City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

Edinburgh's Hogmanay


Sold Out Edinburgh's Hogmanay Festival Welcomes In 2017

Unique Events, who have produced Edinburgh’s Hogmanay for 24 years for the City of Edinburgh Council, said early this morning that the event had been a “major

Ticketed Torchlight Procession Opens Edinburgh's Hogmanay 2016/2017

A “river of fire” flanked by lines of shimmering camera phones, many on selfie sticks, marked the start of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay last night.

Multiple Versions of Auld Lang Syne

To get you in the mood for tonight's Hogmanay festivities, wherever you are, here are twenty versions of Auld

Tickets Available For Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party and Torchlight Procession

Edinburgh's Hogmanay Torchlight Procession

Tickets are still available for two of the main events at Edinburgh’s three-day Hogmanay celebration - the Street Party and the

Stoats Loony Dook

Loony Dook

The Loony Dook takes place on the first day of each new year.

Afore the Bells: Hogmanay at the Queen's Hall

Queen's Hall's traditional Scottish Hogmanay party which includes a ceilidh dance with champagne, whisky, and food.

2nd January Bank Holiday

One of two Scottish Bank Holidays that are observed at the beginning of January.

Further info about Scottish Bank holidays

Sprogmanay

Sprogmanay - as the name suggests - is 3 separate days of kids' activities at the Museum of Scotland over the Edinburgh's Hogmanay Festival.

Hogmanay Family Ceilidh

Hogmanay Family Ceilidh

This is one for all the family in the large open space of the National Museum of Scotland's main hall.

Hogmanay Ceilidh (Lauriston Hall)

Two Hogmanay Ceilidhs providing a whirling, birling way to see in the New Year with caller Ken Gourlay, Willie Fraser ceilidh band & piper.

Soft drinks £1, alcohol £3.