuts have made over the past year, becoming the first Scottish band in 14 years to achieve a No1 Album with their debut.
From Main Stage festival slots, to sell out shows across the country, the West Lothian four-piece are one of the most exciting acts on the UK’s music scene just now, and their collaboration with Tennent’s Light is set to provide their fans with all round good times and once in a lifetime opportunities.