Best Events In Glasgow This February
While February may be packed with great Valentine's happenings for loved-up pairings, there's a whole lot more going on this month. From drag-drenched debauchery and sushi masterclasses to Six Nations screenings and quirky cabaret, the city is chock-full of fun activities - simply check out our top picks of the best Glasgow events this February.
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Last updated on 6th February 2024
Learn how to mix, muddle and shake a range of tasty tipples at All Bar One's Sunday Cocktail School. If you're on the hunt for the best Glasgow activities this February, this is sure to blow it out of the water, as it's perfect for fun-filled date nights and cool catch-ups with pals.
Quirky furnishings and Mediterranean vibes make up the bones of this Merchant City icon. And if you're looking for the best things to do in Glasgow this February, Arta promises comedy sets, Valentine's-themed murder mystery nights and tribute acts throughout the month.
Country music fans can rejoice, as Maggie's Rock'N'Rodeo is bringing you their ever-popular Cowboy Ceilidh. Expect live music as well as DJ sets, with line dancing lessons and a free bull ride for everybody. And the best part? Tickets cost just £8 per person.
Head to Moskito, the classic cocktail bar in the heart of Glasgow city centre during February for some fabulous events. Enjoy music, themed cocktails and brekkie dishes at the bottomless burlesque brunch or embrace your inner Swiftie with a Tay Tay edition.
At various locations across Glasgow, SpeedDater are hosting all kinds of exciting singles events, including around Valentine's Day. Make your way over to one of their matchmaking nights to grab a drink and meet like-minded people - you might even find that special someone you've been waiting for.
For five hours you can dance to the best of the best when it comes to UKG, hip-hop, dancehall and more, thanks to an epic DJ and host at R&B Brunch Glasgow. Taking place at August House, food will be served all day starting from 12pm and tickets start from £22.50.
If you're looking for something a little different this February, then head to Sloans Bar and restaurant every Friday night for their fantastic Ceilidh. There will be live music, line dancing and plenty of Scottish whisky, costing as little as £15 per person to enter.
YO! Sushi School is providing us with some culinary fun this February. Taking place at the city centre location, this fun evening activity will see you learning a set of new skills, making sashimi, nigiri and more, which you can then enjoy afterwards.
Whether you're heading out for an intimate meal or world-class cocktails, you'll want to romance the heck out for your beau. Turn on the charm offensive and take them to one of these fabulous bars and restaurants this Valentine's Day - just don't forget the flowers.
Fancy a little competition this February? Flight Club host weekend brunch socials, where you can enjoy two hours of delicious bottomless pizza and quaff a whole bottle of prosecco each while playing interactive darts on their high-tech electronic boards, all for £30 to £35.
The Glasgow Fun Puzzle Treasure Hunt offers a thrilling day out. After you've received your map, clue sheet and compass, put your heads together to solve riddles and puzzles. On the way, you'll see your city in a whole new light as you explore famous landmarks and find secret back streets.
Looking to find someone special this February? Then check out Original Dating's events, which host over 20,000 singles a year. Their Love On Top Singles Party at VEGA is making sure you get to meet plenty of people, with an online site for connecting with other attendees too.
If you're looking for free things to do this February in Glasgow, then check out the karaoke nights at Tennents Bar every Friday. The bevs will be flowing as always, while you grace the room with a tune or two. And if singing isn't your bag, then just sit back and enjoy the entertainment.
Wondering what's on in Glasgow for February 2024? One of the biggest sports championships of the year is coming up, so make sure to get your bookings in quickly to avoid missing all the action. From sprawling fan zones with massive screens to cosy pubs boasting numerous HD TVs, here's where to watch the Six Nations.
Fun things to do this February in Glasgow? Bringing a raucous, high-octane energy to the week's proceedings, Delmonica's is the place to go. When you're not testing your knowledge at its Let's Get Quizzical Thursdays or having a laugh at Drag-Aoke Mondays, dance the night away on the weekend.