Virginia Scottish Games & Festival
THE PLAINS, VA — Labor Day Weekend, Sep 5-6, 2015

The Virginia Scottish Games is a unique annual festival that began as a celebration of Alexandria's Scottish Heritage and continues to celebrate the Scottish Heritage of the whole Commonwealth. The cornerstone of the event is the highland athletic competition. The Games will host many of the top-ranked professional athletes in North America to include several who have competed at the recent World Championships.

The Virginia Scottish Games includes piping & drumming, highland dancing, and fiddling competitions along with sheep-herding demonstrations, an antique car show, a variety of vendors & crafters, clan and society exhibits, a living history encampment, childrens activities, live entertainment and plenty of Scottish food and drink.

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