See National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in Edinburgh on Sunday, April 2

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Join the National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland tomorrow, April 2, 2023, at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh to celebrate their 20th anniversary. The concert will feature special guests Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton.

Tickets are on sale here with a 20% discount using this code – BPNEWS20 https://www.usherhall.co.uk/whats-on/national-youth-pipe-band-scotland-20-years-young

Tickets Full Price £16.50 • Senior Citizens | Student | Disabled | Unwaged £12.10 • Under 26’s £5.50

Below we look back through the NYPBS photo archive, going back to 2009 and up to the most recent concert at Celtic Connections 2023. All Photos: JohnSlavin@designfolk.com/Bagpipe.news

•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Usher Hall in 2009.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Usher Hall in 2009.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Usher Hall in 2009.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Usher Hall in 2009.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in Perth in 2010.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in Perth in 2010.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in Perth in 2010.
•Pipe Major Emma Buchan of The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Glasgow Fruitmarket in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Glasgow Fruitmarket in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Glasgow Fruitmarket in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Glasgow Fruitmarket in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at Celtic Connections in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in Celtic Connections in 2011.
•The development band of the NYPBS in the Strathclyde Suite in 2011.
•Steven Shedden and Scott Wood of the NYPBS in the Strathclyde Suite in 2011.
•The development band of the NYPBS in the Strathclyde Suite in 2011.
•The development band of the NYPBS in the Strathclyde Suite in 2011.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the SEC Armadillo, Glasgow in 2012.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the SEC Armadillo, Glasgow in 2012.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the SEC Armadillo, Glasgow in 2012.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Merchant City, as part of SportsRelief Glasgow in 2012.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland as part of SportsRelief Glasgow in 2012.
•The development band of the NYPBS in the Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh in 2014.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh in 2014.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland in the Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh in 2014.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Thunderstruck concert at Perth Concert Hall in 2017.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Thunderstruck concert at Perth Concert Hall in 2017.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Inspire concert at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2018.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Inspire concert at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2018.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at the Inspire concert in 2018, with NYPBS Director Alisdair McLaren addressing the audience.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Inspire concert at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2018.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Made In Scotland in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in 2019.
•The development band of the NYPBS in the Made In Scotland in Glasgow Royal Concert Hall in 2019.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Decade concert at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2020.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland perform the Decade concert at the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2020.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at the Decade concert in the Corn Exchange, Edinburgh in 2020.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at Celtic Connections 2023.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at Celtic Connections 2023.
•The National Youth Pipe Band of Scotland at Celtic Connections 2023, performing with Pipe Major Ian Duncan and the pipers and musicians in the Names and Places concert.