St Andrew Day Parade: The West End Festival has declared it will by and by produce a winter occasion for St Andrew’s Day, “Glasgow’s St Andrew’s Day Torchlight Parade”.
The Torchlight Parade will be open and available to all families and companions who need to participate, on Thursday, 30 November. Another shimmering occasion from the West End Festival and upheld by Scotland’s Winter Festivals, Glasgow City Council and Byres Road and Lanes BID.
Vouchers for lights are presently at a bargain at a cost of £8 by means of the celebration site or you can telephone Ticket Source. A gift from each light sold will be made to a picked philanthropy. In the event that you need to participate however don’t have any desire to hold a light, the ticket will be £3 and you’ll get a wrist band. (Cost incorporates VAT and booking charge). As youngsters can’t hold lights, they will get a free shine stick.
Tonight festivity of Scotland’s supporter holy person will appear as a torchlight march going through the fundamental pieces of the west end utilizing a moving street conclusion. The moving conclusion will mean the streets are ok for the parade to walk yet will restrict any burden to street clients.
Michael Dale, celebration executive stated: “We’re charmed that the West End Festival has indeed gotten the help of EventScotland through the Scotland’s Winter Festivals program to be a piece of this current winter’s action in Glasgow and can utilize its assets to compose a celebratory occasion for everybody to participate in.
“With the subsidizing, we can make certain to make this occasion fun and comprehensive for individuals in Glasgow and past to both partake and spectate.”
Celebration coordinators are empowering those not participating in the parade to go along and appreciate the display along the course.
Dr Alasdair Allan, Minister for International Development and Europe, stated:
“Our supporter holy person, St Andrew, was known for being solid, friendly and reasonable, urging individuals to share what they had with those out of luck.
“Observing St Andrew’s Day introduces an amazing open door for Scots to keep the soul of St Andrew alive, by meeting up and helping other people inside their locale.
“The West End Festival gives a wide scope of occasions which draws in a large number of guests to the city. I am certain the torchlight parade delivered explicitly for St Andrew’s Day will be a fabulous sight as it travels through the west end, joined by pipe groups, artists and fire artists.”
Full subtleties of the occasion, timings and how to buy lights are accessible on the celebration site www.westendfestival.co.uk. If it’s not too much trouble note the terms and conditions
Glasgow will have this significant occasion by and by and it’s sorted out by the much-cherished West End Festival group and upheld by Scotland’s Winter Festivals, Glasgow City Council and Byres Road and Lanes BID.
This year, the experience has been augmented further, and accordingly, will have all the more family orientated movement, including guardians and grandparents helping children to make lights to use in the motorcade (guided), Scottish legends and fantasy narrating, and exhibitions by road theater specialists, for example, stilt walkers, sparkle in obscurity performer and fire workmanship. In addition, facepainting craftsmen will hold on to paint faces (kids youthful and old!) in the Kibble Palace before the procession framing. The entirety of this movement is remembered for ticket costs.
Vouchers for lights are presently discounted and evaluating is as per the following:
Prompt riser until 20 October – £5 grown-up burn, £3 for youngster, family ticket for four £15
From 21 October – £7 grown-up burn and £4 youngster, family ticket for four £20
Tickets by means of www.torchlightparade.co.uk or by calling 0333 666 3366.
Tonight festivity of Scotland’s supporter holy person will appear as a torchlit walk going through the fundamental pieces of the west end utilizing a moving street conclusion from Glasgow Botanic Gardens. The moving conclusion will mean the streets are ok for the parade to walk however will restrain any bother to street clients.
While we accept each open door to guarantee the subtleties for St Andrew’s Day Torchlight Parade are precise, we generally prompt that you contact the occasion coordinator before setting out for the occasion to dodge disapointment.
The Third Glasgow’s St. Andrew’s Day Torchlight Parade returns on 30 November and Glasgow welcomes you to partake.
The Torchlight Parade will be open and available to all families and companions who need to participate, on Friday, 30 November. Another shimmering occasion from the West End Festival and bolstered by Scotland’s Winter Festivals, Glasgow City Council and Byres Road and Lanes BID.
Moreover, Glasgow’s Lord Provost, Councilor Eva Bolander, has been declared as the benefactor of the torchlight march and the West End Festival is supporting Fair Saturday occurring on 1 December, a worldwide development to make social effect.
Tonight festivity of Scotland’s benefactor holy person will appear as a torchlight march going through the principle parts of Glasgow’s West End.