Make sure you call an experienced, professional bagpiper (See Video Of A Bad Wedding Day) in our Bagpiper Directory near the event location. If you don't see a piper in the state/area you are looking, please look at nearby states.

Bagpipers with Paid Ads

Pipers that have the larger, enhanced ads pay for the advertisement on our website. Most pipers have been advertising with us for over 10 years. We never allow a piper to remain on our website (free or paid listings) that receives any negative reviews or complaints.

Review Process

Since we do not audition any of the pipers listed on our website, most pipers are known to us through their pipe band affiliations, the professional competition status and by the length of time that have been on our website (free or paid ads) without complaint.

Things to consider: Does the Piper have ?

  • Paid Listing
  • A Professional website
  • Email Address
  • Phone Number(s)
  • Photos
  • Music Samples
  • Band Affilations
  • Competition History
  • Years of Experience
  • Referrals
  • Videos
  • History of Past Events

Request a Phone Audition !

The easiest thing to do is to hear the piper play over the phone. Have the piper play a few tunes on the pipes or the practice chanter to get a sense of the playing proficiency on the instrument.