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30th Anniversary Concert September 14th, 4pm!! Doors open at 3pm. Click below to purchase tickets now.

Come celebrate our 30th anniversary with us at Collins Auditorium, Lipscomb University on Sunday September 14th. 
Guest performances include:
Scottish Folk music by "Barrenhart"
"Wilson Central High School Choir"
and highland dancing by the "Glengarry Highland Dancers" under the direction of Judy Hackett.
An event you won't want to miss with something for everybody!
Fun for all ages!

About Us
The Nashville Pipes and Drums is a family-friendly, non-profit community organization established to preserve and promote the sound of the Great Highland bagpipes and Scottish drums. We have members of all ages and provide a local basis for people interested in learning and being a part of a group that embraces the music of their Scottish heritage. 

We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization available for events within the Middle TN region. We are sanctioned by theEastern United States Pipe Band Association, actively competing in Grade IV competitions throughout the Southeast. Our group has won numerous awards, including the 2000 and 2001 US Open Pipe Band Championships.

With performances for names such as Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith, Nashville Symphony, The Chieftans, and Billy Graham, our group is available to provide quality service for your venue. Whether you are interested in the band or a single performer, we will be glad to assist you.
Monday nights- Beginner lessons (5pm)- Full band rehearsal (6-8pm)-  Woodmont Christian Church, South Hall, 3601 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN

Learn to Play!
The band is always recruiting new members. If you already have playing experience please contact our Pipe Major for a meeting/audition. If you are interested in learning to play bagpipes or Scottish drums, we offer free group lessons and access to quality instructors. Feel free to stop by a rehearsal.

To hire the band for your event, contact:
Band Manager David Goodman: (615) 920-5521

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