Robert Burns wrote “Auld Lang Syne,” the very song you’ll sing on New Year’s Eve. That’s probably because ol’ Rabbie probably wanted to be top of mind with Burns Night coming up on January 25.
Yes, it’s time again for the annual celebration of the beloved Scottish poet, author, and lyricist. The man for whom statues have been built, volumes have been written, and whiskies have been toasted.
We’ll have plenty of Burns Night content for you next month, but in the meantime, catch up on the traditions with our guide.