The O2 ABC in the heart Glasgow, Scotland is a nightclub and music venue. Built in 1875, it has been renovated many times and had a large reconstruction in the 1920s. The facility has been used for multipurpose and came to its current glory between 2002 and 2005. With more than 400 events yearly and a capacity of 1300 people, this venue offers you a memorable experience. Famous performers as Sum 41, Caravan Palace
and many more had their live shows hosted at the club.
The venue is located on 300 Sauchiehall St, Glasgow G2 3JA, United Kingdom, and there are several means of getting there:
By train and tube: the closest station is Charing Cross – about 5 minutes away from the club. After you exit the station head east on Bath St. and on the third crossroad turn north Pitt St - a couple of minutes and you will see the club.
By bus: buses 15, 17, 77, 369 can lead you a minute away to the west from the facility.
By car: follow the M8 highway and make a turn to Sauchiehall St to reach the building.
International: take a rail from Hyndland, Carntyne or Shawlands. Exit at Charing Cross station and have a walk to the venue (directions shown above).
There is available street parking near the area of the venue, free after 6 pm or 8 pm. Also the Q-Park Sauchiehall St. is the closest 24-hour multi-storey car park. There are several accessible parking bays for Blue Badgers in the Q-Park.
Accessibility for people with special needs
The facility is ready to comfort everyone, regarding the needs. Accessible toilets with RADAR key control can be found at multiple spots around the venue. Guide dogs are also welcome for the people with needs. There are also companion tickets and wheelchair spaces. Everyone is welcome at The O2 ABC!