Your resource for discovering and promoting Highland Games and Festivals around the world!

Your resource for discovering and promoting Highland Games and Festivals around the world!

Ceud Mìle Fàilte

(A Hundred Thousand Welcomes)

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With the surging popularity of DNA tests and family tree services, more and more people are discovering their Scottish heritage! There is no better place to commune and have fun with other Scots than one of the many Highland Games and/or Festivals around the globe.

Whether you’re looking to watch one of the many athletic events or you’re simply looking to enjoy whisky tastings, pipe bands, Scottish food, music, jewelry, clothing and dancing…these events have something for everyone! You can also discover your Highland clan connections at one of the many booths on Clan Row.

Find an event by either searching our ever growing event calendar or by searching our international directory.

Slàinte Mhath!

Calendar of Events

Whether it be a Highland game or festival, a Robert Burns supper, a Celtic music festival, a whisky tasting or even a local Ceilidh, you can view our calendar of scheduled events to find something fun near you! 


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Join a Scottish Heritage Society

If you love attending Scottish highland games or festivals, why stop there? There are so many organizations across the globe that are helping promote and preserve Scottish culture in many different ways. Whether it be a local chapter of the St. Andrew’s Society or a local Caledonian Society, joining a group will allow you to become more involved in the heritage you love. 

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