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BBC at the Quay


A fantastic 16-day pop-up festival, BBC at the Quay will sit beside the River Clyde to celebrate the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Live on BBC radio and TV this festival of music, comedy and interactive activities will run alongside great food and drink, with entertainment for all the family.

Live music line up will include:

Texas, Simple Minds, Paloma Faith, Amy Macdonald, The BBC Big Band with Maceo Parker, Radiophonic Workshop, Raghu Dixit, Steve Earle, Karen Matheson, Shooglenifty, Prides and Public Service Broadcasting.

Stage shows of favourite TV shows such as ‘A Question of Sport’, ‘Mastermind’, ‘Watson’s Wind-Up’ alongside a host of CBBC and CBeebies favourites.

Live broadcasts by The One Show, Ken Bruce, Fred MacAulay, Radio 1 and Radio 3 will follow the action throughout the calendar of events.

Still Game stars Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill will be in attendance, alongside Olympic and World Champion track cyclist Chris Hoy.

Our giant screen will host the biggest and best of the sporting action from the Games, as well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies.

BBC at the Quay is an event for all the family but children under the age of 16 will not be admitted without an accompanying adult.  Access to the site is free but some events will be ticketed for capacity reasons and may have a minimum age limit.

Visit the BBC at the Quay website for full listings and don’t forget to grab your tickets to the celebrations.

Follow us on @BBCthequay for news and updates. 

The Glasgow XX Commonwealth Games are now over. This website is closed and for reference purposes only. Some external links may no longer work. For the latest news and information, please visit the Commonwealth Games Federation website.