It’s the September long weekend and there’s plenty on offer for those able to enjoy an extra couple of days off!
Join us as our What’s On guide takes a look at some of the exciting things to do across Renfrewshire over the next few days.
Scroll down to find out more – plus, remember to stay up to date with events in the area all year round with the Paisley.is team.
Be Here Now – The Bungalow – Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Calling all music lovers! You’ll want to Be Here Now at Paisley’s The Bungalow for this three-day, multi-genre feast. See some of the UK’s top tributes take to the stage to play all of your favourite rock hits. On Friday, enjoy Legends of Rock, with top tributes to the biggest bands in the industry before Saturday sees the return of the Indie Rock night at The Bungalow. The weekend closes with a Classic Rock night on Sunday with a singalong to the best rock groups of all time.
Disney on Ice – intu Braehead Arena – now until 29 September
Meet over 50 of your favourite characters, including Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and princesses such as Jasmine, Cinderella, Ariel, and Snow White as Disney on Ice returns to intu Braehead Arena to celebrate 100 years of magic. It also wouldn’t be Disney on Ice without Frozen’s Anna, Elsa and the hilarious snowman Olaf! Sing-along to over 30 unforgettable songs including favourites like Let It Go, You’ve Got a Friend in Me and Hakuna Matata. Relive your favourite Disney memories and make new ones at this skating spectacular.
FoodFest@Ingliston – Ingliston Country Club & Hotel – Sunday and Monday
FoodFest@Ingliston provides a mouth-watering indoor food and drink event with top chefs including Gary Maclean, MasterChef – The Professionals Winner and two Michelin Star Stephen McLaughlin, head chef of restaurant Andrew Fairlie at Gleneagles who will be showcasing their culinary skills. Enjoy food & drink stalls, live music, workshops, masterclasses, competitions and much more.
Don’t miss… Silent Disco at Paisley Halloween Festival – Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October
If you love a wee dance, then you won’t want to miss the spooky silent disco sessions taking place this year’s Paisley Halloween Festival. Party-goers can show off their best moves as sessions take place across both Friday 25 and Saturday 26 October for the first time. The open-air disco, delivered by Silent Knights, will provide plenty of dancing, DJs, singing and Halloween fun in the town’s Dunn Square.