Late night bar at The Pipers’ Tryst during Celtic Connections 2024

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If you are out late during Celtic Connections and wish to prolong your evening with drinks, or perhaps find space for a few session tunes, take yourself and your instruments and head to The Pipers’ Tryst, McPhater Street, Glasgow. The Piper’s Tryst bar at The National Piping Centre is open till 2am from Saturday, January 20 till Saturday, February 3 – apart from this Sunday, January 21.

The Pipers’ Tryst restaurant can be booked here for dinner and drinks before your Celtic Connections concert. Please see below for the food service times. These times may be subject to late change, so if you plan to visit without a booking, please call 0141 353 5551 to check availability.

DayOpening Times
MondayBreakfast 8am – 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 8pm (last orders 7.30pm)
TuesdayBreakfast 8am – 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 8pm (last orders 7.30pm)
WednesdayBreakfast – 8am 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 8pm (last orders 7.30pm)
ThursdayBreakfast – 8am 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 8pm (last orders 7.30pm)
FridayBreakfast 8am – 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 9pm (last orders 8.30pm)
SaturdayBreakfast 8am – 11.30am*, Lunch 12pm – 2.30pm, Dinner 5pm – 9pm (last orders 8.30pm)      
SundayClosed – Hotel Guest Breakfast service only
* Hotel Residents breakfast from 08.00 – 10.00

Over the course of the next two weeks, 1200 artists will perform at over 300 events, lighting up 25 venues across the city with world-class performances and exclusive collaborations for what is the biggest winter music festival of its kind in Europe.

The National Piping Centre will play host to nine concerts as well as offering seven Come and Try the Bagpipes workshops on selected dates across the festival.

There are more than 20 concerts featuring bagpipes, or bagpipe-related music, and they have all been listed on the Bagpipe.News Event Calendar here.