Ashton Lane Street Party is back for another corking year as the event turns an entire street into a party haven. From live music and pipers through to ceilidhs and street performers, this evening is fun for everyone.
Best Hogmanay Parties in Glasgow 2018
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 the city's bars, pubs and clubs? See out the year in style, with chic cocktail bars, raging nightclubs, fun bar bashes or stomping parties. With so much to choose from on Hogmanay, watch this space for the very best ideas for ringing in 2019.
Alternatively, why not check out our complete guide to Hogmanay 2018 in Glasgow?
With Waxy's Hogmanay Rock Lock-In stepping into its 10th year, you know that it's going to be a big one. Get your hands on welcome drinks and a late night buffet, before air guitar competitions, live DJs and a whole load of treats make their way through the night.
With three-course festive menus, vegan specials and bespoke buffets alongside the usual drinks and some sparkly new additions, All Bar One is looking like a shiny spot for New Year's Eve in Glasgow's city centre. With December 31st being the last day to tuck into their fabulous spread, it just makes sense to head here.
Make it a night to remember and step into 2019 in style. Not only is the swanky Hilton putting on a four-course spread with drinks and drams, but there's also DJs, entertainment and live music from contemporary pipe bands including Clann An Drumma, The White Band and infamous The Red Hot Chilli Pipers.
With a roster of special guests taking to the decks alongside The Black Madonna and Optimo, there's only one place to be if it's a serious party that you're after. Taking you deep into the early hours, this is one for all the electronic and house lovers out there.
Make yours a super stylish start to 2019, with a glamorous ball at the Marriott. With a sparkling wine reception, four-course meal and drinks, you'll be more than ready to take to the floor as a ceilidh band, DJ and disco keep the party pumping until 2am. You can even stay the night, with a full Scottish buffet breakfast in the morning to nurse your sore head.
With a gorgeous evening of food set to the tunes of Scottish ceilidh and Celtic song, The National Piping Centre is a top choice for Hogmanay in Glasgow. Tuck into traditional Scottish canapes, washed down with sparkling wine and wee drams followed by a three-course menu with tea, coffee and artisan chocolates.
From blues to ska and soul, this NYE party is bringing back Mod in a big way. Join Friday Street as they welcome DJs Mikey Collins, Paul Molloy and Craig Reece to spin the night away. With tickets from only £8.50, this Hogmanay party should be on your list.
If you're after something a little laid-back, then head to Pie & Brew for a chilled out Hogmanay celebration. Not only are tickets only £10, but you can expect live music from Mark Morriss, Sean McGarvey and more alongside a dram of whisky and a haggis and black pudding pie at midnight.
Calling all house music lovers: The Social and The Shimmy Club have teamed up with Ibiza's popular Cafe Mambo to bring you a night dedicated to the very best in house, from old to new. Prepare for a NYE party, White Isle style.
If it's music you're after, then The Glasgow Royal Concert Hall is your place. Experience the sweet sounds of the Scottish Concert Orchestra as they perform an stunning evening of music filled with a lineup of musicians. This is an ideal way way to welcome the new year.
Lads; don your finest tartan or ties and ladies; grab your favourite frock because this ball is calling your name. Back for another year of frivolity and fun, The Polo Lounge's annual event is all about the cocktails, music and entertainment.
This Bath Street gem keeps the party going all year long, with bustling club nights almost every night of the week. We trust 'em, when it comes to nights out and Hogmanay is no exception.
With a calendar jam-packed with festive events and soirees, Arta is a worthy choice for fun nights out this winter. Spread over three floors, you're in for a treat; there's live ceilidh, DJs and the infamous petal drop at the bells.
If you're still looking for something to do this Hogmanay, Oran Mor has something special going on in the Main Bar, Club O and The Brasserie. Entry costs only £16 and gives you access to the stunning venue, its various rooms and a gorgeous menu of festive food and drinks.