Looking to beat the January blues? Check out what’s coming up in the largest city of Scotland after the New Year, there’s something for everyone’s tastes!
Irn Bru Carnival
The ultimate thrill seekers playground and Europe’s largest indoor funfair at the SEC, Glasgow is in town until 14th January 2018. General admission is £13 and you can easily book online, and with opening hours till 10pm, there is no excuse not to visit. Can you think of a better way to beat the January blues? Check out what’s on offer here.
Celtic connections is a winter music festival in Glasgow, celebrating its 25th anniversary on 18th January. The festival has become a magnet for musicians all over the world. Tickets are £22 and includes a once-in-a lifetime line up for the folk fans amongst us! Find out more here.
Scotland’s Speciality Food Show
Scotland’s speciality food show is a three day event held from 21st January to 23rd January 2018 at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) in Glasgow. The event showcases products like various kinds of wines, spirits, sparkling wine, champagne, biscuits, snacks and boasts to be ‘the home of whisky ice cream’. Check out the extensive exhibitor list and how to secure your place here.
The annual 25th January tradition is widely celebrated throughout the city. One of our favourite venues in Glasgow, Sloans, hosts a special burns night event for £40 a ticket which includes a delicious three course Burns supper, a dram and a Ceilidh. Check out how to get tickets to this exclusive event here.
Glasgow Film Festival
One of the UK’s leading film festivals featuring special events and big musical guests. The event also boasts a massive 80s vs 90s school disco. There are numerous events throughout the month, check out what’s happening throughout the city here.