Hogmanayday! is part of wider Glasgow Loves Hogmanay celebrations taking place throughout the city between 27 December 2012 to 6 January 2013. Find out more at the official Glasgow Loves Hogmanay website.
Hogmanayday! Monday 31 December 2012, 12noon - 10pm
Bid a fond farewell to 2012 at Hogmanayday!, a traditional celebration with the best in Scottish music, food & drink and family fun before heading home to bring in the bells and welcome 2013.
Drop in to George Square any time between 12noon and 10pm and receive a traditional Scottish welcome with the best in Scottish themed entertainment and activities including Highland Dancing, pipe bands, free performances by top Ceilidh bands and much more...
The fun begins at 12noon with Face Painting and Crafts taking place from until 4pm when our Street Theatre actors will also be entertaining one and all around the square, later in the evening look out for the Kilted Caricaturist from 7pm in the Marquee who will be commemorate your Hogmanayday! in his own inimitable style! And throughout the day and night there’s the best in entertainment and live music…
12.00noon – 12.30pm Storytelling for children
12.50pm - 1.30pm Sgioba Luaidh Inbhirchluaidh (Inverclyde Waulking Group)
1.50pm – 2.20pm Storytelling for children
2.40pm – 3.20pm Drums'n'Roses bring the freshest drum and pipe sounds around to George Square.
4.05pm – 5.35pm Kilter will get the crowd going with a traditional Ceilidh
6.00pm – 6.20pm Williamwood Pipe Band on the big stage
6.30pm – 6.45pm Highland Dancing Display on the big stage
6.55pm – 7.15pm Williamwood Pipe Band on the big stage for a second set
7.25pm – 7.40pm Highland Dancing Display on the big stage
8.30pm – 10pm Skippinish perform traditional Scottish tunes to get you in the spirit for the bells!
Find out more about entertainment throughout Glasgow On Ice here.
Glasgow Loves Hogmanay is part of the wider Winter Festivals programme of events that begins with St Andrew's Day on 30th November and includes Scotland's Hogmanay celebrations on 31st December, culminating with Burns night on 25th January. Find out more about celebrating Scotland's Winter Festivals here.