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Pet Shop Boys have ‘unfinished Hogmanay Business’ to take care of

Scuppered by horrendous weather conditions seven years ago, the Pet Shop Boys are set to make one of the biggest New Year party’s even bigger.

The UK pop duo who have sold over 50 million records is set to finish their global tour by headlining Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Concert on the 31st of December – New Years Eve.

Neil Tennant, the group’s singer commented:  “We are delighted to bring this show to Scotland on New Year’s Eve.

We’ve always felt we’ve had some unfinished Hogmanay business in Edinburgh after the weather put a stop to  the planned 2006 show and this is going to be a fantastic way to see in the New Year.”


The concert which is held every year (depending on weather) will be host to around a whopping 80,000 people from across the world, who will also celebrate it’s 21st anniversary.

Other acts are yet to be confirmed be we  gather this is going to be one celebration you won’t want to miss.

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