Clydebuilt Festival 2019

clydebuilt festival 21 and 22 sept

21 and 22 September, 2019

Back for its third year, the Clydebuilt Festival will return to the Riverside Museum and the The Tall Ship at Riverside

Celebrating Glasgow’s unique maritime heritage with a range of activities and events on the River Clyde and at Riverside Museum Plaza.

Scotland’s biggest open water rowing regatta; Castle to Crane race on the River Clyde

Dragonboat racing down the Clyde

Traditional skills demonstrations from GalGael

Live music

Sea shanties, story telling, and poetry

Visit Clydebuilt Market with handmade work from Glasgow’s artists, designers and crafters

Enjoy Delicious street food

Have a drink (or two…) from the Riverside Bar with Galvanize Events Ltd

Everyone is welcome!!!

clydebuilt fetival

‘Something Fishy’  Clyde Fisherman’s Trust

21 and 22 September, 2019 at The Tall Ship

Something Fishy Clydebuilt Festival 2019

On the Water

On Saturday 21 huge Castle to Crane race returning for it’s 3rd year.

  • Dumbarton Castle – Great for seeing the start.

  • Bowling Harbour where our pals at the BHive at Scottish Canals are putting on a shebang to help cheer the boats on.

  • Glasgow itself – we race up past the Tall Ship and the Festival Site before finishing at the Finnieston Crane. You get a great view from Bells’ and Millenium bridges!

On Sunday 22nd we’re excited to have two new additions to our festival! We’re bringing 6 Dragon boats and to the Clyde in a show of mad racing and loads of noise! If you want to book your crew a boat just head over to the page. As it that’s not enough we’re also working with Canal Craft to bring the inaugural small craft regatta.

FESTIVAL OPENING HOURS

Saturday 21st September – 10am – 7pm
Sunday 22nd September – 11am – 7pm

Full details on clydebuilt festival website

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