Rock 'n' Roll Bars in Glasgow
Rock 'n' Roll bars in Glasgow, fun havens of great music where Elvis, The Rolling Stones and Oasis roam free. Dive bars, rock bars and restaurant bars, with a special place for rock 'n' roll in the music policy. If you're looking for a fun party bar, or a chilled out crash pad, or if you don't care where you are as long as there's hefty doses of rock music pumping in overhead, then you've come to the right place, check out our guide to rock 'n' roll bars in Glasgow.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
If you're looking for a rock 'n' roll bar in Glasgow, Rufus T Firefly is a bar where the music just won't quit. A go-to for Glasgow rockers, this fun City Centre bar is fun hangout for those who like their guitar, heavy, their drums, strong, and their bass, slapped into next week. A cool and quirky rock bar in Glasgow.
Maggie Mays is a fun restaurant bar meets music venue, where rock 'n' roll is always on the menu. This late night bar in Merchant City is always churning out classics and new sounds as well as nightly doses of live music. As the go-to after-hours haunt for giggers in Glasgow, this is one fun rock 'n' roll bar in the city.
King Tut's is the spiritual home of rock 'n' roll in Glasgow. Many modern greats have played this place from Oasis to Radiohead. If you're looking to catch the next big thing or you simply want to soak up the atmosphere at one of the UK's most renowned venues, then King Tut's the a must-see on the Hall of Fame trail of Glasgow.
Blackfriars is where many niche musos in Glasgow call home. This fun beer bar in Merchant City, doubles up as not just an ale haven but a dance den for mods, rockers and ska heads too. With fun gigs and club nights with all sorts of retro rock 'n' roll, if you're looking to hear some classics, or school yourself in old school rock 'n' roll.
Brunswick Cellars is a laid back joint for rock 'n' roll in Glasgow. A casual rock bar with chilled vibes head down to this Sauchiehall Street basement for smooth grooves and one of the friendliest rock crowds in Glasgow.