Hogmanay New Year's Eve 2014 in Glasgow

Scotland is renowned all over the world for its Hogmanay celebrations, so if you're looking for somewhere to spend New Year's Eve this year, why not check out some of the seriously kicking club nights and parties in Glasgow's bars, pubs and clubs? See out the year in style, with chic cocktail bars, raging nightclubs, fun bar bashes or stomping parties. Watch this space as we keep you updated on all you need to know for where to go for Hogmanay in Glasgow -  a full listing will appear in November 2014. 

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King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, Argyle Street Area

Gigs are sometimes the best way to spend your New Year's Eve. You know you'll like the music, you know the crowd are your kind of people, and a ticketed event means, you've no hassle getting in. So what better way to spend your Hogmanay in Glasgow than at King Tut's? Tijuana Bibles and support acts Crash Club and Medicine Men invited you to party into the New Year with them with some truly great music. The event lasts 8:30pm-2am and tickets are £10. 

Drinking and Dancing Nightclub Happily Affordable

@ SWG3, Wednesday 31 December 2014

StreetRave's Warehouse Party

StreetRave are bringing the most exciting and prodigious names in dance and rave music to SWG3 to make your New Year's Eve 2014/2015 absolutely unforgettable! The original and unbeatable rave experts are hosting the likes of N-Joi, K-Klass, Together, Davos, Altern 8, Jon Mancini and Robbie Reid. The party lasts 8:30pm - 3am and Early Bird tickets are available for £20. 


@ O2 Academy, Wednesday 31 December 2014

Club Noir - New Year's Eve

Glamour, giggles and a generous sprinkling of glitter for Hogmany this year. Club Noir's burlesque and acrobatic performance is sure to get some hearts racing before midnight; combining the sultry, the mischievous and the downright astounding to fabulous effect. Tickets are £22.50 and the fun lasts 9pm - 3am. 


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Oran Mor, West End

Oran Mor is an atmospheric place to spend Hogmanay in Glasgow. The West End bar and venue will host a three course dinner and dancing until the wee hours of the New Year, as well as the obligatory bell chorus at midnight (this place used to be a church). There is no doubt that Oran Mor will be a rather special celebration for Hogmanay in Glasgow.

Eating and Drinking Restaurant Bar Happily Affordable

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Mansion House, Merchant City

Mansion House brings the Hogmanay hijinks with one cracking New Year's Eve party in Glasgow. Expect a special guest DJ across seven rooms of fun party vibes - this is set to be one of the most unique and fun events in Glasgow this Hogmanay. Dont miss out on your chance to ring in the new year in a tiki bar, a groovy wonderland and a chic cocktail club, all at once.

Drinking and Dancing Lounge Bar Happily Affordable

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Tellers @ The Corinthian, Merchant City

Head to The Corinthian Club this New Year's in Glasgow for one lavish Hogmanay party. A mixed bag of festivities means whether you're after a banquet, ceilidh, DJ party or a night at the blackjack table, The Corinthian Club will have it all, and then some. With one of the latest licences in the city, start 2015 as you mean to go on.

Chatting and Drinking Restaurant Bar Happily Affordable

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Arta, Merchant City

Arta are going all out for Hogmanay in Glasgow with a lavish festive feast and ceilidh. The Merchant City Med -style venue delivers an opulent three course meal followed by a night of partying across the many rooms of this sprawling bar and restaurant. Definitely a fun one for anyone wanting to party in style this New Year's Eve in Glasgow.

Private party Restaurant Bar Happily Affordable

@ Mansion House, Wednesday 31 December 2014

Hogmanay 2014

If you're looking for an epic New Year's in an epic venue and to have an epic time, then head down to Mansion House for a Hogmanay showdown like no other. Bring in 2015 boogieing down to the music across 6 different bar rooms and tucking into some complimentary haggis, neeps and tatties once the clock strikes 12. It just wouldn't be Hogmanay without the haggis, neeps and tatties now would it? Did we mention this could be epic? 


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