Fox Star, Community Arts Festival, Kelvingrove Bandstand 24 – 26 Jul 2015
Kelvingrove Bandstand and Ampitheatre, Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow, G3 7LH
Friday 24, Saturday 25 an Sunday 26 July, 2015
A weekend of music, spoken word, visual art and kids activities galore. For all generations – bring the kids and grandparents.
Fox Star Festival is a non-profit, family friendly event organised by in partnership with Friends of the River Kelvin, Glasgow Life and the Building Preservation Trust to promote outdoor performances commonplace in other European cities.
A whole weekend of glorious music kicks off on Friday evening with Sing me a New Song, a night celebrating the joy of choir singing and showcasing a new commission from Voicebeat Choir.
On Saturday and Sunday performers include Justin Currie, JP Berrie Band, The Starry Skies, Mossa Funk Club, Duglas T Stewart, Monica Queen, Attic Lights, McClusky Brothers, Capone and the Bullets, Acoustic Butterfly, Helen Reeves Band, Sweetheart Review, Easy Tiger, Daniel McGeever, Norrie McCulloch and Stephen Duguid.
The event also features spoken word, visual art, kids activities and lots more.
Sponsored by Mother India and La Favorita.
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- A Place For The Work and The Human Being
- Lids Open Day with Glasgow Piano City West End Festival
- The Big West End Festival Closing Party Cottiers
- Aye Write! presents Jane Harper
- Glasgow Jazz Festival 2019
- The Lighthouse is celebrating its 20th Birthday
- Beatson Cancer Charity Gin and Sing, Bohemian Rhapsody
- An Afternoon of Fiction, Poetry and Performance
- West End Shop Fronts, Virtual Tour Kelvin Hall
- Some things want to run V/DA | Sonic Séance: The Gathering CCA
- Outdoor Art Film, Eglantine, North Kelvin Meadow Glasgow
- Summer Ball Fundraiser Craft Café Govan
- The Tennessee Hotshots at Websters Playhouse
- Doc’n Roll presents: It Must Schwing! The Blue Note Story
- Glasgow Botanic Gardens: 200 Years at West End Festival 2019
- Big Choir Concert at Cottiers
- Carers’ Week 2019
- Some Distant Day with Cheeky Besom Productions
- Wilton Street Garden Fete