Since its start in 1990, King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut has been at the forefront of the Scottish live music scene. It continues to be one of the most celebrated venues in the world.
King Tut’s is an exciting showcase for new and emerging bands. It is the venue that supported some of the music industry's biggest names at the start of their careers. From Oasis (who were famously signed by Alan McGee at the venue in 1993) to Radiohead, The Killers, Juliette Lewis, Pulp, My Chemical Romance, Florence & The Machine, Biffy Clyro, Manic Street Preachers, Snow Patrol, Frightened Rabbit and Paolo Nutini. Plus many more.
King Tut’s is situated on St Vincent Street, within walking distance of all major transport facilities.
The closest mainline railway station is Glasgow Central. Low-level trains stop at nearby Charing Cross and Anderston.
Subway trains stop at St George's Cross and Cowcaddens - both about a 10 minute walk.
The nearest bus stop is outside the venue on St Vincent Street where the First Bus number 2 stops. Other nearby bus stops are on Bothwell Street, Waterloo Street, Hope Street, Bath Street and Sauchiehall Street. Plan your journey at firstbus.co.uk.
Your nearest Nextbike stop/pick up is next to the Ibis Styles Glasgow Central hotel on Waterloo Street.
King Tuts has 3 steps leading into the basement bar, which can be accessed by a portable ramp. Yet, it does have 28 steps up into the venue and there is no accessible lift available within the venue.