The Highland Games are an annual event held in Detroit, Michigan. The celebration is held to honor and preserve as well as promote Celtic culture. The St. Andrew's Society of Detroit holds the event each year and always packs numerous activities and opportunities into the celebration for visitors to enjoy.
The Annual Highland Games is a fun, family friendly event. Two stages offer constant entertainment that features both local as well as national artists for guests to enjoy. Visitors are treated to the amazing talents of bag pipe bands who compete against each other. An amazing highland dance competition feature the skill and talent of those involved in the sport. Clans from across the United States gather to present a parade for all those attending the festival. Young children can enjoy fun and activities in the Wee Bairns area. Scottish as well as local cuisine are available for those who are attending the festival. A marketplace features hand made Celtic crafts as well as Celtic collectables and merchandise for guests to purchase. Near Clan Row guests can attend Living History Programs. While there is no camping allowed at the festival, the event has partnered with a few host hotels that are willing to offer specials and deals for those attending or working the festival.
This amazing bit of Celtic culture is only available at the Highland Games. This brings early history to life for visitors to witness first hand and gain full understanding of what life was really like at that time, as well as enjoy fun, food, and games. This wonderful family friendly event can't be missed, make sure you make your reservations today!