Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 2 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G2 3NY (top of Buchanan/Sauchiehall St)
Main Event entrance
Killermont Street (Directly across from Buchanan Bus Station)
Royal Concert hall
Glasgow Royal Concert hall is an iconic building, ideally located at the junction of Buchanan Street and Sauchiehall Street. It has played host to many amazing cultural events since it was first built in 1990 for Glasgow’s reign as European City of Culture.
The Royal Concert Hall has a diverse range of spaces available for every occasion, and will accommodate a wide variety of panels and events as well as a fantastic dealer’s room. We hope that you will find it to be the perfect location for Rai-Con.
As well as the multiple event spaces, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall also boasts a great exhibition space & gift shop, a delicious menu in its own Café Bar and Free wifi access throughout the building.
The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is also facilitated by fantastic transport links; just minutes away from both Glasgow Central and Queen Street Train Stations, and directly across from the Buchanan Bus station.
On the M8 motorway, take junction 16 (Aberfoyle/George Square turn off). Follow the signs for Buchanan Galleries Shopping Centre. Parking is available at various locations near the event, though prices may vary.
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.
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, including train times and timetables, go to http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
The nearest subway station is Buchanan Street, which is approximately a three-minute walk from the venue.
Public bicycle parking is available on Sauchiehall Street near the main entrance to the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.