Come celebrate with us at The List Hot 100 Party

Come celebrate with us at The List Hot 100 Party

Tickets on sale now for a night of live performance at Edinburgh's Assembly Roxy

Every year The List publishes a list celebrating the top 100 cultural movers and shakers in Scotland over the past year. There's no point celebrating if you aren't going to have a party, so we are. The List Hot 100 Party takes place on Wed 1 Nov at Edinburgh's Assembly Roxy, and for the first time we are inviting the public.

The night features a series of live performances, with previous Hot 100 party acts including Scottish Album of the Year Award-winner Kathryn Joseph, 80s-inspired Glasgow band White and dance/electronica DJ Auntie Flo. We'll be announcing the acts for the 2017 party soon.

Every List Hot 100 Party ticket includes two drinks tokens from our sponsors, Caledonian Brewery and Russian Standard Vodka. Caledonian Brewery will offer guests a taste of their range of beers, including Coast to Coast Pale Ale; and Russian Standard Vodka's Mule Market will make its debut, offering guests smooth-tasting Russian Mule cocktails served in beautiful copper mugs.

The Hot 100 honours the musicians, writers, festivals, artists, dancers, filmmakers, venues, choreographers, actors, comedians, theatre makers, initiatives and more that have helped make Scotland a thriving centre of creativity over the past 12 months. Previous number ones have included Anna Meredith (2016), Fergus Linehan & the EIF (2015), Peter Capaldi (2014) and Rockstar North (2013). Our Hot 100 for 2017 is revealed at and in our magazine, on Wed 1 Nov. Check out last year's winners.

Assembly Roxy, 2 Roxburgh Place, Edinburgh, Wed 1 Nov, 7–11pm, £5. Tickets on sale now.

The List Hot 100 Party

Celebrate the top 100 cultural Scots in 2019 with an evening of live entertainment from artists, musicians, writers and performers, with drinks provided by Lagunitas Brewing Co and Johnnie Walker. Performers this year include comedian Amy Matthews, pop singer SHEARS, dancer Ashley Jack and indie rock band Savage Mansion…

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