Upcoming tours, festivals and special events
An informal weekly 5k run in Eglinton Country Park. Everyone is welcome, no matter how fast or slow (you're welcome to walk the route, bring your dog or push a buggy), so you can use it as a one-off fitness test, a chance to get some fresh air or come every week to try to beat your personal best time. It's friendly and…
Ego Ella May
Songwriter and vocalist hailing from South London.
German electropunk trio.
Three-piece blues rock band.
Driving boogie and blues rock from Egypt formed in 1987 by former members of legendary progressive blues outfit The Groundhogs.
EH1 Music Festival
Big house and techno event featuring MK, Sven Vath, Eats Everything, Skream, Motor City Drum Ensemble, W&W, Eddie Halliwell, Firebeatz, Paul Oakenfold, Jon Pleased Wimmin and many more across six arenas.
Jazz from the vocalist and musician.
Eilidh Steel & Mark Neal
Traditional and contemporary folk duo on fiddle, guitar and vocals.
Dutch chiptune music.
Jazz-folk with Scandinavian, Celtic and Middle Eastern influences..
DJs play electro, house and dance.
Belfast-based Ejeca blends a myriad of influence to create his own unique sound.
Scottish punk rock from East Kilbride.
Electro-poppers from London.
Three-piece folk band.
Spanish alternate metal and post-grunge rock outfit.
Drum & bass exuding energy and atmosphere.
The duo from London performs soulful and laid back alternative rock.
Rock by the Spanish performer, Enrique Villarreal Armendariz.
Americana, rock & roll, country and beyond.
El Ten Eleven
LA post-rock duo Kristian Dunn and Tim Fogarty.
Acoustic contemporary folk-rock.
Eleanor Conway's Walk of Shame
Ludicrous observations from the comedian who discusses porn, sex, drugs and drink and all the stuff you're supposed to know by the age of 31.
Former frontwoman of The Fiery Furnaces, and subject of Franz Ferdinand's 'Eleanor Put Your Boots On', with an idiosyncratic approach to her music.
Pop, rock and alternative hits from the 1980s.
Club night with guest and resident DJs playing techno, tech house and deep house.
Electric Eel Shock
High voltage Japanese garage rockers.
Formerly located in the Dumfriesshire hills, this popular music festival relocates to inner city Glasgow for its sixth outing. The line-up for 2019 features the likes of Metronomy, The Vaccines, Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls and more.
East Renfrewshire’s Rouken Glen Park shines electric. Combat winter darkness by visiting the illuminated park, complete with visual and sound installations, and drink up the highlighted geology of the unique landscape. Wheels-only route available.
Electric Harmony Basement Sessions
Up close and personal performance from acts.
Electric Horse Power
Three-piece rock act playing their own material and the 'odd magic cover.'
The Electric Pencils
Alternative rock two-piece hailing from London.
Resident DJs spin 90s hip hop and party mash-ups.
Edinburgh based funk band with female lead vocals.
Stoner rock and doom metal from Dorset.
Funk, reggae and soul blended with dubstep, electro and hip hop.
Electro, house and techno sounds from the Boutique crew.
Enjoy Chicago, deep and funky House music old and new with resident DJs Foxxy DJ and Hi Tech John.
Glasgow band described as the Stones meets Scissor Sisters.
A night of future sounds featuring up and coming Scottish electronica acts as well as some dystopian spoken word and ambient noise.
A cosy wee festival feature a blend of tribute and covers acts playing alongside local up-and-coming talent.
Elegies From Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
An evening of free verse set to blues, jazz and rhythm and blues, celebrating the lives of AIDS victims.
Bluesy indie rock.
Psychedelic rock group from Liverpool.
Tribute to the American groove metallers Lamb of God.
Powerful and poignant singer-songwriter.
Founded in 1998, the Elias Quartet is Sara Bitlloch (violin), Donald Grant (violin), Martin Saving (viola) and Marie Bitlloch (cello) and has established itself as one of the outstanding quartets of our time.
Singer-songwriter from California.
Mainstream jazz singer.