Tickets are on sale now for a night of live performances at BAaD, Glasgow on 1 Nov
The List Hot 100 is back and we're ready to celebrate. The definitive list ranks Scotland's most exciting creative talent and institutions who've made a mark in the year. Published every November in a special issue of The List magazine, it counts down the most notable contributors to Scotland's cultural landscape in the fields of music, theatre, art and design, books, fashion, food and more.
The countdown leads up to the announcement of the year's #1 which will be revealed at our exclusive Hot 100 party event. This year's event will be held on Thu 1 Nov at BAaD (Barras Art and Design) in Glasgow.
image: Kobi Onyame performing at The Hot 100 2017 Guests are invited to come along to the exclusive event that will feature performances from all strands of the Hot 100 list. In 2017, comedian Mark Nelson, singer-songwriter Siobhan Wilson, publishers 404 ink (last year's #1!) and hip hop artist Kobi Onyame made up the bill. The full list of performers for this year's event are soon to be announced - keep an eye on social media for updates.
Tickets for this year's event are on sale now for just £5 and include two drinks tokens from our sponsors Black Bottle Whisky and Lagunitas Craft Beer and canapes courtesy of A'challtainn.
image: Kathryn Joseph performing at The Hot 100 2015 In line with the celebration, the full Hot 100 list for 2018 will be revealed on the morning of the party, Thu 1 Nov, at datathistle.com and in our magazine. Previous number ones have included 404 ink (2017), Anna Meredith (2016), Fergus Linehan & the EIF (2015) and Peter Capaldi (2014). We're very excited to share this year's list with you but in the meantime you can check out last year's Hot 100.
The List Hot 100 Party takes place at BAaD, Glasgow Wed 1 Nov, 7–midnight, £5. Tickets on sale now.
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…