Columbus
Scottish Festival

 

24th Annual

Columbus Scottish Festival

September 12th and 13th, 2015

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Join us for a weekend of Scottish entertainment, competition, history and much more.


New Updates:
Vendors (8-26-15)
Clans (8-11-15)
Schedule (8-6-15)
Children's Activities (8-2-15)
Entertainment Schedule (7-28-15)

DATE

Saturday, September 12, 2015 8 am - 5 pm EDT
Sunday, September 13, 2015 8 am. - 4 pm EDT

LOCATION

Bartholomew County Fairgrounds
Columbus, Indiana

TICKETS

Online ticket purchase now available. See the Tickets page for purchase information.

MAPS

Map to Fairgrounds courtesy of MapQuest
Map of the Festival Grounds (Subject to change)


EVENTS

  • Highland Dancers
  • Clan Tents
  • Heavy Athletics
  • Entertainment
  • Sheep Dogs
  • European Cars
  • Bag Pipers
  • Reenactors / Living History
  • Children’s Activities
  • Scottish Country Dancing
  • Merchandise and Food Vendors
  • Ceilidh
  • Scottish Highland Cattle

ATHLETICS COMPETITION

The Columbus Scottish Festival is proud to host the 2015 Annual Highland Games Competition. For more information see the Athletics page .

CEILIDH

Saturday, September 12th at the Fairgrounds, See the Ceilidh page for details.

SPONSORSHIP

Would you like to be a sponsor of the 2015 Columbus Scottish Festival?  For more information see the Sponsors page or email sponsor@scottishfestival.org .

VOLUNTEERS

Want to Help? Take a look at the Volunteer page.

PET POLICY

If you are planning to bring a pet to the Columbus Scottish Festival please read our Pet Policy.  You may view the Pet Policy here or download a PDF file of the policy.

MORE INFORMATION

If you have any questions or would like more information, see the Contacts page.


ADVOCATES FOR CHILDREN

The Columbus Scottish Festival is a proud sponsor of Advocates for Children. This organization trains CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) volunteers to advocate for abused or neglected children who are involved in legal proceedings.  CASA volunteers work to ensure that these children are given safe, permanent homes.

Please visit their website at www.apowerfulvoice.org .