At Music for Scotland, wedding bands are our speciality. If you need to hire a band for your wedding event, take a look at our collection of live performers. Whatever your wedding plans are, Music For Scotland has the right mix of talented musicians and experienced live performers ready to take the stage on your big day.

Our Scottish wedding bands cater for all styles of music including rock & pop, jazz & blues, ceilidhs, and classical. Our rock & pop bands will play all your favourite hits from the 60s to present day, while a jazz or blues band is perfect for a cocktail reception. Alternatively you can book a ceilidh band for traditional Scottish weddings or a classical ensemble for church weddings or wedding receptions.

Generating the perfect mood for your wedding reception is essential. The band that you select sets the atmosphere throughout your wedding party and sets the mood all through your evening celebrations. Determining which songs really needs to be performed at your wedding ceremony and whether or not it could be played out by a wedding band, ceilidh band or DJ is among the most critical decisions you have to make whenever organising your special day. If you make the right selection, your wedding event is going to be loved and remembered by everyone.

Music for Scotland will assist you to select the right live entertainment for your wedding and reception since we employ a wide variety of top notch live bands and artists to pick from. Finding a wedding band in Scotland can't be simpler, all you have to do is look through our comprehensive selection of live bands and performers, choose the bands that you prefer on to your shortlist after which you can send us your enquiry right through to our team. Our enquiries staff are able to verify availability and expense of the bands and artists you have picked out and reply to you within one day.

Our bands travel to weddings in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness and all across Scotland. Browse the website and take a look at some of our wedding bands in Scotland.