Loch Lomond Trossachs Highland Games and Gatherings 2017
Loch Lomond, Trossachs and Clyde Sea Lochs Highland Games & Gatherings 2017
Please check opening and closing times and schedules directly with the event organisers for accuracy.
Saturday 3 June – HELENSBURGH
Helensburgh and Lomond Games – Saturday 3 June, 10am - 5pm.
Helensburgh Rugby Club Grounds, Rhu Road Higher, Helensburgh, Argyll G84 8JZ.
Entry prices: Adults £5, Children 15 & under £2. Concessions £3
Saturday 1 July – LUSS
Luss Highland Games - Saturday 1 July, 11am- 5pm.
Luss Games Field, Luss village.
10-45a.m. Sir Malcolm Colquhoun, Chieftain of the Games will march in front of the Helensburgh Clan Colquhoun Pipe Band from Luss Car Park to Luss Pier and then proceed to the Games Field, where the opening ceremony will take place.
Saturday 15 July – BALLOCH
Loch Lomond Highland Games – Saturday 15 July, 10am – 5pm.
Venue: Moss O’ Balloch
Entry prices: £5 for adults, £3 for children and over 60s, with a family ticket costing £13 (2 adults and up to 3 children).
Sunday 16 July - ROSNEATH
Rosneath and Clynder Highland Games- Sunday 16 July, from 12.30pm.
Howie Memorial Park, Rosneath, Near Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute G84 0RJ.
Entry prices: Adults £5; Concessions £3; Child £2; Family ticket £10.
Saturday 22 July – LOCH EARNHEAD
Loch Earnhead, Balquhidder and Strathyre Highland Games - Saturday 22 July, from 12 noon.
Starts 12 noon: Pipe Band & Clans March into the field 1pm; Pure Malt, traditional folk band in the beer tent 4pm - 8pm.
The games park is beside Loch Earn at Lochearnhead village which is located on the A84 north of Callander, and is just over an hours' drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow. In the lands of MacGregor, MacLaren, MacNab, and Stewart of Strathern, you can experience all the thrills of traditional highland games at Lochearnhead in a fabulous setting beside Loch Earn.
Saturday 29 July – DUMBARTON
Scottish Pipe Band Championships 2017- Saturday 29 July, 9am - 6pm. FREE event.
Levengrove Park, Dumbarton. G82 4AF.
More than 120 bands and 25,000 people will attend the event, which is organised by West Dunbartonshire Council and West Dunbartonshire Leisure Trust Events Team in conjunction with the Royal Scottish Pipe Band Association. Spectators can enter the event for free and can expect a fun day of Highland Dancing competitions, fun fair, trader areas with confectionery, jewellery, clothing, toys and Scottish souvenirs and food and drinks; and the magnificent sound of the pipes and drums of some of the world's best pipe bands.
Saturday 19 August – STIRLING
Stirling Highland Games - Saturday 19 August, 10.30am - 5pm.
The games field is located behind Stirling Sports Village and offers spectacular views over to the Wallace Monument, Cambuskenneth Abbey and Stirling Castle. Full programme of traditional Highland games competitions on offer including Running, Youth Running, Cycling, Highland Dancing, Heavyweights, long jump and triple jump. Piping Performances will be showcased throughout the day.