Whether you are interested in music, travel or spending time outdoors, we have five fantastic things to do in and around Glasgow this week. 

Bridear @ Nice n Sleazy

Japanese girl group Bridear are coming to Glasgow this Saturday, performing a gig at Nice n Sleazy. Bridear combine heavy metal with progressive rock and J-Pop to create a unique sound and a performance not to be missed. 

This over-18s event kicks off at 8pm and tickets cost £28.25, or £55 for a VIP package which includes early access to the venue, meet and greet and a signed photo. Tickets can be purchased HERE. 

Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust Open Weekend

The Glasgow Vintage Vehicle Trust (GVVT) will host an open weekend showscasing some of the city's iconic historic transport. This exhibiton is perfect for those who love history and travel.

Tickets cost £5 for adults and £3 for children and OAPs. For more booking information call 01415540544.


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Grungefest Charity Festival

Scotland's biggest ever festival dedicated to grunge music comes to Glasgow this weekend at the Classic Grand. On Saturday from 4-11pm you can enjoy some of the finest grunge tributes and new wave acts in a charity festival for Diabetes UK. 

Tickets cost between £20-30, and can be purchased HERE.

Simply Thrilled 80s Night

Simply Thrilled take to the Admiral Bar on Saturday with a special theme dedicated to one of music's much-loved decades: the 80s. Pop, electro, soul, indie and rock feature at this event where they promise to get you dancing - and take any requests. 

Tickets cost £5, and are able to purchase HERE.

The Big Dog Walk 

The Big Dog Walk comes to Chatelherault Park in Hamilton, Glasgow on Sunday. Walkers can choose between 2k, 5k or 10k walks, and there's a walk for puppies as well as more anxious dogs. 

Tickets cost £10.50 for adults, and under 16s go free. They can be bought HERE.