Edinburgh’s Usher Hall is one of the Scottish capitals most loved and iconic music venues hosting everything from classical shows to rock concerts and ballets.
Located in the heart of the city it is an easy walk to the major train stations and bus stations (let’s not mention the trams) and is easily accessible by car.
As you might expect from one of the most respected venues in Scotland’s capital it has welcomed some impressive guests over the years including The Rolling Stones, Ella Fitzgerald and most recently The Charlatans. With a 2200 capacity it has had plenty of happy punters over the years too.
Edinburgh is always top of the list for tourism in Scotland thanks to the Tattoo and Edinburgh Festival and there are a number of great options in regards to accommodation from low budget hostels to 5 star luxury hotels. For more information on one of the best options as well as information on sights and attractions visit http://edinburgh.frasershospitality.com/.
Edinburgh is ideally situated to make the most of Scotland as it is just an hours drive away from Glasgow and a similar distance from the breath taking Loch Lomond.
If you are going to concert at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall it might be worth making a trip out of it with so much to see and do in the nations capital.
The Usher Hall is found at Lothian Rd, Edinburgh EH1 2EA in the city centre. The area is home to many wonderfully different types of cuisine. We recommend visiting the local Nandos nearby, which was recently refurbished by the locally bespoke Allstar Joinery.