Are you ready for a festival?
Buddies can set sail to the Clyde to check out a brand new festival.
The GalGael Trust in partnershop with the Clyde Maritime Trust will host a free fest to celebrate Scottish maritime heritage and the work of their Anchor and Sail project.
The key aim of the Clydebuilt festival, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24, is to create an accessible community event which raises awareness of the area’s unique maritime heritage.
The festival offers live craft demonstrations from the GalGael and The Tall Ship, beautiful boats from the Scottish Maritime Museum, hunter-gatherer skills with Backwood Survival and much more.
Live music from local bands including the Trongate Rum Riots, Arkansas Ramblers and Muldoon’s Picnic.
Delicious food will be on offer from Scotland’s premium street food trucks; Loch Fyne Oysters, Babu Street Kitchen and Prime Street Food and of course a licensed bar.
Ben Wilde of the GalGael Trust said: “We can’t wait to see so many folk from across the country come together to race, party and enjoy their shared heritage.”