What are you doing this Hogmanay?
Watching the telly? Partying with pals? Going to your bed early?
Well how about doing something completely different, and raising cash for an exceptionally good cause into the bargain?
The team behind Jam at the Dam have pulled out all the stops to make this a New Year celebration to remember.
For they’re laying on a Hogmanay Hootenanny to raise cash for CLIC Sargent, the charity behind Malcolm Sargent House.
And what a night it is going to be.
Live music and dancing are the order of the night at the Ayr Town Hall event.
Ska band The Skarsoles, rockability favourites The Peas and Ayr’s very own glam rockers Electric Warrior will take to the stage to welcome in the start of 2013.
And believe it or not the fun doesn’t end there, for top Francie and Josie tribute act will join the party animals on stage along with Reve I Am Jolly.
Compere for this fun-tastic evening is Ayr’s very own cult hero Somerset Boab. And rumour has it, he might even manage a song of his own on the night.
The event has attracted fantatsic support from the community, with businesses lining up to do their bit to ensure its success, including menswear dress hire, Debonair, which is the main sponsor. The company has vowed to ensure that band members are all kitted out in traditional attire on the night with free kilts.
Bed and breakfasts the Queen’s Guest House and The Kilkerran have also promised discounted rates to partygoers on the night.
Doors open on the night at 7.30pm and the fun continues until 1am.
Tickets are £20 each and Tickets available from Body Art Piercing, Lorne Arcade Ayr, The Twa Dugs, Ayr, and online from Ticketweb 08444771000.
So if you fancy bringing in the bells with good people and great music then make sure you book soon as the number of places available are limited.