in St Enoch Square last week.
I liked all the bands, especially the band from Mexico who put a bit of fun into their performance.
It's a pity that it took the organisers until Friday to put the barriers behind the seating so that you could sit and enjoy the performances without people standing in front of you and blocking your view.
Also black marks to Glasgow City Council for closing George Square three weeks before the event, as it usually held there.
Doreen Howden Clarkston
REGARDING Roads Woe, Letters, in Tuesday's Evening Times, if you think that's bad look at Frankfort Street, Shawlands, done eight weeks ago.
It was a shambolic job and the drains are still blocked. Why do we pay council tax?
Fergus Henderson via email
I HAVE just heard from friends and neighbours that the open-air gig in Bellahouston park, headlined by Swedish DJ Avicii, descended into an orgy of drink-fuelled violence and anti-social behaviour.
Local residents and decent people attending the event were terrified by the behaviour of a minority of the crowd who were intent on causing trouble.
Luckily I was away at the weekend. What a pity Glasgow City Council and the police are not properly assessing the risks of these open-air events and putting in place measures to see that this mayhem does not occur.
If they cannot properly control the situation it would be better to have these events in stadiums or purpose-built centres such as the SECC where proper policing and stewarding can be implemented.
Bill Love, Mosspark
Gift card thanks
THANK you for the £100 St Enoch gift card that I won. It gave me a boost, not just financially but in myself too.
Y Collins and family Glasgow