Hogmanay New Year's Eve 2017 in Glasgow
Wondering where to celebrate Hogmanay this year? Glasgow's thriving clubs, pubs and bars are always on top form come New Year's Eve, and it's really no surprise that people flock from around Scotland and the UK to experience the atmosphere for themselves. From chic cocktail haunts to riotous basement nightclubs, fun-loving bars to stomping house party vibes - here's a few of our recommended places to spend New Year's Eve in Glasgow this year.
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Last updated on 20th October 2017
It’s been another huge year for the legendary Sub Club, and you just know it’s going to go off for their New Year’s Eve celebrations. Still one of the most popular clubbing destinations in the UK, the crowds will flock to Jamaica Street come December 31st for a Hogmanay blowout featuring big name DJs like Gerd Janson and Jackmaster.
Hillhead Bookclub is welcoming in 2018 in their usual party style. The quirky venue is throwing a massive bash, all soundtracked by HUSH and Bossy Love DJs.
Friday Street at Blackfriars are keeping things stylish and fun this Hogmanay in Glasgow as they throw a huge mod party to celebrate 2018.
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 2018 as you mean to go on.
Give your Glasgow Hogmanay 2017 a White Isle makeover with this party at The Social and Shimmy Club. The nightlife spot is playing host to resident DJs from Cafe Mambo along with their own favourite resident artists.
Speakeasy is being gripped by a fever, a Midnight Glory fever as they host a roaring NYE party in Glasgow. Along with resident DJs spinning the best chart toppers, there will be popular drag acts and heaps of fun.
Party like it's your final night at Voltage Rawgmany brings the biggest, heaviest and hottest hard-style and hardcore DJs to Glasgow.
Hogmanay New Year is around again and Waxy O’Connor are delivering one hell of a send-off. Expect live music from top rock bands, a welcome drink, late night buffet, air guitar competition and all the chaos you could expect.
Experience all the glitz and glamour of the ball this Hogmanay at this city centre gala event. Featuring, champagne, four-course dinner and live music til the wee small hours, £5 from every ticket sold will be donated to the charity Deafblind Scotland.
For only £6, you could spend the night partying to the best old school anthems and party tunes as Victoria host their annual NYE bash.
The Polo Lounge are keeping you up until 4am with this huge NYE party. The Merchant City spot are picking up the tempo for a night of DJs and dancing in their intimate and fun-time club.
Club Noir are saying goodbye forever and they're doing in absolutely massive style. Head to O2 ABC to see burlesque stars, cabaret acts and take part in a bash full of sparkle and shine.
Ashton Lane is once again shutting the street for a massive street party. Wrap up warm and celebrate Hogmany in Glasgow with street traders, live music and cocktail stalls at this community vibe party.
Want the VIP treatment without having to spend big this Hogmanay? Silly question, really. Revolution is where you need to be, welcoming a crowd that’s ready to party long into the night for shots, bottles of bubbly and buckets of beer in the heart of the city centre. Expect an unrivalled range of vodka cocktails as well as table and drinks packages that you can book in advance!
It's always party night at Kushion club but for New Year's Eve the spot is going all out. Dance until 4am, drink their delicious cocktails and have a ball, all for only £8 entry.
New Year’s Eve in Glasgow isn’t just about rowdy all-nighters, though. In the super elusive and downright stylish Panther Milk Bar, there’s a secret escape offering signature Leche de Pantera cocktails and stylish vibes to those in the know. Follow the neon signage in Tabac through the fire exit and into this hush-hush drinking den for an exclusive Hogamanay experience with a twist.
Flat 0/1 would be difficult to find if it wasn’t for the vibrations that come reverberating through its walls and along Bath Street. A place known for turning “council tax letter into paper aeroplanes and eviction letters into roach” forget any pretension or stuffy attitudes; this place is about cranking up the volume and hosting a house party of wall-to-wall debauchery this NYE.