Comes To The Pacific Northwest

July 28, 29 & 30, 2017
Enumclaw Expo Center
45224 - 284th Avenue SE
Enumclaw, Washington 98022

NO PETS ALLOWED IN THE Enumclaw Expo Center
Friday, JULY 28, 2017, 5:30 PM - 11:00 PM
(Friday evening events are free admission and open to the public.)
Saturday, JULY 29, 2017, 8:00 AM - 11:00 PM
Sunday, JULY 30, 2017, 8:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Adults - $17.00 one-day or $25.00 two-day pass
Seniors, 60 & Over - $12.00 one-day or $18.00 two-day pass
Military - $12.00 one-day or $18.00 two-day pass
(Active, Retired, Veteran with valid military I D: Only available at the gate)
Children, 5 to 17 - $12.00 one-day or $18.00 two-day pass
Children under 5 - free

Day of Games tickets after 4:00 PM half price.
(Only Limited events remain on Saturday and Sunday.

Order Discounted Highland Games Admission Tickets on-line by June 30. Tickets ordered by postal mail need to be postmarked by June 21 so they are received by June 30.
See order form for details and discounted price.

Parking - $7.00 per day

Ceilidh Only Admission Available at the Gate

(Included In Saturday Games Ticket or by Purchase Of Ceilidh Only Ticket. Held on Grounds.)

Saturday, JULY 29, 2017, 6 PM to 11 PM

Adult $5.00

Senior 60 And Over, Military Active, Retired, Veteran With Valid Military Id $2.00

Children 5 To 17 $2.00, Under 5 Free



North American Scottish Athletics Championship, US West Coast Drum Corps Championship, NW Regional Harp Finals, individual Piping and Drumming, Pipe Bands, Highland and National Dancing - you will see and experience it all, plus much, much more at the Enumclaw Expo Center on July 29 and July 30. Will you join us for a few hours or the entire weekend? Are you a veteran or a novice? No matter, you will find yourself experiencing a wee bit of Scotland right here in the Pacific Northwest!

Be amazed by the titans who deftly toss the caber and put the stone, matching skill and strength against the odds on the athletic field of battle. Delight in the soothing sound of the Celtic harpists as they compete and then join together for a Harpers' Circle jam session. Thrill to the bourdon of the bagpipes and the cadence of the drums as you witness, first hand, the fine array of talented pipers and drummers competing before judges of worldwide renown. Behold the grace and elegance of the Scottish dancers as they regale you with the Highland and National dances of Scotland.

During your visit, you'll be able to sample a wide variety of delicious and traditional Scottish foods.  Don't miss the chance to take a break and head over to the Rampant Lion Pub or the Tilted Kilt Pub to raise a glass of fine Scottish style ales and quench your thirst.  Sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Celtic Arts Showcases as various local English, Irish, Scottish and Welsh dancers, musicians and singers perform. Our 2016 featured performers include - the mult-talented enseble Blackthorn, the traditional Scottish folk artist Colin Grant-Adams, the three part harmonies of Golden Bough, the upbeat and lively Men of Worth, the dynamic and electrifying Tempest, and the loud and boisterous Wicked Tinkers. We invite you to visit the encampment of the Northwest's premier steel combat troupe the Seattle Knights. Their performances include high-energy acting, and choreographed stage combat using real steel weapons including broadswords, axes, and staves.

Take a stroll through the Avenue of the Clans and the Glen of the Clans and our Walk Through Time and delve into your Scottish ancestry and heritage. Observe the fine workmanship of Scottish artisans, and spend your hard-earned tuppence on lovely imported goods from the British Isles as you wend your way through the Hall of the Celtic Vendors and the Celtic Marketplace.

You and your party won't want to miss our Scottish Farm with shaggy Scotch Highland cattle, Scottish sheep and Shetland pony. Complete your tour with the Celtic Kennel as we feature the Celtic dog breeds at work and at play.

Plan to attend the Ceilidh Saturday evening - a traditional Scottish party with music, sing - along, stories and Scottish country dancing.

It is a weekend not to be missed - full of fun, education and traditional Scottish activities, so please join us and enjoy a wee bit of Scotland right here in the Pacific Northwest!