SING in the bells this Hogmanay!


Don’t just bring in the bells, SING in the bells this Hogmanay! Join Massaoke at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange for the ultimate singalong party

Looking to welcome 2020 in spectacular style? Join the sequins and spandex clad rockstars, Massaoke, and sing and dance your way through a one-off special set of hairbrush hits, euphoric power ballads, and solid gold anthems at the Hogmanay Hoot Massaoke night at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange.

Featuring classics from the ‘80s right through to the ‘00s, plus a few favourite musical numbers (and an obligatory rendition of Auld Lang Syne, of course!), it’s the ultimate end-of-year singalong party for the masses. Think of it as karaoke but on a massive scale, where lyrics are displayed on huge screens to enable everyone to let loose and sing their hearts out.

Having wowed crowds at Glastonbury and Latitude, as well as Australia’s Adelaide Fringe and New York’s Rochester Fringe, Massaoke has attracted a global following, with celebrity guests including Pink Floyd bassist, Guy Pratt, and power ballad legend, Bonnie Tyler, describing the show as quite simply ‘Fab!’.


The Hogmanay Hoot Massaoke night has been exclusively created by the in-house events experts at Edinburgh Corn Exchange, and will feature performances from Massaoke, as well as a silent disco, compere and DJ, Bags and Pipes, plus a Big Big Gin and Bubbly bar, and Scottish street food to see revellers through to the New Year.

For a taste of what to expect, check out the promo video at Then grab a ticket, warm up your vocal cords, tune your air guitar, and get ready to rock your way into 2020.

Hogmanay Hoot Massaoke will take place at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange on Tuesday 31st December, 8pm – 2am. 

Early access tickets starting at £25 will be available for a limited time only. Sign up for early access tickets at

This is a standing and reserved seating event. Group discount tickets are available. For further information and to book tickets, head to

The owner of the Edinburgh Corn Exchange, Paul DeMarco, is available for comment for any events or business-related features you may be working on. 

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  • Edinburgh, the ultimate festive destination: Why the Scottish capital remains the number one place to spend the holiday season.

If these walls could talk: An exploration of the history of the Edinburgh Corn Exchange, a beautiful A-listed building built in 1909. Restored to its former glory and transformed into a venue in 1999, it has since played host to hundreds of unique and memorable events – from live music, to sporting events and food and drink festivals.

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