Pipes and Drums

Grande Prairie and District Pipes and Drums uses Great Highland Bagpipes at local and Peace Country Events.  Not to be missed is their performance at our Highland Games!

ROB YOUNG

Welcome to Grande Prairie’s 33rd

Highland Games

  • The Grande Prairie Highland Games celebrate the Scottish and Celtic culture through athletics, music, dance and other competitions with heritage displays and demonstrations to entertain and inform the public.

  • It's an exciting day for all ages!

  • The games will be hosted at the Montrose Cultural Centre, downtown Grande Prairie on June 13th, 2020.

  • Entrance to the games is cash only. 

Admission

Adults:

Children:

Families:

Seniors:

Tickets Available On Site

ATM on Site

Sorry No Dogs Allowed

Admission

Adults:

Children:

Families:

Seniors:

Tickets Available On Site

ATM on Site

Sorry No Dogs Allowed

Meet Our Athletes

Isaac Burchett

Damien Fisher

Lorne Colthart

Emily Hilty

Jeff Kaste

Jason McDonald

Rob Young

History of the

Highland Games

Scottish king, Malcolm Canmore is credited with initiating the first Highland Games. In 1057 the King held a crude form of Scottish athletics to lift the morale of his troops before battle. The strongest men were chosen as the King’s personal body guards and the fastest became his couriers. Contests consisted of running, leaping, vaulting, wrestling, lifting heavy weights and putting stones (as one sees today).

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Order your kilt by April 20th to be in time for the Highland Games, June 13, 2020.

Contact Barry

sales@affordablekilts.com

604-362-8485

THANK YOU GAME SPONSORS!

Thank You, Robbie Burns Dinner Donors

Pat  Nelson 

Linnea         Fletcher

Aum Nicol

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