The Spree for All is set to return even bigger and better than ever.

The fringe event for Paisley’s national arts festival The Spree, it promises a packed programme of live music, poetry readings, comedy and more.

The launch comes as part of the push towards Paisley’s bid to be named UK City of Culture 2021.

Paolo Nutini will headline this year’s main Spree event with a sold-out homecoming gig at Paisley Abbey, while indie rock band Frightened Rabbit and singer songwriter Dougie MacLean are also on the line up.

The Spree for All, organised by local music charity LNP Promotions and sponsored by Paisley First, sees bars, cafés and restaurants host a string of live gigs across the town from October 14 to 22.

There will be a family zone in the High Street on both Saturdays during the event with music, magicians, balloon artists and face painters.

Interactive theatre company Mischief La-Bas will also be adding to the fun with their wacky performances.

For a full Spree for All programme of events visit

For tickets and further information on the Spree main festival, visit or call the Box Office on 0300 300 120.

For info on the Burger and Keg events visit