Hello and Welcome to the San Diego Highland Games website! We hope you will find the information you are looking for in these pages, if not please go to the contact page and send us a comment or question and we will see how we can help you. Let me introduce myself. I am Stephen Lundie, your Chieftain. I am Scottish, Born and raised on the outskirts of Dundee, and have been involved in the games, clans and Scottish organizations at different levels, for the last twenty years or so; the last several, on the board of these fine games.
I, along with the board, would like to warmly welcome you to come to our Scottish highland games and gathering of the clans, the fourth weekend of June. What might you expect to see at the games when you attend? Heavy Athletics, Dancing - Highland and Scottish Country, Piping and Drumming, Massed Bands, Clans and Societies, vendors of clothing, accessories, gifts, food drinks and snacks. Entertainment from two stages - traditional, folk, contemporary or rock as in bagrock. Sheepdog Trials. Children's Glen. Seminars of Genealogy and Whisky Tasting. You will be taught, entertained and had a merry day when you leave.
Yours Aye, Stephen
The Scottish Games are always a guaranteed good time. Everyone you meet is happy to see you and you make new friends every year. Doesn't matter if your Scottish at all.
The bands were fun -- the bagpipes were soulful and the vendors offered beautiful products. What's not to love, see you next year!
If you are Scottish this is where you want to be. Great gathering of the clans. Good entertainment. Lots of Scottish dancing. Wicked Tinkers were great.
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Join us at one of our two stages, where we'll have wonderful live music performed all weekend.
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