Scotland’s one and only My Little Pony Convention is back and bigger than ever. Running strong for our fourth year we’re excited to welcome you all back to the great city of Glasgow for a weekend of Fun, Frolics, Friendship and Parties!
The Weekend will be split into two events, the Convention on Saturday the 25th of November and Rock Nessie on Sunday the 26th of November. We also plan to have a Friday night meetup to kick the weekend off in style so come early and make the most of your time here.
The main convention will take place on Saturday 25 November 2017 in the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor Hotel at 1-9 Grosvenor Terrace, Glasgow, Scotland. The hotel proved very suitable last year, and we have built up a good relationship with the Hilton staff, so we are delighted to be able to take place there again.
Situated in Glasgow’s West End, the hotel is easily reached in a few minutes by public transport from the city centre, and is about 20 minutes by car or taxi from Glasgow Airport. The hotel can of course be used for accommodation, but there are plenty of other options nearby as well.
The convention will run from 10am until late in the evening, and is suitable for all ages.
Rock Nessie is Bronyscot’s celebration of all the great music the community has created and has been a highlight of each year. It will take place after the convention on Sunday the 26th of November at the Classic Grand, the fully kitted out music venue we had the pleasure of performing in last year.
The Classic Grand is only 5 minutes’ walk from Glasgow Central Station and 15 minutes’ walk from Glasgow Queen Street Station right in the heart of the city. It can be reached from the Convention venue by public transport or by car or taxi in about 20 minutes.
Doors for Rock Nessie will open at 7pm and the Music will be blasting till the early hours. Due to the venue licencing laws, Rock Nessie is an 18 plus only event and the venue operates a challenge 25 policy. So, if you’re lucky enough to look younger than 25 we suggest you bring some form of official identification as the Venue has final say in any disputes regarding entry.