The Paisley’s Spree festival was a huge success with many bands still performing today
The popular Paisley Spree Festival was a huge success after it was canceled last year due to coronavirus.
Organized by the Renfrewshire Council, The Spree has helped make Paisley one of Scotland’s premier cultural destinations for major events – and it didn’t disappoint this year.
Revelers turned out in their thousands to enjoy live music, comedy and arts and crafts this year as the festival started to run.
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And although it ends today for its ninth year, there are still plenty of acts to enjoy.
The Rezillos and special guests will close The Spree Festival this year, bringing their raucous punk rock mix to Paisley – a town famous for its historic punk scene.
Kicking off at 7pm at the Spiegeltent, tickets cost Â£ 22.50 and can be purchased online.
And the Wee Spree will make sure that there are still activities for the youngest.
The Arts, Crafts and Science Center will be held between noon and 4 p.m. at Methodist Central Hall, Paisley.
Parents are encouraged to visit the free Wee Spree Arts, Crafts & Science Hub anytime and join local artists with simple and fun creative activities for all ages.
You can also experience the fun and excitement of a trip to the Glasgow Science Center right here in Paisley, as their touring team hosts a number of the center’s interactive and mobile exhibits. Tea, coffee and delicious pastries will be available for purchase.
And Spree For All has a busy lineup today, making sure there is something for everyone. Byres Road Big Band will be live at the Bungalow at 2 p.m., admission is free.
At the Old Swan, the Blackout will play rock covers from 4 p.m.
DRTY LUV will also play a selection of rock covers from 6 p.m. at The Cave.
Linzi Clark will be at Coach House from 7 p.m.
Since the unveiling of her first solo single The Kitchen in May, ethereal singer / songwriter Linzi Clark has requisitioned the affection of listeners everywhere.
Offering a beautiful blend of modern folk music with hints of 70s-accented Americana, Linzi has received wide support from BBC Radio Scotland alongside MIll Magazine and Tenement TV.
With her debut album due next month, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see her before the rest of the world catches her.
Entrance is free to see Linzi’s performance.
Europe’s number one tribute to the Beastie Boys, The Beast Decoys will be at the Bungalow from 8pm, tickets are Â£ 10.
The Beastie Boys are without a doubt one of the most inspiring hip-hop groups of all time and it’s Beast Decoys mission to bring the unforgettable energy of the Beastie Boys to the UK crowd for a live experience. complete.
The members are all from Blackpool UK and have over 20 years of experience in the hip-hop scene.
Brilliant singer-songwriter Kirk Strachan will be at the Old Swan from 8 p.m.
Well-known and popular singer Charlene Gordon performs ballads and hymns at the Zambretto from 8:30 p.m.
And the popular Black Triangles will be performing rock covers at The Cave at 9pm.
From Lewis to Stornoway via Lochwinnoch and now residing in Kilbarchan, Bensider is the brainchild of insightful singer / songwriter Graham McIver.
And they’ll kick off at 9 p.m. at Habbies.
The Deep Shining Sea will be at the River Inn from 9 p.m.
Followers of an indie rock sound anthem that evokes not only the Britpop era but the best of the current generation of artists in the genre, The Deep Shining Sea wasted no time in making a name for itself on the circuit. local.
Just over a year after their wonderful debut single Girl There’s Something You Should Know, TDSS has proven to be one of the most versatile and dynamic bands Renfrewshire has to offer.
Expect big hooks and stellar songwriting on their very first trip to Crosslee.
And Warren Capaldi will be at the Keg for a free event at 9:30 p.m.
Louisa Mahon, Head of Marketing, Communications and Events at Renfrewshire Council, welcomed the participation.
She said: âIt has been absolutely great welcoming music lovers back to enjoy their favorite artists and musicians at The Spree again.
âThe event was very much missed last year and festival-goers turned out in large numbers to be part of the exceptional ten-day program.
âThis excitement shows how The Spree has become a staple of the Scottish music festival calendar, attracting top UK and international artists and bringing visitors from across the country to Paisley.
âWe look forward to a fantastic closing night at The Spree, with The Rezillos tonight before the Paisley Halloween Festival presents Out of this World with a spectacular course of facilities and light shows that visitors can enjoy in the downtown from Thursday October 28 to Monday 1 November.
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