Proposed traffic orders have been issued by the city council.
To mark the special anniversary, visitors will have 65 rides and attractions to choose from – including the Dodgems, Sticky Wall and 40m high Star Flyer.
The vehicle will enable children with special educational needs to access a range of activities across the city to help with their development and enjoyment.
The fourth annual festival will feature a captivating Canal Carnival Flotilla for the first time.
Local storytellers have until the end of January to submit their entry and The Big Yin will read and select a winner from the top five shortlisted entries.
It will offer a menu influenced by the cooking of South East Asia, accommodating 120 covers with a separate bar area.
Glasgow-based itison said the Christmas blockbuster event is transforming the city’s most loved landmark.
The 12-month makeover has revitalised the building – with a new mezzanine, a study space and new IT training suite for the local community.
The procession made its way from the Kibble Palace within the Botanic Gardens just before 7pm.
The issue has split opinion since a consultation began many months ago.