Saturday's Riverside Festival sees Electric Frog and the men behind Glasgow's legendary Pressure club nights pool their resources to deliver a boutique style festival outdoors, with a line-up that's nirvana for electronic music lovers.
They have mixed up local talent with big names from further afield, such as Jamie from the XX, Len Faki and Boys Noize, left.
For organiser Dave Clarke, of Soma Records and one of the city's clubbing kingpins, it's a chance to put on an event a bit more intimate to most of this year's big shows.
"There's been a lot of things in Glasgow this summer, like the Stone Roses at Glasgow Green and the Bellahouston Park gigs that have a mass appeal, but this is more niche, a boutique type of event," he explains.
"I feel like we are offering something different that will provide a nice cross-section of people and ages. We are expecting 3000 which is a good number but nowhere near any of the big festivals."
While recent years have seen the Electric Frog Weekenders held outside, this is the first music event to use the Riverside Museum as a backdrop, a unique location for the festival, which starts in the afternoon.
"We're always looking for interesting locations," says Dave. "It's a great thing for Glasgow as you can see the whole river, the whole city if you look around and it's a really good backdrop.
"It's a little bit of nature around there but it's a flat surface for putting the stages up, so it's the best of both worlds."
Those stages will feature a variety of acts, with Dave determined to make sure the event has top names. He's even had to juggle schedules to make sure they landed them all, too.
"It's cutting edge electronic music, with a heavy nod to the club scene," he says.
"We've got artists such as Jamie XX involved, so it's a really good balance of Glasgow stuff and a lot of international acts who are going to be joining us. We've got Nina Kraviz, pictured left, and Len Faki, who is big on the Berlin scene.
"Boys Noize are quite different, Optimo have got J-Rocc, an underground turntablist, playing with them and we have got Underground Resistance, which is like jazz/electronic stuff live.
"I'd noticed that Underground Resistance were in Amsterdam that weekend and they have a London show at night, so we worked hard to get them there. They'll be arriving early morning and leaving right after they play."
THE event is not just about the bigger names, though. There's a healthy amount of Scottish talent on the bill too, a situation that Dave feels reflects the state of the local clubbing scene.
"There is a great variety of DJs doing well in Glasgow, and it's good to see that some of them are doing well outside the city too," he adds.
"There are so many great events on in Glasgow's clubs all the time.
"We took a wee break over the summer from Pressure and were looking at other events, and with all the things that go on and the number of residents and guest DJs here you'd think it was a city the size of London."
One aim of tomorrow's event is to provide a varied line-up, which is why there's a selection of other activities going on away from the music stages.
The most unusual of these is a night of stand-up comedy on the Tall Ship, with comics such as Joe Heenan, Mark Nelson and Reverend Obadiah Steppinwolf the Third appearing.
"Gary Little, who is a comic and a friend of mine, has pulled together a lot of comedians from the circuit," says Dave.
"There are about 13 performing between 6pm and 9pm, and the Tall Ship itself is always worth a visit, so we are hopeful of having people coming on and off there for a bit, in-between enjoying the music.
"We want it to have a festival feel. There'll be local boutique stall, clothes for sale, a jewellery stall and we want there to be interesting things happening all the way through."
No matter how well planned the event is, there's one thing it can't control - the weather.
"If it's warm and wet we can handle it," he laughs.
"We had a sunny Rock Ness, a sunny T In The Park and usually good things come in threes. That's what we're hoping anyway."
l Electric Frog & Pressure Riverside Festival, Riverside Museum, tomorrow, £30, 4pm