Katy Perry
SSE Hydro, Sunday

WITNESS: The Tour is the “I Kissed a Girl” hitmaker’s first run since the sold-out, 151-date Prismatic World Tour, which concluded in 2015 and was hailed by Rolling Stone as “a show to damage retinas and blow minds.” Expect more of the same. Tickets start from £56.75, with fees, at thessehydro.com.

Glasgow Mela
Kelvingrove Park, Sunday

Scotland’s biggest free multicultural festival bursts with live music, theatre performances, exotic and mouthwatering foods from around the globe and fun for all ages. Head to glasgowmela.com.

Wedding Fayre
Trades Hall, Sunday

An intimate, boutique wedding fayre featuring some amazing handpicked suppliers, two performances from The Invitations, a bridal catwalk plus some of the best suppliers around, all available to book. Free entry and fizz on arrival. Book a place at eventbrite.co.uk.

Moguls Night
Snow Factor, Sunday

Moguls are a series of bumps on a piste formed by pushing snow into mounds. Due to popular demand, the course is back this summer. Prices vary. Buy tickets at snowfactor.com.

Dockyard Returns
Haugh Road, tomorrow to Sunday

The street food market is back, not only with a bang, but with a twist. “Friday Night Street Food Fight” will see 12 traders but one winner - you decide. Entry is £5 at dockyardsocial.com.

Citz Sale
Citizens Theatre, Saturday

Packing ahead of a £19.4 million redevelopment project, the popular has to find new homes for a range of theatrical items. Stop by box office from 10am on the day to secure a place.

Romeo and Juliet
Botanic Gardens, from tomorrow

Fall in love and break your heart for this unmissable retelling of the greatest ever romance as Bard in the Botanics hits town for another year.Prices vary. Buy tickets at bardinthebotanics.co.uk.

Princess for a Day Brunch
Grosvenor Cafe, Saturday

Elsa and Anna are on hand to give your little one a day to remember. Tickets are £11.37 for kids, with fees, while adults go free. Buy from eventbrite.co.uk.

Kelvingrove Bandstand, Saturday

Before Adele and Amy, there was Lulu. Don’t miss Britain’s first great female rock and soul voice belting out her top hits. Tickets are £43.20, with fees, from seetickets.com.

Haunted Sleepover
Britannia Panopticon Music Hall, Saturday and Sunday

A licensed bar, performances, films and activities before lights out in the world’s oldest surviving music hall which is supposedly haunted. Tickets are £31.59, with fees, from universe.com.


West End Festival All Dayer
Òran Mór, Sunday

Bring 14 acts over three stages in one building, acts announced are Malcolm Middleton, Vessels, Be Charlotte, Boy Azooga, Ava Love and Wuh Oh. Party kicks off from 3pm ‘til late. Tickets are £20.25, with fees, from ticketweb.uk.