"The organisers of Glasgow Summer Sessions have today announced the festival will be returning in 2019 and topping the bill will be iconic rock band The Cure.
Set to take place on Friday 16 August 2019 at Bellahouston Park, the gig will be The Cure’s first show in Scotland in 27 years and is sure to be one of the most anticipated festival sets of the summer.
Now in its sixth year, Glasgow Summer Sessions has become a fixture of Scotland’s festival scene, attracting tens of thousands of fans and bringing world-class artists to the city such as Kendrick Lamar, Kings of Leon, N.E.R.D, Eminem, The Killers, Noel Gallagher and loads more.
The Cure are one of the most influential and legendary alternative bands of all-time. Since the release of their debut record Three Imaginary Boys in 1979, the band have gone onto release 13 studio albums, more than 40 singles and have performed more than 1,500 concerts all across the globe. It has been 10 years since the release of their last record 4:13 Dream, however in recent interviews lead singer and principal songwriter Robert Smith has hinted that a new The Cure album would happen sooner rather than later."
When: 16th August 2019
🚌 A1 Depot 2.00pm
🚌 Glenrothes Bus Station 2.15pm
🚌 Kirkcaldy @ Spiral Weave 2.30pm
🚌 Halbeath @ Car Garage on A92 (near the Park & Ride) 2.45pm
*Please note times are subject to change**
*Please note we do need a minimum of 12 passengers for any concert transport to go ahead