Edinburgh's Hogmanay flagship 'Concert in the Gardens' is for 10,000 people and celebrates the incoming new year and takes place on New Year's Eve, Tuesday 31st December 2019 in West Princes Street Gardens, with satellite events including fireworks, a street party, torchlight procession, Loony Dook swim in Rive Forth, candlelit concert, and more.
expect the following events:-
Mon 30th Dec:
Torchlight procession (around £3)
Tue 31st Dec:
Concert in the Gardens with Mark Ronson (£80).
Street Party hosted by Johnnie Walker (£30).
Candlelit Concert (around £19.50).
Ceilidh under the Castle (around £60).
Bairns Afore (from around £10).
Wed 1st Jan:
Loony Dook - a charity dip in the Forth at South Queensferry. (around £12)
Mark Ronson. There's more to be announced.
Tickets are on sale for the Street Party.
Anyone under 16yrs must be accompanied by an adult over 21yrs of age. If attending with children (16 and under) please access the event via the King's Stables road gate.
Whilst there is no age restriction for the Concert in the Gardens, it's not recommended for children under 12 years old. Strictly no buggies at the event. Not recommended for Babes in arms.
Alcohol CANNOT be brought into the Concert in the Gardens arena.
More information will be here when available.
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