The weekend is here and there’s lots for everyone to enjoy in Renfrewshire.
Our What’s On guide takes a look at just some of the big things happening this weekend – as well as a look to upcoming events in the area.
Scroll down to find out more – plus, remember to stay up to date with events in Renfrewshire all year round with the Paisley.is team.
Paisley Youth Arts Festival – now until Sunday 15 September
It’s the last weekend of this year’s Paisley Youth Arts festival, which sees over 50 events taking place in venues around the town centre, attracting young people from Renfrewshire and beyond. The programme caters to three strands: Kids (age 5-12 year olds); Teens (age 13-18) and Young Adults (18-25 year olds). There’s still time to enjoy events in gaming, virtual reality, workshops for skills knowledge, podcasts, exhibitions, talent showcases, live music, open mic nights, parties and much more.
Carol Laula Band & Guests: Celebrating Women in Music – The Wynd Centre – Saturday – 7:30pm
Don’t miss the fantastic Carol Laula and her band at this female-focused music extravaganza. Carol will perform a set of her own whilst introducing some exciting women in music, showcasing songs old and new. Fantastic local acts on the bill include Jordan Stewart, Lisa Kowalski, Mandulu & Hephzibah, PACE Youth Theatre Choir and more.
Johnstone Wedding Fayre – Johnstone Town Hall – Sunday – 11am
Looking for ideas for your big day? Johnstone Town Hall will host a wide variety of local wedding suppliers, from photographers to kilt makers and florists to bridal wear at this free to attend event. There will also be the opportunity to view a wedding set up in the main hall so that you can see just what the award-winning venue has to offer. Johnstone Wedding Fayre visitors will also receive a complimentary drink, a goody bag and a range of special offers and discounts.
Don’t miss… Silent Disco at Paisley Halloween Festival – Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October
As you may know, the award-winning Paisley Halloween Festival returns to take over the town for a fright-filled weekend on Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October. For the first time, this year’s festival will feature a spooky silent disco where party-goers can show off their best Monster Mash and Thriller dance moves. The open-air silent disco, delivered by Silent Knights, will provide plenty of dancing, DJs, singing and Halloween fun. Taking place in the town’s Dunn Square, there will be a series of 40-minute sessions for families and festival-goers to enjoy over the two days. There will also be two relaxed disco slots suitable for those with additional support needs and their families and carers. During these time slots the music will be turned down in the wireless headphones and there will be more room to dance around.