Alexandra Park Festival Day 2023

Sat 22 July | 12noon - 4pm
All ages
Free entry

The Alexandra Park Festival Day kicks off the first of our festival days this summer - and we can't wait to welcome everyone! Taking place on Saturday 22 July between 12 and 4pm - entry is free.

Activities will include dance demonstrations, performances from Musical Workshop, a set from Little Mix Magic, a free prize draw and Glasgow Sport will be there with sports activities.

For the wee ones there is a children’s area with bungee trampolines, bumper cars, tea-cups, inflatable slide and bouncy castle and lots of market stalls which will include local traders, arts, crafts, confectionery, jewellery, toys and community stalls – arts & crafts, plants, lots more! 

There will be a fire engine in attendance, free balloon modelling, free face painting, free print making & painting wall to help decorate. We also have tea tent and food and drink stalls! Stuart James of East End Community Radio will be hosting the stage and compering the event!

Last but not least we have some amazing live pro wrestling from Iron Girders Gym, based in Gallowgate in the east end of Glasgow. The gym is run by Barry Young aka Wolfgang - a WWE wrestler who performs on the NXT brand and is is currently one-half of the NXT Tag Team Champion with Mark Coffey.  

Wrestling line up is:

IGPW Champion Levi

The Young Lioness Angel Hayze

Scotland's top tag team Arcade Violence

There's will also be a rope elimination match 'The Ally Park Rumble’ and live training demonstrations as well as some exhibition matches throughout the day.

Keep an eye on our social media channels @platformglasgow for more information about activities on the day! 

If you are interested in hosting a stall at the event please fill out this form.  If you have any problems with completing the form please contact info@platform-online.co.uk 

Images by Iain McLean and of previous festivals.

With thanks to our funders and supporters Glasgow City Council, Milnbank Housing Association, Creative Scotland, Glasgow Life, Spireview Housing Association and Copperworks Housing Association.

Additional info

Festival is subject to licence

Entry to the festival is free

We are also hosting The Bridge Family Festival on Sat 29 July from 12noon - 4pm - more details here.

With thanks to our supporters Glasgow City Council, Milnbank Housing Association, Glasgow Housing Association, Spireview Housing Association, Copperworks Housing Association.

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