Scottish Fun: Highland Games and Festival at the Queen Mary
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The last date listed for Scottish Festival was Sunday February 17, 2013 / All Day (9:00am - 6:00pm).
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Activities: The 20th Annual Queen Mary Scottish Festival offers guests a glimpse into Scottish culture and history. Featuring a variety of traditional Scottish activities including athletic competitions, a Grand Parade, dancing, piping, and whisky tasting, it’s fun for the entire family.
*Competitions: *Athletics, dancing, piping and darts. Watch competitors battle through a wide array of traditional Scottish events
Food & Beverages: Have a hankering for some haggis, neeps and tatties? Not exactly sure what those are? Don’t worry, you’ll experience a variety of authentic Scottish cuisine and whisky and learn all about the culinary traditions that make these foods so unique.
Live Entertainment: The sounds of Scotland will be providing the soundtrack for the event and will include several pipe bands, drummers, fiddle players and harpists, as well as more contemporary bands with Scottish flair.
Rock Yer Kilt – Concert
Saturday, February 16, 2013, 6:00pm – midnight
Jump aboard the Queen Mary and tilt your Kilt toward some of the best Scottish, Gaelic and Celtic bands this side of the pond. Sling a stein or a slew at the Wee Whisky Bar as you enjoy the sounds of TNT Winner of SAM 2011 Battle of the Tribute Bands, celebrating the Scottish roots of one of the greatest rock bands of all time, AC/DC! Hoist the Colors-awarded Best Album of 2012 by Grinning Beggar, fusing pop-punk with traditional Irish instruments like fiddle and mandolin. Highland Way Highlighting Celtic music from Scotland and Ireland with originals and the occasional popular cover. The Whooligans Timeless Scottish & Irish pub songs in the tradition of The Dubliners, Tommy Makem, and The Clancy Brothers, plus a healthy dose of rockin’ tunes by the likes of The Pogues, Van Morrison, and Flogging Molly. Sligo Rags two-time winner of Orange County Music Awards, named one of the top acoustic bands in L.A. (by Folkworks Magazine), merging Celtic Folk with a bluegrass attitude.