August Danse Macabre 2023 - feat DJ Lebanon Hangover


Saturday 12 August, 2023 - Sunday 13 August, 2023    
23:00 - 03:00


37 Saltmarket, Glasgow, G1 5NA

Event Type


We’ve put on our eyeliner, scoured Bandcamp, and just about recovered from Heartbreak Beat the night before. Can we do two nights in a row? You betcha.

A slightly different week to usual, since we’ve got a very special friend’s wedding to attend the following week, we’ve got the lights down low and the smoke machine up high, for another night of cheap undead thrills in Bonjour. And we’d love you to join us.

Tunes by DM residents Catnip and Pasta, and friend of DM and all-round wonderful human being DJ Lebanon Hangover joining us to give us a chance for a sit down and a few extra Long Island Iced Teas!



£5 standard entry, £3 for trade unionists, £0 for unwaged folk. Tickets on the door may be paid for in cash or via contactless.

Tickets available at



Bonjour is a worker-cooperative, profit-sharing queer bar/venue.

The venue is at street level, and fully wheelchair accessible – there is one step within the building but a ramp is available.

All toilets are gender-neutral, including a fully accessible one.

If you can’t afford a taxi but need to get home, speak to the bar staff and they can arrange one for you.

Danse Macabre operates a strict safe space policy and will not tolerate bigotry of any kind. Anyone who feels uncomfortable, harassed, or in danger, should immediately come to the DJ booth, and a member of venue staff or security will be called if required.

Our full policy is available at:

The nearest railway stations are High Street and Argyle Street. The area is served by a number of buses, and the N6 night bus goes south from Stockwell Street from midnight.



Please do not attend if you feel unwell. Please take an LFT before attending. The DJs may have some spare FFP2 masks available on request.

The music will be loud enough to dance to, but not too loud to stop you having conversations comfortably. The music in the bar area will be quieter than the main room. The DJs keep decibel monitors checked throughout the night, and also have earplugs available on request (as do bar staff)