Events galore are in motion this year to make indyref2 a reality and we want to make sure they can be a success by getting as many people along as possible.

That is why we have created this list to keep everyone up-to-date. It will be updated constantly so keep checking in. If you or a group have an event, let us know at


Thu 16 at 7:30pm: Yes Carrick meeting. All welcome to come along. Location: Claude Hamilton Hall, Coylton.

Sat 18 at 10:30am: Scottish Independence Congress. All pro-independence parties have been invited by Believe in Scotland to attend and active independence activists will be invited as delegates. The agenda is to be released soon. Location: Online. Invite only.

Mon 20 at 1pm: European Merchants. Anthony Salamone, Managing Director of European Merchants, will parse myths on Scotland, the euro and EU membership under independence. Location: The Crannie, Edinburgh. Free, register here.

Fri 24: Dundee and Angus Independence Group is hosting the very first cinema showing of Lesley Riddoch and Charlie Stuart's film, Estonia: The Baltic Tiger. There are perhaps lessons for Scotland in this special screening on Estonian Independence Day. Afterwards, there will be a Q&A with film producer and presenter Lesley Riddoch. Location: Dundee Contemporary Arts Cinema. Tickets available here.

Fri 24 - Sun 26: Ideas to Change the World weekend hosted by Popular Education Network. Guests will discuss people power and Scottish independence. It is described as “a weekend to take us all away from the hustle and bustle of our daily lives and the demands placed on us by our activism, to reflect on the state of the world today and Scotland's place in it”. Location: Crainlarich Youth Hostel. Tickets are available here.


Sat 11 at 10am: International demonstration for Scottish independence near British Embassy hosted by Germans for Scottish Independence. Live music afterwards. Location: Pariser Platz, 10117 Berlin, Germany.

Sun 19: SNP Special Conference. A “democracy conference” for SNP members to deliberate on the detail of independence strategy. Location: Edinburgh International Conference Centre. .

Fri 24 - Sun 26: Scotonomics Live. Economists and comedians will discuss Scotland's place in a globalised economy at the first economics festival to be held in Scotland. Location: Three venues across Dundee and online. Tickets available here.

Sat 25/Sun 26: Progress to Yes conference. Speakers include Michael Russell, MSP Karen Adam, Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp, Kelly Given, and Gerry Hassan. Tickets are available here.



Sat 6 at 11am: AUOB Glasgow March for Independence. Location: Kelvingrove Park to Glasgow Green.


Sat 24: AUOB Stirling March for Independence.

June 3 to July 2: The Declaration of Arbroath on display. It is cared for by the National Records of Scotland and is so fragile it can only be displayed occasionally in order to ensure its long-term preservation. Location: The National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh.


Sat 29: AUOB Ayr March for Independence.


Sat 26: AUOB Isle of Skye March for Independence.


Sat 23: AUOB Falkirk March for Independence.


Sat 7: AUOB Edinburgh March for Independence.