Dunedin Highland Games – March 28th

THREE WEEKS AWAY!   Are you ready?

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Get your tickets now on EventBrite.com!  Tickets are also sold at Dunedin Chamber of Commerce, Lothian Kilt Rentals and The Celtic Shop of Dunedin.



Entertainment at the Games by Off Kilter!  After many years at Epcot Center in the Canadian pavilion, we are so excited to announce they’ll be performing live at the Dunedin Highland Games.  






We are also bringing you Searson from Canada!  They perform at the Tartan Reception, Pioneer Park downtown the evening of the Parade, and also at our Highland Games!  Don’t miss each performance.  They are such a crowd pleaser!!!!!

Also coming back are our favorites:  The (Wynd)Breakers – – My Three Kilts – – Mighty Fine Peppers – –  MacPhearson’s Rant!

Coming Events Before the Games:


This traditional blessing of the Tartans will be held in two Dunedin churches:  

TUESDAY, MARCH 25:  SCOTTISH AMERICAN SOCIETY OF DUNEDIN’s Scottish Dinner.  This annual event held by the SAS of Dunedin features a dinner of “Mince and Tatties”, music and performances by the Highland Dancers.  Purchase tickets for this BYOB event by contacting President Diane Burke at (727) 734-0757.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26:  NEW WORLD CELTS’s Whisky Tasting.  This annual event held by the Dunedin Chapter of the NWC is held at Flanagan’s Irish Pub.

THURSDAY, MARCH 27:  TARTAN RECEPTION.  This annual event held by the Dunedin Highland Games Committee features dinner & (2) drink tickets, and will be held in the SAS Hall of Dunedin.  Entertainment is provided by Searson.  Awards and trophies in the Scottish programs will be given out, and our Bonnie Lass and Lad will be there.  TICKETS AVAILABLE ON EVENT BRITE.

FRIDAY, MARCH 28:  Dunedin is hosting the Tide Festival of Piping on March 27 & 29 (at Dunedin Community Center, same location as Highland Games).  A weekend of world class piping workshops run by the National Piping Centre of Scotland in Glasgow.  Competition at the end of the day, and also a performance in Pioneer Park that evening after the Parade.