No matter how you fancy partying this Hogmanay, Ashton Lane Street Party have got the answer. The famous New Year's Eve celebration is back with its good vibes and long list of entertainment, to help you see out 2018 in style.
Something a Little Different for Hogmanay in Glasgow 2018
Let's face it... New Year's Eve can be a bit of a let down sometimes. With packed out venues, jacked up prices and the same old events going down, it can be tempting to forget the stress and just stay in to celebrate Hogmanay this time around. But it doesn't have to be this way. If you're out chasing something a bit different this year, Glasgow is your city for sure. See out the year with a twist and get involved in one of the most unique Hogmanay events in Glasgow this year.
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Prepare for a spectacular evening of 1920s themed partying paired with mouthwatering dishes and lashings of prosecco. Absurd Bird is bringing you all that and more, with live music and tickets from only £25. What are you waiting for?
Not only can you soak up live music, dance to the ceilidh and get your groove on with Arta's resident DJs, but this swanky spot is even bringing their infamous petal drop back, so prepare for a sparkly show when the clock strikes midnight.
If you haven't been to Boteco Do Brasil, you're really missing out. A taste of Latin America right here in Glasgow, the caipirinhas flow and the dishes are signature staples. Prepare to be transported to Brasil, with dancers performing traditional moves.
The Polo Lounge is back once again with a smashing night bringing you live DJs, delicious cocktails and entertainment spread across four rooms. Don your finest tartan or prepare to get dolled up, because this epic party will be taking you well into 2019.
If you're more about the food than the club this year, head to Pie & Brew for a few tasty treats. With drams of whisky alongside haggis and black pudding mini pies to soak it all up, there's even music from Mark Morriss, Sean McGarvey and Mandulu & Hephzibah.
It's no secret that many venues ramp up their prices and look to cash in come NYE. Not this West End gem, though. You'll still be able to get your fix of £3 Strawberry Mojitos here, with craft beers, wines and cocktails alongside a festive menu from only £14.95.
Want something that resembles both a killer club night and an unashamedly raucous house party this year? Flat 0/1 is where you need to be. Just follow the vibrations along Bath Street to discover a full-on event of wall-to-wall debauchery come New Year's Eve.
It's all about mod as resident DJ's Mikey Collins and Paul Molloy take to the decks alongside Craig Reece. Bringing you an eclectic blend of R&B, ska, soul, blues and '60s tunes, you'll be dancing well into the morning at this Merchant City hangout.
If you're looking for something a little different this year, Oran Mor should be on your radar. A raucous New Year's Eve party in an old church, entry will only set you back £16 and gives you access to Main Bar, Club O and The Brasserie so you can dance until the wee hours of 2019.
Not only do tickets for this alternative NYE party start from just £10, but there's even Bez from the Happy Mondays on hand to bring you a show like you've never seen before. Think indie tunes, acid house and a whole load of rock and roll.
Somewhere, tucked away from all the hustle and bustle of NYE in Glasgow, there's a secret cocktail bar serving up signature cocktails to in-the-know crowds. Follow the neon signage through Tabac's fire exit and discover the Panther Milk Bar for yourself if you'd prefer a Hogmanay experience featuring heady drinks and an exclusive feel.
If you're after a lively event that brings you tasty food and live entertainment all in one, get down to The Ferry and welcome 2019 in the best way. There's a gala buffet, music from DJ Stevie and the acclaimed Anvil Ceilidh Band to keep you going.