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Where to go and whats on at 2017 New Years Eve and New Year Day 2018 in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Includes information about the Hogmanay concerts and other events like the street party in Schoolhill
2017 Aberdeen Hogmanay Events
Schoolhill will be closed to traffic on Hogmanay and entertainment during the evening, from 8:45pm, will include the Edinburgh band The Banjo Lounge 4
and the Beatles tribute band The Mersey Beatles.
Tivoli Hogmanay Show
The Tivoli Theatre Hogmanay Show on 31st December from 7:30 with a night of traditional music, comedy and dance from an all-star cast. See www.thetivolitheatre.com
for tickets or more information.
New Year's Eve 2017 at Revolution Aberdeen
Say goodbye to 2017 and hello to 2018 at Revolution Aberdeen, where you can choose from a range of party packages and book a private area with table service. For further information visit
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Hogmanay Concert Aberdeen
There are several 2017 Hogmanay concerts in Aberdeen to see in 2018. These include:
Hogmanay Ceilidh from 7:30pm on Saturday 31 December at the Aberdeen Beach Ballroom to see in 2018. Telephone 01224 647647.
Aberdeen Hogmanay Fireworks Display
The 2017 Aberdeen Hogmanay fireworks display will be set off at midnight from the rooftop of His Majesty’s Theatre to give a spectacular sight across the city. Prior to this there will be musical entertainment street party at Union Terrace Gardens
and Schoolhill from 7:30pm.
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Aberdeen New Year Customs
For a guide to how Scottish people celebrate Hogmanay in Scotland and throughout the World see our Hogmanay Customs
page. This includes traditions like reading the fire ashes, first footing, why a tall black haired first footer is lucky, black bun, a lump of coal being lucky and the bells.
Start the New Year with a bit of exercise with the Temperance Walk at Cairnbulg
on the 1 January or the Temperance Walk at St Combs
on the 2 January each year.
If you miss out on the celebrations, perhaps because you've been working Hogmanay night, then you can always celebrate the original Hogmanay according to the old calendar before the date changes in 1660 by going to the Burning of the Clavie at Elgin
The words to Auld Lang Syne
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New Year Horoscope
BBC1 Hogmanay Show
Chewin The Fat
ITV Hogmanay Show
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