The Viewpoint, where this all-night woodland rave-up takes place, might just be the most picturesque party spot in all Scotland. It overlooks the Kelburn Gorge and onto Kelburn Castle – world-famous for its surrealist, graffiti art murals.
This time there's a distinctly tropical tinge to the line-up – Nigerian MC Afrikan Boy performs, alongside the maracana madness of Samba Ya Bamba and the iFoundation Reggae Band, among others.
Camping is free, and the Kelburn Garden Party website has details on how to catch the bus there and back.
l Psychedelic Forest Carnival, Kelburn Castle, Saturday, 6pm-4am, £23
After eight years of bringing joy to Glasgow trance fans, Rectify is preparing to shut up shop on its club nights.
At this final birthday bash, they welcome Sebastian Brandt and Paul Webster, all the way from Helsingborg and Dublin respectively.
Just round the corner from Chambre 69, The Courtyard hosts an all-day pre-party, with its first silent disco, with the Rectify residents.
"A silent disco is a unique concept sweeping the UK," says the promotional blurb, presumably copied from a 2001 press release when the silent disco first emerged on the scene.
They'll be getting a Myspace page next.
In other Chambre-related goings on, fundraising club Philanthrobeats sees a third outing tonight, with special guests Optimo and Denney & Fortywinks alongside residents Tarantism.
Proceeds go to the very worthy humanitarian medical aid organisation Médecins Sans Frontières.
l Philanthrobeats 3, Chambre 69, tonight, 11pm-3am, £4
l Courtyard Silent Disco, The Courtyard, Saturday, 3pm-late, £6
l Rectify Eighth Birthday Party, Chambre 69, Saturday, 11pm-3am, £12.50
Capping off what has been a huge summer, Bigfoot's Tea Party have a belter of a bill lined up for their all-day Riverside rumpus on Saturday – their last outing for the foreseeable future.
Parisian techno DJ Remain headlines, alongside local legends Silicone Soul and Animal Farm's Quail.
The Bigfoot's residents, Christopher Kelly and Wrick kickstart, lead the proceedings, and, as always, the afterparty takes place in St Jude's basement.
l Bigfoot's Riverside, 100 Stobcross Place, Saturday, 2pm-12am, £12
The chaos that erupts at the Sub Club each and every Tuesday night would put other venues' weekends to shame.
It's all down to the i AM crew's ear for a special guest, and for their imminent second birthday celebrations they've lined up another corker.
Craig David-collaborating garage legends Artful Dodger will be making the trip from London for this sole Scottish date, unfortunately without the much-lampooned David in tow.
You can't have everything, I guess.
The following night Sub Rosa have a special guest DJ set from cerebral indie act Foals, which, putting it lightly, should be pretty good as well.
l i AM Second Birthday, Sub Club, Tuesday, 11pm-3am, £6
l Sub Rosa featuring Foals DJ Set, Sub Club, Wednesday