The Scottish Exhibition +  Conference Centre (SECC), located at Finnieston Quay on the north bank of the River Clyde in Glasgow, is Scotland’s national venue for public events.

Opened in 1985, the SECC occupies a massive 64 acres (260,000 m²) of land, and has five main halls, the largest of which can seat up to 9,200.  In 1997 construction was completed on; the Clyde Auditorium, which was to become part of the SECC complex.  Designed by award-winning architect Sir Norman Foster and known as “the Armadillo” among Glaswegians, this 3,000 capacity building is also a regular venue for events and concerts.

The SECC hosts numerous concerts and live events -  Previous gigs have included Kylie, Simply Red, X Factor, Bob Dylan, The Killers, Elton John, Boyzone, and Shirley Bassey.
Plans are now well underway for the Scottish National Arena which will be the only one of its scale in the UK built specifically to cater for live performances.  Visitors will be able to enjoy an enhanced experience and superb sightlines from each of the 12.500 seats available, with acoustics of the highest standard.

For more information telephone 0141 248 3000, email or visit the SECC website at