Glasgow Hogmanay Cancelled
Glasgow's Hogmanay Street Party, George Square, 8.30pm-1.30am.
The famous rivalry between Scotland's two biggest cities continues where Hogmanay is concerned too. Scotland's largest city has the second biggest Hogmanay celebration in Scotland (after Edinburgh) with tens of thousands of revellers taking to the streets and Glasgow's jumping club scene.
The main venue in Glasgow on Hogmanay night is George Square (pictured) with some classic local acts taking to the stage in the run up to the New Year.
Topping the bill are the Fratellis, Sandi Thom, Dundee band The View, with Donnie Munroe of Runrig fame and the Strathclyde Police Pipe Band leading the "Midnight Moment," with fireworks above George Square.
They are joined by MC Radio Clyde 1's Suzie McGuire and DJ Tam Coyle, street performers Mischief la Bas, who will be mingling with the crowd.
Tickets will be released on SATURDAY 12TH NOVEMBER AT 10AM
Tickets cost £5 each (based on a maximum of 4 per household)
By Phone on Glasgow's Hogmanay Ticket Hotline - 0870 333 6205
Virgin Megastores - Argyle Street and Buchanan Street and all Ticketmaster centres.
Tickets for Glasgow's Hogmanay 2006 must not be resold to any other person including via any on-line auction house either as a single item or as part of a package.
First will once again be running a special Hogmanay bus service. Normal bus services into the city centre will run until 2100 hours (approx) with special return Hogmanay services departing frequently from Buchanan Street Bus Station between midnight and 4.00am (after 4.00am First's 24 hour Overground services will continue to operate as normal).
First Hogmanay bus tickets are priced at £6 return.
Tickets must be bought in advance as they will NOT be available from the driver on the night. Tickets can be purchased from McColl's and all independent First Card retailers. For further information call First Customer Services on 0141 423 6600 or visit FirstGroup Buses.
For more information visit Glasgow's Hogmanay web site.
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