Celtic Harp, Fiddle, Tin Whistle, and Unaccompanied Singing
Celtic folk music represents a variety of traditions, backgrounds, countries, and instruments. Starting at 10 am on Saturday and Sunday, hear examples of it involving traditional instruments, the Celtic harp, tin whistle, fiddle, and an unaccompanied singing category.
LINK TO SINGING AND CELTIC HARP COMPETITIONS
LINK TO FIDDLE AND TIN WHISTLE COMPETITIONS
Pipe Bands, Piping, Drumming, Drum Major
You are not alive if a pipe band does not stir your primordial emotions. Who has a dry eye when "Amazing Grace" is played by a hundred pipers? Grade 1 competition will follow the Grade 4 on Saturday and Sunday. The Longs Peak Scottish Irish Highland Festival has added Grade 5 competition. If competition in Grade 5 please fill out the pipe band entry and denote this is for Grade 5 competition after your band name on the entry.
PIPE BANDS SOLO PIPING DRUMMING
Highlander 5K Race
Starts off the parade on Saturday morning and finishes on the Festival field. Different prizes for different categories. Men, Women, Kilted. LOADS OF FUN!
5K RACE ENTRY
Irish and Highland Dance Competitions Page
Dog of the British Isles (Click here)
The Grand March of the Dogs, a musical presentation of the Dogs of the British Isles is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday at 1 p.m. on the festival field. Please remember, Highland attire or black bottoms and white tops are appropriate dress for handlers. PLEASE CALL THE FESTIVAL OFFICE FOR DOG INQUIRIES 970-586-6308.