Promoters of most good roots/Americana music
Glasgow Americana was established in 2007 by The Fallen Angels Club, promoters of most good roots/Americana music that passes through the city of Glasgow. The festival emerged through grief following the sad passing of the hugely admired Billy Kelly in 2007 whose Big Big Country festivals drew large audiences over the years.
The Glasgow Americana festival has attracted many established and newer acts in it’s four-year existence, the likes of Mary Gauthier, Kinky Friedman, Crooked Still, The Wailin Jennys, The Handsome Family, Tift Merritt, The Hotclub Of Cowtown, plus many more.
The festival has now moved to a settled five-day period in October and is now an important and welcome addition to Scotland’s musical map.
Check our news page for all the latest and our gig guide for a list of shows.
Glasgow Americana is brought to you by The Fallen Angels Club.