Adult Group Concert Tours to Edinburgh

Where the performance venues are as grand as the landscape

Inject some Scottish soul into your concert tour
Suitable for:
  • Choirs
  • Bands
  • Orchestras
From £289pp i

As the cultural heart of Scotland, Edinburgh is a land of castle-topped hills and home to one of the best performing art scenes around, where its performance venues are as grand as the landscape.

You’ll have your pick of sights to see, including Edinburgh Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse and Arthur’s Seat, with the chance to spend the day in Glasgow or Perth. Seek out the Old Town’s tucked-away treasures before toasting with a post-performance whisky in one of the traditionally Scottish pubs.

Accommodation

Popular places to stay in Edinburgh

  • Located in peaceful landscaped grounds adjoining Holyrood Park
  • Within walking distance of the Old Town and the city’s main attractions
  • 18th century building with period features
  • Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant and bar
  • Meeting and event facilities
  • Vending machines for snacks and drinks
  • Luggage storage
  • Wi-Fi
  • Enjoy a delicious meal in the bistro
  • Relax with a coffee and cake in the lounge
  • Go shopping in the Old Town and visit the Royal Mile
  • Enjoy an afternoon of sightseeing in the city centre
  • Centrally located and within walking distance to main attractions
  • Twin and single bed rooms
  • En-suite facilities
  • Meeting and event facilities
  • Wi-Fi
  • Restaurant
  • Meeting and event facilities
  • Vending machines for snacks and drinks
  • Luggage storage
  • Wi-Fi
  • Enjoy a delicious meal in the restaurant
  • Go shopping and sightseeing in the city centre

Performance Venues in Edinburgh

Popular concert venues in Edinburgh

  • Best suited for: Bands and orchestras
  • Repertoire recommended: Light
  • Location: City centre
  • Performance times: On request
  • Best suited for: Bands and orchestras
  • Repertoire recommended: Light
  • Location: City centre
  • Performance times: On request
  • Best suited for: Choirs, bands and orchestras
  • Repertoire recommended: Any
  • Location: Canongate (centre)
  • Performance times: 17.00 or 19.00
  • Best suited for: Choirs, bands and orchestras
  • Repertoire recommended: Any
  • Location: Royal Mile (centre)
  • Performance times: 12.15
  • Best suited for: Choirs
  • Repertoire recommended: Light
  • Location: West of Edinburgh
  • Performance times: 14.00
  • Best suited for: Choirs and bands
  • Repertoire recommended: Light
  • Location: City centre
  • Performance times: Morning or afternoon

Excursions in Edinburgh

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Additional Information

Your journey doesn’t have to end here! See what else we can offer to help you get the most out of your tour. From instrument hire to dedicated Tour Managers, we’ll go above and beyond to support you and your group.

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What our customers say

Ran very smoothly in the centre of a fantastic city!

Miss Stella Harrison

Southampton University Brass Band

FAQs about this tour

Find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

  • What safety support do you have in place for clients choosing to tour with you?

    At Rayburn Tours we are proud of our continual commitment to safety. Clients who tour with us can be assured that we have the following support services and systems in place: Safety Management System, Generic Risk Management, Crisis Management System, ATOL Licensed, ABTA Bonded, insurance, 24-hour emergency contact system, hotel audits, coach audits and activity audits.

    In addition, we are a member of the School Travel Forum (STF), giving you the reassurance that all of our trips meet, or indeed exceed, the safety standards required by your school and Local Authority.

  • Do you DBS (formerly CRB) check your drivers?

    As part of our coach audits, we request that all UK coach drivers are DBS checked by their employer prior to driving on one of our tours. We can request confirmation of your specific driver’s compliance if deemed necessary.

  • What are you responsible for?

    The DfE’s guidance for safe travel highlights the need for all those involved with the organisation and running of a tour to work together as a team. This is our aim at Rayburn Tours, to work together with our party leaders to ensure our groups’ safety and peace of mind.

  • What should be included in my risk assessment?

    Start by identifying the potential hazards before deciding on the appropriate precautions to minimize the potential risk for your group. Once identified, record your findings and implement the precautions. Specific requirements are available from your Local Authority.

Adult Group Concert Tours to Edinburgh

Travel in safe hands

Your safety is of the utmost importance to us and we monitor the safety aspects of all of our tours to ensure you have a memorable experience for all the right reasons.

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