"Quite possibly the finest
small venue in the world" NME
272a St Vincent St,
Glasgow,
G2 5RL,
United Kingdom

King Tut’s is situated on St Vincent Street, within walking distance of all major transport facilities.

The closest mainline railway station is Glasgow Central, low level trains stop at nearby Charing Cross and Anderston, and subway trains stop at St George's Cross and Cowcaddens - all about a ten minute walk.

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The Dykeenies mark their long-awaited return with 3 sold out shows at King Tut's!

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After a long 5 years, The Dykeenies returned to Tut's last weekend for 3 consecutive shows, which sold out in a matter of minutes, and they did not dissapoint! 

With fans singing along to every song, it was apparent that the love is still very much there for The Dykeenies and we were very excited to have been a part of the official comeback.

With a new album on the way and a promise of more gigs, The Dykeenies are definitely back and ready to take over the Glasgow music scene once more.

 

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.@nick_hakim's debut album is out now, and it's class. Catch him at Tut's this November → https://t.co/DaHUXzDCLu https://t.co/fwTJWNjMAS
Our thoughts are with everyone affected in Manchester. Tonight's show with @follownatives will go ahead as planned. https://t.co/932hemC9BN
ANNOUNCED → @thepeterperrett plays Tut's on Monday 30th October. Tickets on sale Wednesday at 9am via… https://t.co/fnTpbPqvOr
ANNOUNCED → Beth Rowley plays Tut's on Wed 21st June. Tickets on sale now → https://t.co/tMtZLOuBvf https://t.co/t0fMw9yew6

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