West End Festival 2016: Fiesta – with Billy Ocean, De La Soul and Sister Sledge 24 – 26 June
The West End Festival Fiesta is a new 3 day live music festival featuring Eighties legend Billy Ocean, Motown superstars Sister Sledge & Kathy Sledge and American hip hop trio De La Soul!!!
They will all play the historic open-air Kelvingrove Bandstand as part of a three-day celebration concluding the city’s annual West End Festival
The West End Festival ‘Fiesta’ will run over three days (Fri 24th, Sat 25th & Sun 26th June) and will feature support from a host of Scottish bands and DJ’s, as well as a gourmet street-food market, craft beers and a cocktail bar courtesy of Glasgow’s Laneways Collective
Line Up For The Festival
FRIDAY – Opening Fiesta!!!
SATURDAY – The Wee Chill Presents!!!
SUNDAY – Sub Club Disco System Presents!!!
Prices start from £29.50+bf per day. No weekend tickets are available.
Tickets available via www.westendfiesta.co.uk
Part of the West End Festival
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