Money from Double Trouble will go towards the Cure Claire’s Cancer campaign.
Police believe it was attacked sometime late on Tuesday evening this week (February 12).
The event is designed for party-goers craving a new and clean experience, where cocktails are swapped for coffee and porridge.
A list containing nearly 60 venues has been circulated by Labour councillors in recent days.
A tweet from the store read: “We’re extremely delighted to reveal that our @FoppByresRpad store will reopen tomorrow, pop in and say hi.”
The store at 358 Byres Road shut with immediate effect on Tuesday with the loss of six jobs.
Tributes have been paid to the staff at the Byres Road store.
The blue Volkswagen Polo car, which was fitted with a distinctive roof rack, was seen in the area of Kenny Reilly’s home in Maryhill Road.
As part of the plans, licence variations are being sought to enable families with children to use The Thornwood too.
The bands are on sale for £2 at the Byres Road shop this weekend.