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New Year Arrivals Imminent

December 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Uncategorized

New Year is upon us

Today we have our first arrival of new year customers here Edinburgh Festival Apartments….   coming to enjoy the famous Edinburgh Hogmaney street party.

Edinburgh will be very busy this year if our other peoples apartments are as full as ours as we are fully booked this year and have nothing left on the website to sell for this wonderfull festive season, Edinburgh will become a cultural phenomenom even more so than normal.

We have the winter wonderland and all the other fun things ready to go and we cant weait to see the end of the year go out in the same style it always does.. big street party with bigger bands and even bigger fireworks, im sure all the people coming this year will not be dissapointed with the line up that includes:
Eighties chart-toppers Madness are headlining the main Concert in the Gardens, while the Enemy and Frightened Rabbit are among the main attractions at the street party on Princes Street.

Some 20,000 people will be taking part in the traditional curtain-raiser to the celebrations, on Tuesday, 29 December, when a torchlight procession from Parliament Square to Calton Hill is held.

Tens of thousands of people are expected to crowd on to the Royal Mile on 30 December and 1 January to take in new events, including street theatre outside St Giles’ Cathedral, live music at Holyrood Palace and the parade of an eight-metre-tall puppet from the Canongate to the Tron Kirk.

The creative director of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations, Pete Irvine, said all ticket sales were running “on target”, with the Night Afore club night with Calvin Harris and a one-off night-time event which will see sound and art installations created at Edinburgh Castle already sold out.

Mr Irvine said: “We are really pleased with how things are going at the moment. Ticket sales are looking very good across all our events, with a couple of sell-outs, and we expected both the Concert in the Gardens and the open-air ceilidh to sell out in the next couple of days. There may be some walk-up tickets for the street party available on Hogmanay, but it may sell out before then based on current sales.”

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