Edinburgh's Hogmanay

It takes a certain kind of nuttiness to want to take a splash in the icy Firth of Forth on New Year's Day. But up until now at least you weren't charged for it. For the first time, on New Year's Day revellers will be charged a £6 fee for the privilege of joining in the Loony Dook.

A evening of Scottish entertainment and traditional music to get you in the mood for Hogmanay.

Scotland will play host to over 60 events from St Andrew's Day (30 November), Hogmanay, which in Edinburgh sees a four-da

While crowds gather to see in the New Year down at Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party, the Queen's Hall will be celebrating with a traditional cei

Organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2010/11 announced today the launch of ‘Hog the Stage’, a new battle of the bands competition which will

Organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2010/11 announced today that Scottish rock band Biffy Clyro will headline the

There's still six months to go until the new year but organisers of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Street Party 2010-11 are about to release a batch of Early Bird tickets.

Tickets to Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party are set to increase to £15 this year, after Hogmanay celebrations went £250,000 over budget last year.

Madness. Madness, they call it, madness.They’re right. Princes Street at New Year is beyond madness, it is insanity.

Temperatures plummeted, as forecast, but early reports suggest that Edinburgh's Hogmanay Street Party was a big success.