Glasgow's Concert Halls can offer concert promoters a wide range of venues from which to choose, allowing you to select the best venue for your performance needs. From the symphonic proportions of the Main Auditorium at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, to the intimate Recital Room at City Halls, concerts really are our speciality.
Our events team will be there to help you every step of the way, from booking your concert into the most appropriate venue to making sure everything runs smoothly on the day. Our stage department will be on-hand with expert sound and lighting rigs, and I.T. facilities can be arranged for your production office. Marketing support for your concert comes as standard, with a free entry in our What's On guide which is mailed to 10,000+ patrons and a dedicated page on our website for your concert.
Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall was built in 1990 for Glasgow's reign as European City of Culture, and sits in an iconic position right in the heart of the city's bustling shopping district.
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall has two main concert performance spaces; the Main Auditorium and the Strathclyde Suite.
City Halls lies right in the heart of the Merchant City. Known as Glasgow's Centre for Music, City Halls has been described as "a bustling multi-purpose centre for an astonishing range of musical activity… a jewel of a venue" (Michael Tumelty, The Herald)
City Halls has two main performance spaces; the Grand Hall and the Recital Room.
Located next door to City Halls, in the heart of the Merchant City, the Old Fruitmarket is possibly one of the most loved "gig" spaces in Glasgow. The charms of this converted Fruitmarket are abundant, with its lofty vaulted roof, cast iron columns and balcony, and of course the original traders' signs, which all combine to give the Old Fruitmarket its truly unique atmosphere.