By Lorne Gillies
This weekend (Friday May 3 – May 5) Glasgow will play host to a three day music festival in aid of Yorkhill Children’s Foundation. Events for Charities will bring musicians, bands and comedians to the city in the organisation’s second year which is set to be bigger and better than last year which will help a great cause.
Events for Charities chairman, James Edmond, said: “People can expect a family event with great atmosphere and entertainment from musicians, bands and comedians.
All working to help raise awareness and funds for Yorkhill Children’s Foundation.”
In its second year there has already been a huge difference in the size of the festival, turning a two day event into a three day event with acts including Logan, Dan Reed, Not The Sensational Alex Harvey Band and brilliant cover bands h-Aye Voltage (a tribute to AC/DC) and Bowie inspired musicians, Spiders on Mars.
Tickets to all events held in Ivory Blacks, The Cultha and Maggie Mays are available through TicketScotland and Events for Charities website, with prices starting at £8 in advance and £10 on the door.
Make sure to go along and enjoy local talent all for a good cause.