Glasgow Bands Help Raise Money For Charity
Heavy Metal fans are being asked to help raise money for charity Childline Scotland. The organisation hosts the Titanium Metal Music Festival on Monday, May 1 at Barfly in Clyde Street, which features Glasgow band Syth and Argonath.
Last year the festival raised more than £1000 for the charity which provides a free helpline for children and young people in trouble and danger. The festival will kick off with a pub quiz and raffle with £400 worth of prizes.
Tickets cost £5 from Tickets Scotland or www.wolfmoon-promotions.com.
Source: Evening Times
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