Whether you're simply visiting the city, or a true Glaswegian, you won't fail to be caught up in the magic of Scotland's premier music venue, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, as it proudly looks down Buchanan Street over the city.
Come in and enjoy a range of quality music – from classical to folk, world, country, rock and pop. There really is something for everyone in the venue's appealing programme of events!
The prestigious venue has a whole range of exciting spaces for every occasion and the 2,475 seat auditorium has played host to many amazing cultural events.
10/10/17 / 19:30
Three amazing 80s acts in one gig
13/10/17 / 19:30
Joss Stone has announced an October UK tour, performing songs from her repertoire of hits, as well as songs by the...
02/11/17 / 19:30
Multi-platinum international music sensation and 2017 Grammy® Nominee Celtic Woman, returns with their all-new tou...
Selected reviews for this venue:
Big Stu Baws, 20/05/13
Royal Concert Hall is a bit more defined than the good old SECC. Accoustics are fabulous. Venue is clean, warm and smells great.
OMD (20/05/13) - Absolute Magic
One of the best concerts I have been to for years. The guys were brilliant and havent lost their touch over 30 years or more!!!!
It was great to hear the classics again like Enola Gay, Souvenir, Joan of Arc and my personal favourite, Forever Live and Die. The guys really looked like they were enjoying themselves as much as the crowd were and really made you feel part of the show.
Andy still can't dance but tries so hard, his voice sounds just the same today as it did back then. Paul Humphery brought a tear to my eye with Forever!!!!
Best concert for years. Quite simply the guys did what it said on the label. Great night, would go back and see them any day.
Address: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
2 Sauchiehall Street,
Queen Street Station is a three-minute walk from the venue and Central Station is ten minutes away.
For information on rail travel within the UK, National Rail is the official source for all rail information, UK train times and timetables.
Buchanan Street Bus Station is directly across the road from the Killermont Street entrance to the venue. This hub is used by both local buses and national coach companies, and can provide you with up to date details on bus schedules, routes and ticket prices.
For more information contact Travel Line Scotland or Buchanan Street Bus Station.
The nearest subway station is Buchanan Street, which is approximately a three-minute walk from the venue.
On the M8 motorway, take junction 16 (Aberfoyle/George Square turn off). Follow the signs for Buchanan Galleries Shopping Centre, where parking is available at a reduced rate if you show your concert ticket at the Car Park Control Room.
All our auditoriums are fully accessible to those with mobility difficulties and wheelchair spaces are available. Access to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is via the north entrance at Killermont Street and all entrances at City Halls and the Old Fruitmarket are at ground level.
There are lifts to access all levels in both buildings. These are fitted with a voice announcement system and braille. If you prefer not to have to encounter any stairs on the way to your seat, please advise our box office when booking.
Wheelchairs are available on request for use during your visit to Glasgow's Concert Halls and these can be pre-booked via the box office. Wheelchair accessible toilets are also available on a variety of levels in both our venues with easy access.
There are wheelchair accessible public telephones in the foyers at both the north and south entrances to the Concert Hall.
If you are visiting Glasgow Royal Concert Hall then disabled car parking spaces are available at the Concert Square multi-storey car park, situated opposite the Concert Hall and at the Buchanan Galleries' Car Park adjacent to our building. There is also a patron drop off point at the Killermont Street entrance.
At City Halls and the Old Fruitmarket, disabled spaces are available at Q-Park on Albion Street and the NCP on Glassford Street.
Our Concert Halls are fitted with Sennheiser infrared assisted hearing systems which are specially designed for use in large auditoria.
It can be used as a stand-alone hearing enhancement, or as an addition to an existing hearing aid. Headsets are available from the cloakroom for a £5 refundable deposit and can be pre-booked via the box office.
Both of our box offices, the gift shop and our café bar at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall and Bazaar bar at City Halls all utilise the induction loop hearing system for audio enhancement of one-to-one conversations.
Our What's On Guide to Glasgow's Concert Halls is available in a variety of different formats to suit your needs - large print, braille, and on tape or CD. Please call our box office on 0141 353 8000 to request your copy. Our talking guide is also available to download.
You are welcome to bring your guide dog along to performances at our Concert Halls. However, please let the box office know when you are booking your ticket, so that we can try and seat you in an area that is comfortable for both you and your dog.
If you require any further information regarding accessibility then please do not hesitate to contact a member of our friendly box office and information team who will be happy to help on 0141 353 8000.