The West End Festival Glasgow

The West End Festival – Fri 31st May to Sun 30th June

Think sunny summer days and long warm nights and get ready for the biggest festival in Glasgow’s cultural calendar which presents a broad range of events and performances every June! 

The West End Festival springs to life across the trendy West End which is, of course, on our doorstep! Byres Road is the main hub of the event which sees a glittering parade of dancers strut their stuff followed by colourful floats and huge parade vehicles, all in celebration of the ethnic mix and cosmopolitan culture of our city.

 

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More than 100 Glasgow-based organisations and arts groups as well as local and international artists present a plethora of activities and entertainment. The WEF combines all these activities into the festival line-up and features events, fairs, musical performances, theatrical productions, tours, workshops and screenings, with a lot of them free of charge, such as the Glasgow Mela, Scotland’s largest multi-cultural festival of music,dance,arts and cuisine from around the world, which is back with a bang this year at Kelvingrove Park on Sunday 23rd June!

The Embassy Apartments are in an ideal location for the West End Festival in the heart of the bustling West End. Relax in our comfortable beds after a great day at the festival. Remember to book through our own website for the best rates guaranteed.

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Amazing Ashton Lane

From The Embassy Apartments, it doesn’t take long until you could be walking over the cobblestones and under the twinkling fairy lights above Glasgow’s famous Ashton Lane.

Proms in the Park

The Scottish portion of BBC’s 2 month long event The Proms, comes to Glasgow Green on the 14th of September with Proms in the Park. One of the musical highlights of the year the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Stephen Bell.

Charles Rennie MacKintosh

Many of his world-famous buildings and interiors are to be found in Glasgow. His greatest accomplishments include his showpiece The Glasgow School of Art, the villas Windyhill and The Hill House, Scotland Street School, and an assortment of city-centre tea room interiors.