"Only after the last tree has been cut down, the last river has been poisoned, the last fish caught, only then will you find that money cannot be eaten." - Cree Indian Prophesy
News - May 2018
Along with representatives from other parks, the Friends of Kelvingrove Park have attended workshops as part of a consultation process about parks and green spaces across the city. You can view an early draft report on those workshops, and the full report produced by Pidgin Perfect for Glasgow City Council, should be completed soon.
Friends of Kelvingrove Park also has representation on the Glasgow Parks Forum which has the potential to be a useful bridge between parks managers and parks users.
Events - Summer 2018
Glasgow Pride Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 July
Glasgow Mela Sunday 24 June (managed by Glasgow Life)
Fiesta X FOLD Saturday 30 June and Sunday 1 July
West End Festival Thursday 31 May until Saturday 30 June
Great Womenâ€™s 10K Sunday 10 June
Great Scottish Run Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September
Comments regarding Glasgow Mela should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone to 0141 287 4350. Comments regarding other events should be directed to email@example.com Glasgow City Council, Land and Environmental Services. For Out of Hours (5pm-3am) noise complaints please contact 0141 287 1060 (7 day service, visit this page for more info).
Kelvingrove Park Bandstand
KELVINGROVE BANDSTAND EVENTS (see all upcoming gigs at the bandstand via Ticketmaster)
Live music :- Various dates from Friday 25 May - Saturday 23 June
Free Family Events :- Tuesday 3 July - Sunday 22 July
Live music :- Monday 30 July - Saturday 11 August
KELVINGROVE BANDSTAND HISTORY - After many years of neglect, the Friends of Kelvingrove Park started a campaign to save the bandstand, which was then subsequently restored by Glasgow Building Preservation Trust with a great job done by the architects, funders and the contractors on the renovation.
The venue is now being run by Glasgow Life with a mix of community and live music events. You can read more about the Bandstand's history via this website.