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With 5 years’ experience of holding sell-out New Year’s Eve events in Scotland’s capital, the city’s leading social & activities network The Sunday Brunch Club are back with another Grand Hogmanay Ball, taking place on Monday 31 December from 8.30pm-1am at the newly-refurbished Assembly Rooms in George Street. Highly praised for their friendly party atmosphere, The Sunday Brunch Club’s Hogmanay Balls provide revellers with an ideal opportunity to bring in the New Year in style and comfort – whatever the weather outside! The luxurious and fully-accessible Assembly Rooms will be tastefully dressed for the occasion by The Sunday Brunch Club.
Guests will be seated at tables of twelve: and the organisers can make sure you’ll be sitting with your friends and family even if you book tickets at different times. Just drop them an email with your requirements and The Sunday Brunch Club will take care of everything. That includes ensuring you receive a glass of Prosecco on arrival, courtesy of Rocco Venezia, and a delicious serving of traditional haggis, neeps & tatties midway through the evening.
Additional drinks can be pre-ordered prior to the event, meaning all you have to do is turn up and enjoy yourself. Edinburgh’s Grand Hogmanay Ball is a family-friendly event: children are welcome (child ticket prices are available on request), giving families the chance to enjoy the atmosphere and bring in the New Year together. Group discounts and an early bird offer are also available. Tickets for the event are bound to be popular, and are available to book now online on the dedicated website, priced at £75 per person.
Our previous guests have been delighted by our Hogmanay Balls – two couples even got engaged at them! And although The Sunday Brunch Club can’t guarantee wedding bells, they can certainly ensure guests have a fantastic time as the Hogmanay bells usher in 2013.