Gigs of Glasgow: 16 of the all-time best bands and musicians who played at the Royal Concert Hall

Many legendary bands and musicians have appeared at the venue at the top of Buchanan Street

Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall first opened its doors in the city centre back in October 1990 with the venue being a replacement for St Andrew’s Hall which was destroyed by fire in the early sixties.

The venue was officially opened by The Princess Royal with the Scottish National Orchestra (now known as The Royal Scottish National Orchestra) giving the first performance at the concert hall.

Glasgow’s very own The Blue Nile were were the first non-classical music act to appear at the venue over 30 years ago with many more notable names taking to the stage.

Here are some of the most famous names to have performed at the venue.

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