Garage Club Glasgow, Sauchiehall St Music Venue, Scottish Architecture

Garage Club Glasgow

490 Sauchiehall Street Music Venue, Strathclyde West of Scotland

post updated 21 December 2021

Garage Club Glasgow

A famous Sauchiehall St venue, on the north side of the street, towards the M8.

Garage Club Glasgow

Garage Club Glasgow

The Garage is a music venue and nightclub located at 490 Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow which opened in 1994. It is Scotland’s largest nightclub.

The Main Hall was formerly a ballroom known as The Mayfair, although it has since been remodelled by the addition of an extension to the mezzanine level.

The main entrance has the cab of a tractor projecting out over the doors to the venue. As a gig venue, it is primarily known as a stepping-stone for bands which are attempting to make their way to the top, which was very similar to the now destroyed O2 ABC Glasgow, further down the street to the East, on the same side.

The Garage also has rooms available to be hired for public events, Band Room, Lounge, Balcony, Cocktail Bar, Attic and G2. They can cater for over 300 people or provide smaller, exclusive rooms for private parties.
source: wikipedia

Address: 490 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G2 3LW

Opened: 1994

Phone: 0141 332 1120

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