Make Music Day is coming to Byres Road and Ashton Lane.
Free music gigs and performances will strike up at a host of venues on June 21.
It’s the second year that the West End district has taken part in the international celebration.
Thousands of free in-person and online events will take place up and down the country joining other events overseas – making it the world’s largest, annual celebration of music.
Business campaign Visit West End is co-ordinating the local Make Music Day events.
The day kicks off with singer-songwriter Dawn Coulshed performing between 1pm – 3pm at The Alchemy Experiment on Byres Road.
Also on Byres Road, The Record Factory will be hosting an evening of entertainment from 7pm with acoustic duo Old Bohemia headlining supported by The Fear and Callow Cal.
Ashton Lane will be a haven for music lovers with performances in Brel, The Grosvenor Café and Jinty McGuinty’s.
Singer-songwriter Gordon Airlie will be bringing his fantastic vocals to Brel from 7pm-9pm, followed by Chris Suckle at Jinty McGuinty’s from 9.30pm ‘till late.
We are delighted to be bringing Make Music Day back to the West End, and are very excited to see so many businesses hosting events this year, making this a truly community event.
Sets in the Grosvenor Café and Oran Mor as well as street buskers will be announced at visitwestend.com shortly.
John Turner, Chair of Byres Road and the Lanes Business Improvement District, the organisation behind Visit West End, said: "We are delighted to be bringing Make Music Day back to the West End, and are very excited to see so many businesses hosting events this year, making this a truly community event.
“Let's play on and fill the West End with joyous music!”
Since beginning as Fête de la Musique in France in 1982, Make Music Day has grown into a global phenomenon that takes place annually in 125 countries, always on 21 June.
Solo performers, groups and music creators of all types are invited to take part, regardless of age, ability or musical genre.