Make the effort to seek out this panoramic sunset party and you will definitely be rewarded. With an outdoor terrace overlooking Glasgow city centre, Dont Drop return to the Up On The Hill Cafe with the help of some Sub Club favourites. Kicking off at 5pm, expect quality house music provided by Sensu residents Junior and Barry Price, as well as Subculture regular Telford.
17.00-00.00 / Up On The Hill Cafe / £5 OTD
Fun, inclusive and forever on point, We Should Hang Out More present the third installment of their 'In Africa' series, enlisting the help of honorary Glaswegian and Auntie Flo collaborator, Esa. A multi-talented producer and session musician, Esa has been known to play live drums during his DJ sets, while his latest EP on Dekmantel is a vibrant explosion of Detroit-dipped deep house and rhythm-riding afro-beat.
23.00-03.00 / La Cheetah Club / £7 ADV
Following the roaring success of this year's Riverside Festival, there's no slowing down for Slam as they invite Italian techno siren, Joseph Capriati to join them at Return To Mono. A main fixture in Ibiza, who is just as effective playing to crowds at Paradise as he is Pacha, the Drumcode regular will be sure to stomp out any post-election stress.
23.00-03.00 / Sub Club / £20 ADV
Celebrating 40 years since New York's infamous Studio 54 changed club culture forever, Glasgow becomes the centre of the disco universe this weekend as the likes of Chic, Kool & The Gang and Jocelyn Brown all perform at the West End Fiesta. SWG3 host an official Studio 54 afterparty on Saturday, promising glitterballs, disco classics and a few 'Studio 54 surprises'. Bianca Jagger riding a white horse across the dancefloor is yet tbc.
23.00-03.00 / SWG3 / £10 ADV