Best Events in September
It's all kicking off this September in Glasgow and as usual, we bring you the best events and parties across our fair city; take a look at our picks for the best September events in Glasgow.
Last updated on 15th August 2017
Pull on your best dirndl and lederhosen and head over to SWG3 this September for a huge Oktoberfest event. Taking place over two days, the event will be celebrating all things German with plenty of bratwurst and beer.
Killer Kitsch is one of the longest standing disco nights in Glasgow, and it has no plans of slowing down this September. A powerhouse of party favourites, head on down to Buff Club and enjoy the late night tidings every Tuesday this month.
If it's coming to the end of the month and you're looking to blow out some cash on the best meaty bites in the Glasgow business, you'd better be heading to Steak Vs Burger Tuesdays at Butchershop Bar and Grill. Join them as these two favoured dishes go head to head in the ultimate, delicious battle.
Reckon you can move those feet to the beat? Then why not join Sloans this September for their sell-out Friday night Ceilidh. Traditional, rampant and providing one of the best nights out in the city, learn this classic dance and hot-foot the night away.
Think you know a thing or two when it comes to on-screen actions and movie facts? Then we dare you to put the best movie quiz night in Glasgow to the test as this promises to be a true hammering of your movie knowledge from start to finish.
The team behind the Hillhead Book Club certainly have a comprehensive understanding when it comes to offering wild parties to the people of Glasgow. This Autumn, step into the dark a bit and head to their monthly Ball Drag Bingo night. With a grand prize of £500 to be won, and an irresistible cocktail menu full of quirky concoctions, you'll struggle to find a more laughter-inducing night out in Glasgow this September.
It's time to put on your party hat and reignite your love of tequila at this one-day event. Glasgow Tequila Festival will be showcasing more than 30 types of tequila, putting on street food and live music.