Edinburgh's Hogmanay

If you intend to travel by train over Christmas or Hogmanay now is a good time to start thinking about your

Scottish indie rockers Primal Scream will headline this year's Hogmanay Concert in the Gardens on 31st December 2011.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay is teaming up with the Fringe Office this year to sell tickets for the New Year festivities. Tickets can be bought in person at the Fringe Office, telephone, or online from 9am on 1st September (see buying Edinburgh's Hogmanay tickets).

Edinburgh's Festivals will share £2 million from the Scottish Government to showcase Scottish cultural and creative talent.

An estimated 80,000 people descended upon the City Centre for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebration last night.

Good news for those hitting the street to celebrate Hogmanay tonight: Edinburgh is expected to be dry and not too windy.

Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations were launched tonight - a day later than in previous years - with a spectacular Torchlight Procession through the centre of Edinburgh's Old Town.

Tickets for two of the main events at Edinburgh's Hogmanay are now sold out: Concert in the Gardens on 31 December, headlined by Biffy Clyro with special guests The Charlatans and Billy Bragg, and tickets for the Keilidh, also on 31 December.

Edinburgh's Hogmanay organisers this morning unveiled the remaining details of the New Year's festival programme. The Winter Festival takes place from Thursday 30 December 2010 to New Year's Day 2011, with a rugby match on the 2nd January.

A New Year’s Day evening concert for One Day, curated and headlined by Edinburgh-born singer songwriter KT Tunstall.