The year-long programme of events will be celebrating the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.
January 2014 Events
Events across Scotland in January 2014.
A Scottish Farmers market with a continental heart - quality local artisan crafts too!
Open every Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
School holiday festival that introduces children to animals with fun events & quizs
One of Europe's finest Christmas festivals returns with a month-long programme bringing warmth and festive cheer to Edinburgh as the city transforms itself into a magical winter wonderland. Activity is centred around the world-renowned Princes Street Gardens.
Show off your ice-dancing moves on one of the largest outdoor ice rinks in Europe.
Scotland Sings takes place throughout the year, giving visitors the chance to sing in public through a series of events around the country.
A New Year's Eve gala of traditional music and entertainment, complimented by a spectacular firework display. Entertainment also takes place at the Tolbooth.
Braehead Curling Rink, Glasgow
A widely-varied programme of events aimed at people over 50, with equal emphasis on entertainment and education.
Big Burns Supper is the latest attraction in contemporary arts, which provides a platform for quality production and artistic ambition centred on Burns Night Celebrations, creating a massive community wide event for visitors and locals alike.
A market with a wide range of local produce and crafts, featuring over 20 stalls.
Held at Kelvinhall, Glasgow, Aviva International Athletics is great for all sports buff.
Aviemore Sled Dog Rally is the biggest event in the British sled dog racing calendar.
This traditional Viking festival in the Shetland Isles is a thrilling celebration of the isles’ rich Norse heritage.
A feast of local food, celebrity chefs, short films, documentaries and features to make you laugh, make you think and make you hungry!
This popular dance event brings together 350 UK and international dance promoters to Scotland. Other attarctions include talks, seminars and events which showcase the best professional dance of all styles being made by dance artists from across the UK.
An enjoyable yet challenging walk to Glen of Aherlow. Well suited for all ages and skills.
The Straw Bear Festival celebrates the old Fenland plough custom of parading straw bears around the town every January.
A torchlit procession and galley burning, with music, dances and performance in various venues.