"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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Simply go to the What’s On section of our website, search for the show you are looking for and click “Tickets & Information”. This will direct you to our ticketing partner Ticketmaster's website where you can purchase your ticket(s).

You can also pop into Tut’s when we are open and buy a ticket from behind the bar.

All gigs are 18+, unless it states beside the Gig Information that the show is for “Over 14’s”.

We have two 24/7 multi-storey carparks within walking distance. Q Park, 99 Waterloo Street and Charing Cross car park. On-street parking around the venue is free after 6pm but this is fairly limited.

In our King Tut’s Bar & Kitchen! Check out the Bar & Kitchen section of the website for opening times and our menu. Remember, if you have a ticket for the show (or any upcoming King Tut's or DF Concerts show, or a ticket from the last month) you get 25% off your food bill.

King Tut's is a public bar and everybody is welcome regardless of whether you are attending a gig or not. Children are also welcome accompanied with an adult while the kitchen is still serving food. The kitchen is open Monday to Friday 12pm – 8pm please note the kitchen will close 15 minutes early on an over 14’s gig.

King Tut’s is an integral part of Glasgow’s thriving grassroots music scene as well as bringing the most exciting new musical talent to the city. Playing a gig at this 300 capacity venue has become a seminal point in the career of an impressive array of artists leading NME to name King Tut’s ‘Britain’s Best Small Venue’ in 2011, and ‘quite possibly the finest small venue in the world’ in 2007. Radio 1 also named it the ‘UK’s Best Live Venue’ three years in a row and King Tut’s was voted number 7 in New York Magazine’s ‘Follow Your Bliss List’ – a list of fifty euphoria-inducing destinations to visit before you die (above climbing Mount Kilimanjaro and Swimming with Hippos in Botswana!)

As well as the upstairs gig room, the King Tut's basement Bar & Kitchen serves up a hearty selection of handmade burgers, pizzas, nachos, burritos and more. What's more, you can wash this down with our very own King Tut's Lager! Check out our "Bar & Kitchen" section for opening times and menu.

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