Student ceilidh or 21st birthday party idea? Ceilidh nights are
a great way to celebrate!

Traditionally, ceilidhs are fast moving, high-energy, fever-rich affairs. There's nothing better than meeting up with your friends fellow students and collegues, having a few drinks, and maybe a bite to eat - while jigging and reeling the night away. Ceilidhs are a great way of 'letting off steam', and when you're a student and the stresses of studying start to strain on you - a ceilidh can provide the perfect tonic.


Scotland's Ceilidh Band has a longstanding tradition of playing for students at university and college ceilidh's in central Scotland. Indeed, many of our clients who have attended our student ceilidhs have gone on to hire our band again and again for wedding and corporate ceilidhs - long after their student days have ended. The testimonial provided by Eddie Russell doesn't say that he first hired the band for a student opticians ceilidh a decade ago - since then he and his family have re-hired Scotland's Ceilidh Band on no less than 9 further occasions!

The resurgence in the popularity of ceilidhs over the last 20 years or so in Scotland has been assisted in no small way by the tremendous interest in ceilidhs amongst the student community. The high-energy atmosphere, fun and great dancing at student ceilidh events is much in evidence.

Scotland's Ceilidh Band can provide:

End of term ceilidhs for year groups, 'hall balls', clubs and societies.
Student charity ceilidhs for fundraising for that worthy cause.
Student ceilidh-disco social events.
Breaking the ice ceilidhs are ideal for 'freshers week'.
Graduation and 21st ceilidhs are always in demand.


"We enjoyed ourselves from the moment we arrived - till the last waltz" The band were great and the caller did a magnificent job of including everyone" - J. Smith, Dalry

"I didn't know what to expect as it had been years since I had been to a ceilidh, let alone booked one! However, from the moment I contacted Scotland's Ceilidh Band, I received nothing but helpfulness and reassurance. My daughter's wedding will be remembered for years to come". - A. Harkness, Edinburgh

"We needed to raise money for charity at short notice and didn't know where to start. On the recommendation of one of our members we contacted Scotland's Ceilidh Band, and both the fundraising advice and the event itself surpassed all our expectations - we raised over £1000 on the night." - D. Jeffreys, Glasgow