Photo exhibition ahead of Tenement Trail festival celebrates the music and venues of Glasgow

Fatherson at The Barrowlands (Cameron Brisbane)

A NEW photography exhibition will celebrate the music and venues of Glasgow while raising money for a mental health charity.

‘For The Love of Glasgow’ will showcase shots by photographers Alice Hadden and Cameron Brisbane from iconic venues including The Barrowlands, The Garage and the O2 Academy.

Big Moon performing on the Tenement Trail (Alice Hadden)

It’ll also have images from the O2 ABC, which is sadly out of commission following the Glasgow School of Art Fire.

The exhibition is also part of the build-up to this year’s Tenement Trail festival, which brings together thousands of music fans every year across ten venues for 12 hours in Glasgow.

The photos on display include snaps of the likes of Frightened Rabbit, Lewis Capaldi, Fatherson and Twin Atlantic from the Tenement Trail.

Taking place in the bar of Broadcast in the heart of the trail, the exhibition will run until September 30 and shots will be available for purchase from the photographers.

All proceeds from sales will go direct to Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH).

Tickets are still available for the Tenement Trail festival, which this year features The Cribs as headliners.

Over 50 bands will be performing on September 29 at Broadcast, Firewater, Flat 0/1, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Nice N Sleazy, The Blue Arrow, The Garage, The Garage (Attic Bar), The Garage (G2) and The Priory.

Tickets for Tenement Trail are on sale now at