Scotland is world famous for its Hogmanay celebrations, so where better to celebrate than Glasgow? Bring in the New Year with your family and friends at one of our top locations.
Hogmanay Hootenanny at the National Piping Centre
Scotland is world famous for its Hogmanay celebrations, so where better in Glasgow to be than in the company of family and friends, bringing in the New Year at The National Piping Centre.
This year, it has 2 types of ticket, Dinner and Ceilidh and Ceilidh Only.
For diners, you will be welcomed to The Pipers' Tryst Restaurant with sparkling wine and 'wee' drams followed by a sumptuous 3 course banquet menu
Then you will repair to our Auditorium, to be joined by the rest of the Ceilidh-ers for a spectacular evening of Scottish ceilidh and disco until the wee hours!
The dress code is kilts and pearls... so get glammed up and get your dancin' shoes on!
House for an Art Lover
The annual Hogmanay celebrations kick off with bubbles and canapés at 7pm followed by a sumptuous 3 course meal and accompanying wine in the atmospheric Mackintosh Suite. The lively ceilidh band will then get you on the floor for a dance before bringing in the bells at midnight with the sounds of a lone piper, with time for a few more dances!
Merchant Square Hogmanay Party
Located in the heart of the bustling Merchant City, just minutes away from George Square and the Style Mile shopping district, sits Merchant Square – a stylish hub of independent bars and restaurants all under one roof.
Dating back to the 1800s, Merchant Square is housed in part of Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket in the heart of the historic Merchant City.
Once a merchant’s market, the indoor venue is now a stylish and sophisticated destination for eating, drinking and entertainment. Each year, Merchant Square hosts a Hogmanay party. This year's line up includes DJ Colin McCardle who will host the event with performances by French Fling Showgirls; The House Band and Brother Man. The famous Merchant Square balloon drop at midnight will bring in the New Year.