Scotland events highlights for January (having recovered from the new year) include the finale of Edinburgh’s Christmas, Celtic Connections and The Speciality Food Show.
Scotland Events January 2017….
18th Nov 2016 – 8th January 2017, Edinburgh
Activity is centred around Princes Street Gardens with The Light Night, the Traditional German Christmas Market, Santa’s Reindeer Garden, The Edinburgh Wheel, The Great Scottish Santa Run and Winter Wonderland that help make Edinburgh’s Christmas the ultimate festive experience.
Irn Bru Carnival
21st Dec 2016 – 14th January 2017, SECC Glasgow
Europe’s largest indoor fun fair, with over 60 rides and attractions, as well as new and exciting additions for thrill seekers, families and more kids rides than ever.
19th Jan – 5th February 2017, Glasgow
Scottish talent and artists from all over the world perform in ceilidhs and concerts across Glasgow, in what has become the worlds biggest winter music festival.
The Glasgow Tattoo
19th – 21st January 2017, Glasgow
The Glasgow Tattoo will allow bands and performers to showcase their talents for the first time on a large scale in an indoor Arena.
Scotland’s Speciality Food Show
22nd – 24th January 2017, SECC, Glasgow
Merging two of last year’s highly successful shows, these two great food trade fairs provide even more reasons to visit.
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MAJOR EVENTS IN SCOTLAND ….
Edinburgh Military Tattoo: You’ll have to book your Edinburgh Military Tattoo tickets early if you want to see this magnificent spectacle, and internationally acclaimed event, set against the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival: One of the world’s largest arts events, the Festival stages more than 2,000 shows in hundreds of theatres, and a lot more.
Edinburgh Hogmanay: Year after year the Hogmanay street party brings something new: Torchlight Procession, Carnival, Street Theatre and more.
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