The Venue

The Briggait is a beautiful Grade-A listed building in Glasgow's Merchant City. Originally built in 1873, the Briggait was the city’s fish market for over 100 years. It’s been described by Historic Scotland as ‘Scotland’s most important collection of surviving market halls’.It is accessible by public transport routes and a 5-minute walk from public transport links. The full address is 141 Bridgegate, Glasgow G1 5HZ.

The Date

Saturday 12th August 2017. 

Exhibiting Hours

The Briggait will be open to the public from 10am to 4pm. 

Unloading & Set-up

Access for stallholders is available from 7am. Volunteers will be there to assist with unloading. There is a small unloading bay at the rear of the venue and at the front entrance that stall holders can use. We will schedule times for you to arrive to unload to reduce the number of stallholders unloading at any one time. After you've been allocated a stall location within the hall we will inform you of which entrance to use for unloading. We request that stallholders unload all items onto the pavement outside the venue before moving their vehicle into one of the very close by car parks. Stall holders will then be able to begin transferring goods into the hall.


The closest parking to the venue is in the NCP Car Park Glasgow King Street across the road from the main entrance of the venue. The entrance to the car park is on King Street and costs £8 for 10-12 hrs parking.

Booking a Stall

If you are interested in booking a stall or would like more information on stall prices, please email