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|King Tut's Wah Wah Hut|
272a St Vincent Street
Tel +44 (0) 141 221 5279
Fax +44 (0) 141 248 5202
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut is one of Glasgow's leading concert venues, renowned in Scotland as an exciting showcase for new and emerging bands and as the venue that supported some of the UK music industry's biggest names at the start of their careers.
Owned and managed by Scotland's foremost music promoters DF Concerts, King Tut's has throughout its twelve-year history played host to bands including Radiohead, Blur, Travis, Pulp and The Verve before they reached the heights of music superstardom. It also hosted the first Scottish gigs for Beck, Crowded House and The Strokes, and created a piece of rock and roll history as the venue where Oasis were first spotted and signed in 1993.
King Tuts is situated on St Vincent Street, very close to the city centre, and within walking distance of major transport facilities.
The closest mainline railway station is Glasgow Central, low level trains stop at nearby Charing Cross and Anderston and subway trains at St George's Cross or Cowcaddens, both about a ten minute walk. Although free at night, on street parking may be difficult during the day, though we'd prefer you left your car behind. We have compiled a list of links that might be useful for getting to King Tuts and around Glasgow.
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