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The Strange Blue Dreams / Awkward Family Portraits.

appearing at

Clarks on Lindsay Street

Dundee, Angus

Thursday 29th of March 2018


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The Strange Blue Dreams / Awkward Family Portraits.



The Strange Blue Dreams: "They uniquely blend rock n' roll, R&B and Rockabilly...from a parallel universe" The Skinny. With a roguish charm, Awkward Family Portraits have been bringing contemporary folk and Americana to the streets of Glasgow since 2016.

Clarks on Lindsay Street

Venue Type

Bar & Live Music Venue

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On Friday & Saturday nights, Clarks buzzes with a vibrant party atmosphere and live music from the area's best pop & rock cover bands followed by our resident DJ until 2:15 am.

It's the perfect venue for an informal party with areas to reserve for celebrations and gatherings of all sorts & sizes, from hen nights to birthdays to retirements to reunions. If you want the place to yourself, Clarks can also be hired for private functions and events.

Away from Friday and Saturday, the renowned Sunday Song Club is an intimate and lively acoustic night with a blend of invited guests and open mic - a great way to wind down the weekend. Midweek, Clarks also plays host to an eclectic range of gigs from established and emerging artists both touring and local.

The drinks range reflects modern trends with cocktails, gins & craft beers to the fore while the kitchen serves great value pub food with an emphasis on chef's own recipes.

Rock n Roll / Rockabilly / Folk

80 North Lindsay Street,




DD1 1PS.

01382 224 925

Alcohol Served

Admission Fee: £7
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