Irn-Bru Carnival – What To Expect?
Irn-Bru Carnival is making a comeback!
After being cancelled last year due to the pandemic, one of Scotland’s most anticipated and popular seasonal events is returning to Glasgow this winter, and it’s likely to be a fantastic one. From December 22 to January 16, the iconic Irn-Bru Carnival will return to the SEC Centre.
It will undoubtedly be an unforgettable event in the holiday season for both residents and Scots, with thrill attractions like the 40m high Starflyer and the Midnight Express Matterhorn, as well as family rides, children’s rides, games, vendors, and an inflatable play area for youngsters. Trampolines, a climbing wall, a 15-meter-high Ferris Wheel, dodgems, a ghost train, and a wild circus funhouse are among the attractions of the Irn Bru Carnival.
The most recent event in 2019 saw Europe’s largest indoor funfair celebrate its 100th birthday with its greatest event yet, blending the old and modern to commemorate the monumental occasion. This year’s carnival, which runs from early December to early January, will be closed on Christmas Day (December 25) and will host autism-friendly programmes on December 31 and January 11.
Within the hall, there will be a variety of food vendors serving anything from sugar floss, hot dogs, chicken, and burgers and chips, in true carnival style. Tickets for general admission will cost £16, with Young Scot / Kidz Cardholders paying £13, concessions £10, and children under the age of three going free.