With just two days until the big day we are incredibly excited and hope that you are too.
Over 1,500 people have registered for the event and will once again be turning the West End of Glasgow yellow in support of Beatson patients and their families.
It’s not too late to register!
If you have friends, family or colleagues that have yet to sign up then don’t panic.
You can still register in the following way:
On the day - registration is available on Sunday from 10.00 at The Riverside Museum.
To register on the day come to our charity marquee where our friendly staff will be able to sign you up. If you have yet to receive your wristband or t-shirt then worry not. These items will be available for you in our marquee.
Timings for the day
Off The Beatson Track opens at 10.00 on Sunday 16th August.
Beatson Cancer Charity Ambassador and Capital FM’s Garry Spence will be leading the festivities throughout the day. At 10.30 there will be a fun filled warm up from Glasgow’s Zumba Sisters to get you ready to go Off The Beatson Track.
At 11.00 our first wave (white wristband) of participants will be heading off on the route. With the second wave (yellow wristband) leaving at 11.15 and the third wave (silver wristband) at 11.30.
*To ensure that Off The Beatson Track is a fun and safe event please make sure that you leave with your allocated wave group.
Toilets will be available to all participants at The Riverside. These can be found on the ground floor of the museum.
From 12.45 until 16.00 there will be live music on the Beatson WH Malcom truck. So make sure to come back to The Riverside to see Ayawara, The Nudists, Emily Middlemas and Rewind.
There will also be entertainment within the museum’s 1900’s street. Lookout for lindyhop and swing dancing from Glasgow’s Lindyhoppers, magic from George’s Marvellous Magic and music from Andrew Wright and Paul McWilliams.
As well as this there will also be face painting, caricatures, balloon modelling and amazing acrobatics from Spinal Chord.
At 13.30 we will be attempting to host Glasgow’s biggest yellow conga, so make sure not to miss out on all of the fun!
Don’t forget to take pictures and share these throughout the day by using the#offthebeatsontrack.
Plan your journey
We would strongly recommend you to take public transport on Sunday.
Partick train station is just a short walk from The Riverside and there are also frequent buses to Partick.
Car parking at the Riverside Museum will be extremely limited on the day and will be available on a first come first served basis. If you do secure a parking space on the day, please purchase your pay and display ticket as normal at machines located throughout the car park. To park all day, you will need to collect a pass from the Beatson Cancer Charity marquee which entitles you to park at the Riverside for the full day. However, we strongly advise participants not to travel by car unless absolutely necessary.
Please pay close attention to all safety messages on the day. For your safety, our bright yellow event marshals will be placed along the route and at the Riverside Museum.
It is incredibly important that you follow instructions from the marshals along the route.
If you have any queries about the event, including the accessibility of the route, then please head to our website, call us on 0141 212 0505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can’t wait to see you on Sunday!