Hard Rock Cafe have opened their latest location in Glasgow. With over 9,000 square feet of space, seating for 170 guests, a dedicated live music area, late night bar and merchandise filled rock shop the location is set to be one of the cities top venues.

Additionally, the multi-level cafe has the ability to be used for unique private celebrations and memorable event functions to accommodate Glasgow’s growing conference market.

Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow

“As a proud native of Scotland, I couldn’t be more pleased that our world-famous Hard Rock brand will be calling Glasgow home,” said Hamish Dodds, President and CEO, Hard Rock International. “Glasgow is a truly amazing city with a long history, vibrant culture, rich heritage and of course, wonderful people. We’re confident that Hard Rock will be a perfect addition to this beautiful city.”

The new location will be complete with the Rock Wall™ Solo, an interactive touch wall with technology that enables fans to explore the world’s greatest rock ‘n’ roll memorabilia collection and virtually tour the company’s venues around the world. In addition, memorabilia from Hard Rock’s iconic collection will adorn the walls of Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow, including: a green two-piece suit worn by The Who’s Pete Townshend in the 1975 film ‘Tommy’, the burgundy velvet school boy outfit worn by Angus Young of AC/DC, an artist paint palette used by the Scottish-born ‘fifth Beatle’, Stuart Sutcliffe when at the Liverpool College of Art, the Epiphone Firebird guitar covered in mirrored tiles that Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall used in her ‘Hold On’ video, a sports tie worn by Eric Clapton, and many more

Hard Rock Cafe Glasgow will be using GuestCall IQ customer paging systems supplied by Pager Call Systems.