On Saturday, top breeders from across Scotland and England will show their prize Highland cattle at Pollok Country Park.
More than 100 animals are expected to compete to become the Supreme Champion.
There will be a wide range of activities to keep all the family entertained, with the cattle judging beginning at 10am.
The events arena, which opens at 11am, will feature the Drakes of Hazard sheepdog and duck display team, falconry displays with the Cumberland Birds of Prey Centre, children's entertainment and a chance to see giant Clydesdale horses being fitted with new shoes.
There will also be a food market and craft stalls as well as children's rides and a bouncy castle.
Alistair Watson, the city council's land and environment spokesman, said: "This is our 10th year hosting the City of Glasgow International Highland Cattle Show.
"It is now a hugely popular event.
"It is also about making aspects of rural life more accessible to the public who come to see the livestock and enjoy the free activities."
This year the judge is highly respected Highland cattle breeder and international judge Robert Phillip.
The championship will be judged some time after 3pm, with the parade of winning cattle being the final event of the day.