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Glengarry Highland Games


34 Fair Street
Maxville, ON K0C 1T0
Canada

(??.? miles from you)

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Glengarry Highland Games


(??.? miles from you)

34 Fair Street
Maxville, ON K0C 1T0
Canada


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Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

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Why You Should Go...

All roads lead to Maxville and the Glengarry Highland Games. For colour, sound, and sights, nothing is more spectacular than the Glengarry Highland Games.

Friday, August 4 and Saturday, August 5, thousand

The Friday night Tattoo presents a dazzling display of dancing, music and fireworks. Headliners include Coig from Cape Breton, The McLean Avenue Band from the US and the Ryan Russell Memorial Pipe Band. Saturday will see 16 Highland Regiments compete in the Tug of War Challenge. The unforgettable massed pipe bands close the games with over 1600 pipers and drummers playing Amazing Grace.

Kids can find lots to do in the Wee Bairn Tent, the Junior Heavyweights and the Track & Field Events.

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Why You Should Go...

All roads lead to Maxville and the Glengarry Highland Games. For colour, sound, and sights, nothing is more spectacular than the Glengarry Highland Games.

Friday, August 4 and Saturday, August 5, thousands trek to Maxville, Ontario to celebrate all things Scottish. The grounds are filled with kilts and celtic music fills the air. Heavyweights, highland dancers, pipers and drummer and fiddlers demonstrate their skills to packed houses.

The Friday night Tattoo presents a dazzling display of dancing, music and fireworks. Headliners include Coig from Cape Breton, The McLean Avenue Band from the US and the Ryan Russell Memorial Pipe Band. Saturday will see 16 Highland Regiments compete in the Tug of War Challenge. The unforgettable massed pipe bands close the games with over 1600 pipers and drummers playing Amazing Grace.

Kids can find lots to do in the Wee Bairn Tent, the Junior Heavyweights and the Track & Field Events.

What You Should Know...

Payment: MC, Visa

Discounts: Children

Access: Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Concessions, Kids Activities

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Admission is $20 per day and children under 12 are free.

Fun Facts

The largest massed pipe band performance in North America takes place Saturday evening with over 1000 pipers and drummers parading onto the field.

A record setting 10 Canadian Military Regiments wearing kilts compete Saturday in the Tug of War to win the Challenge Cup.

New tent this year for Kids Ages 4-12 where they can learn about Scottish traditions and have fun. Kids can also compete in tossing the smaller version of the caber, the hammer and the sheaf.

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Why You Should Go...

All roads lead to Maxville and the Glengarry Highland Games. For colour, sound, and sights, nothing is more spectacular than the Glengarry Highland Games.

Friday, August 4 and Saturday, August 5, thousands trek to Maxville, Ontario to celebrate all things Scottish. The grounds are filled with kilts and celtic music fills the air. Heavyweights, highland dancers, pipers and drummer and fiddlers demonstrate their skills to packed houses.

The Friday night Tattoo presents a dazzling display of dancing, music and fireworks. Headliners include Coig from Cape Breton, The McLean Avenue Band from the US and the Ryan Russell Memorial Pipe Band. Saturday will see 16 Highland Regiments compete in the Tug of War Challenge. The unforgettable massed pipe bands close the games with over 1600 pipers and drummers playing Amazing Grace.

Kids can find lots to do in the Wee Bairn Tent, the Junior Heavyweights and the Track & Field Events.

More...

What You Should Know...

Payment: MC, Visa

Discounts: Children

Access: Service Animals

Parking: Free On-site

Available: Concessions, Kids Activities

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Admission is $20 per day and children under 12 are free.

Fun Facts

The largest massed pipe band performance in North America takes place Saturday evening with over 1000 pipers and drummers parading onto the field.

A record setting 10 Canadian Military Regiments wearing kilts compete Saturday in the Tug of War to win the Challenge Cup.

New tent this year for Kids Ages 4-12 where they can learn about Scottish traditions and have fun. Kids can also compete in tossing the smaller version of the caber, the hammer and the sheaf.

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