Friday Street Presents – 2014 Glasgow Mod Weekender Wednesday 25th – Sunday 29th June

glasgowmod weekenderFriday Street Presents – 2014 Glasgow Mod Weekender

Wednesday 25th – Sunday 29th June

Wednesday 25th June – Doors 7.30pm – On Stage 8pm
(In association with Glasgow Jazz Festival)

Geno Washington and the Ram Jam Band Live

Rio Club – Pop Up Venue
Merchant Square Basement, Glasgow G1 1NY
(Entrance at corner of Candleriggs and Bell Street)

Tickets £15 advance £17 on door

Special price to Glasgow Mod Weekender attendees
£12 in advance from Tickets Scotland Glasgow
Link to online sales: http://t-s.co/genow

Also available in person from Tickets Scotland Glasgow

Thursday 26th June – 8pm till Midnight (Free entry)

McChuills, 40 High Street, G1 1NL

Soldier On Live plus Tailor Made DJ’s

From Ayrshire, Soldier On has a high energy buzz with original music that leaves you believing you are back in the middle of the 60’s mod culture. The band consists of Jordan Bastock, Liam Lambert, Stephen Hunter, Ben Prescott and Ross Butler.

“A super-tight old-school Rock N’ Roll outfit, the Ayrshire band are a cut above the rest.”
– Daily Record

Friday 27th June – 9.30pm till 3am (Advance Tickets)

The Barony Bar, Strathclyde Students Union, John Street G1 1JH

Resident Weekender DJ’s plus guests spin across the board 60’s Mod dance tunes.

Saturday 28th June – 12.30pm – 5pm (Free Entry)

McChuills, 40 High Street, G1 1NL

The 45’s (Carlisle) Live (approx. 3pm)

“High octane Rhythm and Blues”

The band was put together by Tom Hamilton when he arrived at Nelson Thomlinson School near Carlisle as a fourteen year old desperate to play in a real R&B band. James Green, Joe Wyatt, Bailey Claringbold and Tom Hamilton broke onto the local music scene in early 2012 and the band was an instant hit.

Their horizons have expanded greatly playing sell out gigs in London, Brighton, Canvey Island and Lancashire to name just a few.

Their first single and live EP are both available on iTunes and Amazon.

Plus guest DJ’s and all the usual stalls selling their vintage wares!!

Saturday 28th June – 9.30pm till 3am (Advance Tickets)

The Barony Bar, Strathclyde Students Union, John Street G1 1JH

Resident Weekender DJ’s plus guests spin across the board 60’s Mod dance tunes.

Sunday 29th June – 12.30pm till 5pm (Free Entry)

McChuills, 40 High Street, G1 1NL

The Beat Movement Live (approx. 3pm)

The Beat Movement is a young four piece band from the Inverclyde area.
Their debut EP ‘The Warning’ earned rave reviews and they were voted best new band in the Mod Generation poll (2013).

With a raft of new material already recorded (produced by Joe Foster, who has previously worked with Primal Scream and Creation records)and due for release as a series of singles, this year things are looking good for the Beat Movement.

Alan McGee invited the band to play at Liverpool’s 359 Music. Watch out for new single ‘Coming after you’ which should be out by the time you read this. An energetic and cock sure live outfit, expect a scorching performance as we welcome the lads back to the weekender for the Sunday afternoon session.

Scooter competition 1.30pm followed by the ride out through Glasgow and the West End.

Plus guest DJ’s and all the usual stalls selling their vintage wares!

Sunday 29th June – 9pm till 2am (Free with any Weekender ticket)

Blackfriars, Bell Street, Merchant City

Last Night!! Tailor Made DJ’s spin across the board Mod classics.

2014 Weekender DJ’s

Gavin Arno (King Bee Club, Sheffield)
Mark Ellis (Brighton Beach)

Mikey Collins, Paul Molloy and Davy Quinn (Tailor Made)

Ticket Details

Full weekend ticket (Friday and Saturday) – £14
Individual Friday and Saturday tickets – £8 each
Any remaining tickets will be £10 on the door

Link to online sales:

http://t-s.co/2014g

Also available in person from Tickets Scotland Glasgow

Scotland On The Cusp, A Reading for Independence, OranMor, Sunday 6 July
Ivory Blacks, Sat June 28, 2014 The Face of The Moon plus support

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