Bar, Venue, and Club on Sauchiehall Street in Glasgow.
All shows at Broadcast are 18+ unless otherwise stated.

Opening hours
Monday – Sunday: 1800 – 0300

How to get to Broadcast

Buses: Broadcast’s nearest bus station is one minute away and is called Garnet Street (even though it’s on Sauchiehall Street) and is serviced by: 3, 4, 4A, 15, 17, 77, X25 and X25A busses.
Train: Broadcast’s nearest train station is Charing Cross which is only a 2-minute walk away from the venue. If you are coming to the venue from outside of Glasgow, you can walk from Queen Street or Central Station in around 15 minutes.
Subway: Broadcast is a 10-minute walk from 2 subway stations: Cowcaddens and St. Georges Cross. The Subway runs from 06:30 to 23:40 Monday to Saturday and 10:00 to 18:12 on Sunday.
Car: Metered on-street parking is available on Elmbank Street and Bath Street, free after 6pm.
Cycle: There are a plethora of public bike stands to use on Sauchiehall St and the surrounding areas, and the venue is easily accessible using Glasgow’s numerous cycle lanes.

About Broadcast

We are an all-inclusive bar and event space with fully accessible toilets as well as gender-neutral facilities. In our short lifespan, we have become one of the country’s most important venues regularly featuring artists who quickly go on to festival headliner status, such as Catfish & The Bottlemen, DMA’s, Mac de Marco, Phoebe Bridgers, we were chosen to host The Amazing Snakeheads legendary residency events and were picked by Fat White Family as the venue for the debut show by their side project Moonlandingz.

Most of our gigs and Clubs are in our basement event space with the main bar on the ground floor.

Bookings can be made here:
Tickets are on sale here:
Normal gig times are from 700pm – 1015 pm
Clubs usually run from 11 pm to 3 am
We have regular events such as Pub Quiz Tuesdays, Karaoke Wednesdays, and an Open Mic every Sunday.