Colourful parade floats could make their way through the centre of Aberdeen once more, with the potential return of a popular event from the city’s past.
Organisations which took part in last year’s Celebrate Aberdeen Parade are being invited to bid for a £1,500 donation to support their work.
Registration is now open for an upcoming Aberdeen city centre parade.
A popular Aberdeen festival is to return next year – and promises to be bigger and better than ever before.
Hundreds of people gathered in Aberdeen city centre last night for the Christmas lights switch-on parade.
Thousands of people turned out to take part in an annual parade in the city celebrating charity workers and volunteers.
Up to 4,000 people are expected to take part in an event on Union Street this weekend.
An Aberdeen group is looking for support in an upcoming parade. Friends of the Neuro Ward are looking for volunteers to join them in the upcoming Celebrate Aberdeen event. Those who are interested would join the charity in walking down Union Street for the event on August 24.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Aberdeen to show their support for the “huge sacrifices” made by the armed forces.
More than 1,000 serving, veteran and cadet force personnel paraded through the city centre today to mark Armed Forces Day.
Community groups and charities are being urged to sign up to take part in Celebrate Aberdeen before applications end.
Sir Billy Connolly will lead the New York City Tartan Day Parade this year, it has been announced.
Groups are being asked to sign up for an annual parade through the city centre.
With today’s announcement of the 2018 Torcher Parade we’ve taken a look back at images of some of the big events from our archives You can share your images and memories of Aberdeen’s Torcher Parade by either commenting or sending a message to the Evening Express Memories Facebook page. 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s 2010s
A leader of an Up Helly Aa Viking group has spoken of their excitement at being part of the festive celebrations in Aberdeen.
Hundreds of people marched through the heart of Aberdeen this weekend. The Celebrate Aberdeen parade, which forms part of a whole weekend of events, brought together over 100 different charities, sports groups and other organisations. Can you spot yourself or anyone you know in any of our pictures?
Hundreds of people marched through the heart of Aberdeen yesterday.
Celebrate Aberdeen will return later this year – and organisers are hoping to have their biggest parade yet.
A number of road closures are set to take place for a colourful parade and civic event.
Runners are being encouraged to sign up for a dash down Aberdeen's most famous street.
One of the Aberdeen's top celebrations - which sees thousands take part - is to take place for the sixth consecutive year.
A popular event which celebrates Aberdeen's community spirit is set to return this year.
ROAD closures will take place in Aberdeen city centre when a popular parade returns.
SKY divers, a helicopter, face painting and more than 1,000 members of the armed forces will descend on Aberdeen this weekend.