Glasgow's Best Jukebox Pubs

Jukeboxes may not be as popular as they were in the 50s, but there are a few pubs in Glasgow dedicated to keeping these little music machines alive. You might not have noticed that these places even had a jukebox, but we're here to educate you on the best jukebox pubs in Glasgow. Now go play DJ and put on all your favourite tunes - just make sure they're good ones though, you do have a whole pub of people to impress here! 

Sorry, the places listed below don't have online bookings available, but we hope you still find this list useful for your night out!

Nice 'N' Sleazy

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Nice 'n' Sleazy is one of Glasgow's finest alternative music pubs, so it seems only right that their jukebox reflects this. Like 13th Note's jukebox, Sleazy's jukebox caters to all kinds of music tastes with a seemingly endless selection of CDs, so you're guaranteed to find something you'll enjoy. This jukebox pub in Glasgow is the perfect antidote to the loud and bright nightclubs that are found around this end of Sauchiehall Street. 

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

1 user review 4

King Tut's is already known for being one of Glasgow's most famous music venues, so it seems only natural that they have a jukebox to provide the music when there's not a gig going on. The jukebox can be found tucked away at the end of the bar, full of classic and modern albums from LCD Soundsystem to David Bowie. Head down here when it's less busy during the day and check out this popular jukebox pub in Glasgow.

13th Note

1 user review 4

13th Note is known for a few things - being one of the city's top music venues, being a vegan-friendly café and finally, being one of the best jukebox pubs in Glasgow. Their jukebox is full of CDs that are changed every couple of weeks (no fancy touchscreen MP3 technology here), with £1 buying you five songs. It's been part of 13th Note for over ten years and covers a wide variety of genres, from hip-hop to punk to metal to folk, this jukebox has it all.