We are thrilled to announce that, as part of this year’s event, we will be showing a screening of ‘Heaven Adores You’, a film described as an “intimate, meditative inquiry, into the life and music of Elliot Smith”.
The film will be shown at, and presented in conjunction with the GFT. Festival wristband holders will be allowed access, subject to capacity, on a first come first serve basis.
As we expand the size and scope of our event we look forward to collaborating further with the GFT, and we’re hugely excited to be able to bring more unique opportunities for festival goers to experience. We’ll be making further announcements of events at the GFT as part of this years Live at Glasgow, in the run up to the event.
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We’re delighted to be able to welcome the next round of acts set for Stag and Dagger presents Live at Glasgow 2015, on bank holiday Sunday May 3rd. Joining the billing will be:
THE STAVES, CW STONEKING, ATOM TREE, BULLY, FRANCISCO THE MAN, FRASER GORMAN, KID WAVE, MICAH P HINSON & THE GOSPEL OF PROGRESS (10th Anniversary Solo Perfomance), NEON WALTZ, SONS OF BILL, RHODES & YAK.
These 12 acts join the previously announced bill, which included Django Django, The Thurston Moore Band, Honeyblood, Tobias Jesso Jr, Amber Run, Baby Strange, Black Honey, Childhood, Dutch Uncles, Iceage, Jim Valentine, JP Cooper, Kloe, Laura Doggett, Moon Duo, Palace, Spector & White.
Live at Glasgow 2015 is set to take place across a variety of venues and spaces within a four block radius in and around the Sauchiehall Street area of central Glasgow, on bank holiday Sunday 3rd May 2015. Tickets are on sale now priced at £23.00, and are available from SEE Tickets, Tickets Scotland, Ripping Records, CCA Box Office & the O2 ABC Box Office.
This years event will be presented in association with the award winning Live at Leeds music festival, and will retain the one ticket, multiple venue format of Stag & Dagger Glasgow, which in it’s past few years has brought a huge number of up and coming acts to Glaswegian crowds, including names such as Jungle, Royal Blood, Ed Sheeran, Warpaint, The Fat White Family, Mac De Marco & Kurt Vile.