The Australian Scottish community create and host a huge number of events, from Highland Games to Burns Night Suppers, fiddle clubs and dances to Clan Gatherings. If you’d like your Scottish focused tour, event or happening in Australia in 2020 listed as part of the Year of Scotland, submit your event here. And if you’re looking for something fun to do near you, explore the events already listed, below.
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“The most vibrant and exciting band in the field of Celtic music” (Billboard) “Securely ranked among the Celtic world’s top live bands. . . Capercaillie walk the trad/contemporary line with admirable poise and scrupulous care” (Songlines) Scots folk band Capercaillie will perform as their original acoustic nucleus quartet of Karen Matheson (vocals), Charlie McKerrron (fiddle), Manus Lunny (Bouzouki) and Donald Shaw (Accordion) in a special stripped back quartet format for the inaugural Scottish Towns and Grand Houses Tour, a new…
Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival, located in the heart of the Manning Valley, mid-north coast, New South Wales. Clans from all over the country gather to enjoy the festival. Includes a genealogy fair, clan gathering and ceilidh, markets and clan stalls, street parade, highland games, pipe bands, dancing and grand Scottish ball.
Scone Time Thursday 5 March | 10am-12pm Hosted by Martin Duncan, aka Sunshine Coast Foodie, Scone Time is a delightful way to bring the community together. A red hot success in Montville and Cooroy, we are thrilled to bring Scone Time to the Glass House Mountains. Join us in the Mary Grigor Centre for musical entertainment and a scrumptious morning tea of freshly baked scones. Cost $8, includes morning tea of scones with tea or freshly brewed coffee. Bookings preferred:…
Kilts, bagpipes and clan banners will be on display when Townsville, in far north Queensland, celebrates Tartan Day with Scottish dancing, pipers and a march parading the tartans of the clans to mark the lifting of the English ban that prevented Scots from wearing tartan between 1746 - 1782.
Come dance with The Ceilidh Clan! A joyful event suitable for all ages. No experience needed - all dances are expertly called by Donald McKay and Nicole Murray. Live music led by Golden Fiddle award winner, Emma Nixon. Tickets at the door only. Tea, coffee, shortbread and tablet available in the hall. Cold drinks available at the bar. Bring all your friends and family for a night of high energy fun!
A folk music club based in Newport - we run several ongoing musical groups and a range of monthly and annual events. Our focus is on participation; at most of our events you can sing, play or join in, although you don't have to! Also presents the annual Newport Folk Festival.
The Kilmore Celtic Festival is a celebration of the early settlers who came from Ireland, Scotland, Cornwall and Wales. Together we come here each year to enjoy their heritage, which is now ours to share in a fun-filled weekend of music, poetry and dance.
A concert to celebrate the anniversary of Tartan Day hosted by the Scottish Associations of south Australia and the Burnside Council Library. It will be held in the Burnside Community hall at401 Greenhill Road, Tusmore commencing at 11.00 am and finishing at 1.30 pm. The program will include talks on the history of the Scottish Tartan, family tartans and the relevance of tartan in fashion today. There will be music from a mini pipe band, Scottish country dancing display, a…