Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2018

Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2018

Once again we had the pleasure of producing the displays for Edinburgh’s Hogmanay, ringing in the New Year to capacity crowds of 150’000 over the two nights. New organisers Underbelly made their mark on the long-established festival with a whole new range of street...

Day 1 of Edinburgh Hogmanay in photos

We are proud to be a part of Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations. The Torchlight Procession is the official start of three-days of spectacular Edinburgh’s Hogmanay events, finishing with our display Son et Lumiere on the top of Calton Hill with many 1,000’s...

Edinburgh Hogmanay Fact Sheet

History It is thought that the Hogmanay celebration was inherited from the Vikings in the 8th or 9th Century who, coming from even further north than Scotland, paid particular attention to the passing of the shortest day of the year, or winter solstice. In Shetland,...

Edinburgh Hogmanay 2014 Display Video

Titanium Fireworks marked the Edinburgh Hogmanay 2014 with a 5 minute pyromusical display from Edinburgh Castle and West Princes Street Gardens. The show was witnessed by a live audience of 80,000 at the Street Party, countless others throughout the city and a TV...