After receiving immense success around the world, Candlelight is gracing Glasgow’s most enchanting venues for a series of concerts played live by talented musicians under the gentle glow of candles. Adding candlelight to these gorgeous venues will enhance the intimate and cozy atmosphere, creating a warm and welcoming environment for guests.
The flickering flames of candles will be enjoyed at Glasgow’s top venues, such as The Corinthian Club and Tall Ship Glenlee. You’ll be pleased to hear that you can listen to an array of music genres and artists, from Taylor Swift, ABBA, and Queen, to Joe Hisaishi, you won’t want to miss out on.
If you thought you got the gist of what Candlelight has to offer, think again. This time around, the concert series is taking you aboard The Tall Ship Glenlee! That’s right, you’ll get to experience concerts surrounded by hundreds of candles aboard a 127 year-old ship. This impressive ship’s main deck with its stunning views of the River Clyde, make it a truly memorable location. With its unique history, stunning location, and versatile spaces, the Tall Ship Glenlee is a top choice for anyone looking to enjoy a relaxing and romantic evening as you’re listening to some of your favourite songs, illuminated by candlelight.
The Corinthian Club gives a real sense of exclusivity thanks to its nightclub, rooftop terrace, being home to Teller’s Bar & Brasserie and Charlie Parker’s Piano Bar. Find your seat the spectacular venue which boasts five floors of private event spaces and surround yourself in a rich history. Candlelight is coming to this unique space on 191 Ingram Street for unforgettable performances.
The Merchants House: A Glasgow Landmark
The Merchants House of Glasgow is dripping in history – one of the city’s oldest and most prestigious organisations dating back to the 17th century. It was founded in 1605 by a group of prominent tradesmen and merchants to provide support for those in need and Now Candlelight concerts are bringing an extra sprinkle of something special to the iconic spot.
Located in the heart of West End and first known as Kelvinside Parish Church, Òran Mór has undergone several changes over the years. It has been beautifully renovated and transformed into a unique and inviting space for live music. The venue’s layout, with its balcony seating and raised stage, provides excellent views and acoustics, making it an ideal location for intimate concerts.
The Candlelight concerts have been met by countless 5-star reviews, and guests have called it “a creative, enchanting, and new concert experience.” The concert series is known for its unique venues and Òran Mór, the Tallship, and the Trades Hall of Glasgow definitely don’t disappoint. Their rich history, inviting atmosphere and intimate setting make them worth a visit.