Glasswerk is a national concert promoter based in the UK. They have offices in Liverpool and London, and have been operating since 2005. They promote a wide variety of musical acts in various genres; from acoustic to metal, pop to hip hop, with most of their concerts being in London, Manchester, Liverpool, as well as Birmingham, Leeds, Brighton, Newcastle, Glasgow and other smaller towns and cities sometimes. Glasswerk promote around 500-600 shows a year in capacities of 100 up to 2000 in a variety of venues, both corporate and independent.

Acts that Glasswerk have promoted (in no particular order) include – Arctic Monkeys, Reverend And The Makers, The Parlotones, Jessie J, Enter Shikari, Stephen Fretwell, Tinchy Stryder, Everything Everything, Art Brut, The Hoosiers, Dogs Die In Hot Cars, The Bluetones, Mica Paris, Scouting For Girls, The Holloways, We Are The Ocean, Aiden, Hard Fi, Glamour Of The Kill, YouMeAtSix, Ed Sheeran, Seth Lakeman, Kate McGill, Alexa Goddard, Twenty Twenty, The Eighties Matchbox Bline Disaster, Alice Gold, Imperial Leisure, Exit Ten, Mamas Gun, Judy Collins, Peter Grant, Goldie Lookin Chain, Nick Harper, KOF, Don Broco, InMe, Ruarri Joseph, Sucioperro, Matt Berry, The Strange Death of Liberal England, Die So Fluid, Belleruche, Vains Of Jenna, The Joy Formidable, King Charles, Gabby Aplin, Gemma Hayes, MC Lars, Deaf Havana, Mumiy Troll, The Crazy World of Arthur Brown, Moulettes, Schiller and many more.

In 2012 Glasswerk took over the club Surya in Kings Cross, London – Its a 220 capacity, 2 floor club, with 150 capacity live room in the basement. Sell out shows so far have seen acts such as Mumiy Troll, Lauren Aqulina, Orla Gartland, Nick Harper, Kate McGill, The Chapman Family, Times Red, Nick Gardner, Dodgy, Screaming Maldini, MC Lars, Two Spot Gobi, The Moons, Mistys Big Adventure, Rubylux, To Kill A King, Mike Hough, Eleanor McEvoy, Imperial Leisure, Mark Morriss and many more grace its stage.

Glasswerk also publish several online magazines and entertainment portals. – Music Magazine – Tour News and Ticket comparison site – Film and Entertainment Magazine