A selection of Glasgow's finest DJs head to The Poetry Club on Friday 29 September 2023.
Underground legend Dominic Cappello has been a mainstay in the Glasgow house scene for over 20 years – due to his weekly Subculture residency at Sub Club. He has gained a reputation, alongside Harri, as being one of the most innovative and credible DJs in the country. Joining him on the night, is fellow Glasgow based DJ Kairogen, who, thanks to her unique blend of Detroit techno and ambient house coupled with the incorporation of visual arts elements, has become one of the most distinguishable DJs on the scene.
This event is strictly 18+. We accept two forms of ID: a driver's licence (either full or provisional), or a passport (this must be valid and in-date).
You can find full details about accessibility for each of the venues at SWG3 on our Accessibility page.
Booking accessible tickets
The accessible viewing platform is not available for club nights. Accessible customers should purchase a standard ticket then email any requirements to [email protected]. To apply for a free companion ticket, please fill out the Companion Tickets application form.
BY TRAIN + SUBWAY + BUS
The nearest travel hub is Partick Interchange. From there, it’s a 10 minute walk to SWG3 along the Expressway.
The nearest bike racks can be found on the corner of Kelvinhaugh Street and Dumbarton Road, including NextBike stands. Bikes will not be permitted on site, so please lock up before arriving.
There are a variety of pubs and restaurants situated in the heart of Finnieston, which is a five minute walk from the venue.
SWG3 is located in a residential area. Please respect the neighbours by keeping the noise down when arriving at, and leaving, the venue