Best Events In Glasgow This July
Can you believe it's summer already? We certainly can't. Make the most of the sunny month by checking out our guide rounding up the best things to do in Glasgow this July. From sprawling outdoor parties and the always-epic Merchant City festival to open-air cinema screenings and lively weekend ceilidhs, it's time to go all out.
Sports fans can watch all the fixtures at Ark this summer, whether you're after the tennis, cricket or footie. The venue even boasts a spacious beer garden with plenty of screens, so you won't have to miss out on the sun either. To fuel you through? Bargain bites and fabulous drinks deals.
Over on West George Street, YO! is hosting a mega sushi school, giving you the opportunity to learn a new skill. Bag yourself a ticket to rustle up a range of lip-smacking bites (we're talking sashimi, nigiri, maki and more), as well as tuck into your tasty creations.
Sloans is making sure your Friday night is far from boring, hosting a brilliant ceilidh every weekend. Its resident band Chitterybite will be playing all of your favourite Scottish tunes, plus there will be lots of tasty whiskies up for grabs throughout the eve.
Bounce Bingo is up there as one of the most fun things to do in Glasgow this July. While you play a rave-style version of the classic pastime, you'll also dance to cracking party anthems and tip back a range of delicious drinks; it's ideal for wild group nights out.
Looking for things to do in Glasgow this weekend? The Fun Puzzle Treasure Hunt is a fabulous outdoor experience which takes you on a self-guided tour of the city. You'll use a map, compass and your riddle-solving talents to uncover landmarks and hidden backstreets.
Chase those Monday blues away by heading over to BrewDog Merchant City to bag 2-4-1 on all vegan and vegetarian mains. Take a pal and get your paws on bargain Temple of Seitan wings, Beyond Meat burgers and so much more on the first night of the week.
Wondering what's on in Glasgow today for families? Queen's Park Area is hosting a load of open-air cinema screenings in its cool amphitheatre. While you munch on delicious food and guzzle summery cocktails, catch flicks like Mamma Mia, Blues Brothers and Grease.