The two-hour Merchant City Trad Trail follows the echoes of legendary bar sessions and traces the story of Glasgow's folk and roots scenes from their beginnings to today's Celtic Connections headliners. Walk some of the oldest streets in Glasgow as our expert guides share tales of the songwriters and storytellers who have shaped the city's vibrant folk culture. The tour will feature several indoor stops and the opportunity to warm your hands with a cup of coffee, or something stronger.
Please note, this tour has one venue which is not wheelchair accessible.
All tours start from Scottish Music Centre, by City Halls, Candleriggs G1 1NQ
Tours last approximately two hours
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