In a special addition for the 20th year celebrations, Annie Lennox and Susan Boyle will join the ranks of Scotland’s greatest artists in being awarded the Scottish Music Hall of Fame Award, which is sponsored by the Royal Highland Centre.
Scottish DJ and visual artist Eclair Fifi, and the Barras Art and Design (BAaD) venue in Glasgow will also be recognised for their contributions to the Scottish music scene.
Guests at the awards bash will also be treated to performances by guitar hero Mark Knopfler and Scots singer Amy Macdonald, as well as Snow Patrol, Tom Grennan, Kyle Falconer and The Snuts.
Celebrating its iconic 20 th year in 2018, the SSE Scottish Music Awards will once again bring the best of Scotland’s world-renowned music industry together for one epic night of festivities. Set to be bigger and better than ever before, the event will take place in Glasgow’s SEC, on Saturday 1 stDecember. Selling out year after year, 2018’s anniversary special will see 800 guests experience an evening of spectacular entertainment including intimate live performances from some of Scotland’s most established acts, as well as celebrating the country’s vibrant emerging artists.
Hosted by Sanjeev Kohli with a drinks reception, three-course meal and exclusive after show party, the SSE Scottish Music Awards is one of the biggest nights in the country’s event calendar at one of Glasgow’s most prestigious venues and not to be missed.
The past 20 years have seen the awards recognise some of the most iconic stars in the world including Annie Lennox, Paolo Nutini, Emeli Sandé and Biffy Clyro as well as the latest up and coming artists such as Lewis Capaldi, Tom Walker and Nina Nesbitt. 2018 will be no different with performances this year from one of the biggest bands in the world.
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