The Scottish Event Campus hosted two polar-opposite events across the weekend of 4-6 August as both motoring enthusiasts and Celine Dion fans descended upon the venue. arrived for its second year and organiser said it attracted over 27,000 visitors.
The Ignition Festival of Motoring, which is the biggest motoring show in Scotland, featured a purpose-built race track, the greatest collection of F1 cars to ever come to Scotland, Driftland, the ride and drive zone amongst many more incredible features.
High profile motoring celebrity appearances including stunt driver, Terry Grant, BTCC driver, Gordon Shedden and renowned F1 broadcast journalist, Lee McKenzie.
On Saturday evening, Canadian superstar Celine Dion took the stage in the SSE Hydro. It was her first concert in Scotland for 20 years.
Commenting on the production of these events, director of operations at the SEC, Mark Laidlaw, said: “Running two large events simultaneously is always a challenge but having one event taking up the entire campus and the other being an international superstar is on another level.
“The success of the two events is a true reflection on our team who have been absolutely relentless in ensuring customer satisfaction, security and overall success of the events. The teamwork between organisers, our internal team and our partners has been great and we look forward to many more busy and fun filled weekends here at the SEC.”