Urbuhn Avenue will welcome up to 4,000 visitors to a massive one-stop-shop for street-wear and sneakers with basketball, street art and music thrown in. The event takes place at SEC, Glasgow on Sat 6 Apr 2019 and tickets are on sale now.
The event will transform SEC into a sneaker fan's nirvana, bringing together up to 150 pop ups including Doric Skateboards, Vindicate, SNKR STAKE, Hello Sock and more. Exclusive lines will be available on the day making it the perfect place to snap up a new pair of sneaks and try out the latest fashion.
Alongside brands, the event invites some of the largest individual collectors and sellers in the UK to show off their collections. Even better that just ogling over them, attendees have the opportunity to meet the collectors to trade or buy must-have sneakers. Alongside this the Limited Edition Trainer Exhibition will have a unique display of rare and special sneaks.
A panel discussion will take place on the day seeing none other than co-founder of Patta, Edson Sabajo, discuss all things sneakers and streetwear with industry influencers Franklin AKA King of Trainers and Danny and Lance from The Annexe.
For those looking for a unique way to remember the day free customisations from profes-sional sneaker artist Sneaker Stockroom will be available in the onsite Customisation Factory.
Other highlights include free-play basketball hoops open all day to ticket holders with Glasgow Rocks basketball player Kieron Achara and Basketball Scotland heading down in the afternoon to run competitions and giveaways. Hip-hop demonstrations, a street art workshop and a photography workshop from sneaker photographer Peter Coyne are also taking place on the day all of which are free for ticket holders.
Food and coffee will be served for friends and families from The Hangout while The North Hop Bar offers craft Scottish beer and spirits in the beer garden. Kings Barbershop will also be onsite all day offering ticket holders the chance to get a fresh fade, cut or beard trim.
General Admission tickets are £11. Premium tickets are £20 and include early entry at 10am, a premium wristband, goodie bag and access to an exclusive competition inside the event.