Colorado Tartan Day 2020
Dates: April 11 - 12, 2020 in Longmont
Colorado Tartan Day was originally conceived as a day to celebrate Scotland's cultural and historic contributions to the world. We invite all who have embraced the Tartan to join us in celebrating family, community, nation, heritage, and the human need for connection. Clan Ramsay will attend this festival - at least for Saturday, if not both days.
Clan Ramsay at Colorado Tartan Day
Pikes Peak Celtic Festival 2020
Dates: probably June 19-21, 2020 in Colorado Springs
The Pikes Peak Celtic Festival blossomed from an old tradition in Colorado Springs. Previously labeled the Pikes Peak Highland Games that ended in 1999, this new festival brings the old one back on line, including bagpipe and dance competitions, live music, and "real" Irish and Scottish cuisine. This will be the second outing for Clan Ramsay at this festival, so we are still learning the ropes here.
Photos from Pikes Peak Fest
Clan Ramsay at Elizabeth
Elizabeth Celtic Festival-2020
Dates: probably July 18-19, 2020
This is the longest running Celtic festival & highland games in the Denver Metro Area! Located in gorgeous treefilled Casey Jones Park, it's almost always 5 to 10 degrees cooler than the Denver area! Come see
the traditional merchants and local artisans - and some great entertainment for the kiddos! Clan Ramsay may not attend this festival this year, but will return in subsequent years.
Colorado Scottish Festival 2020
Clan Ramsay at Colorado Scot Fest
Dates: August 1 and 2nd, 2020
The Annual Colorado Scottish Festival came to Edgewater in 2018 !!
The St. Andrews Society of Colorado announces a highland leap forward with the move of our annual Colorado Scottish Festival back to the Denver Metro area in the City of Edgewater. The long tradition of celebrating all things Scottish will bring the added convenience of being right in you own backyard. Edgewater's Citizens Park will be a fitting venue for our 57th annual games.
Clan Ramsay Colorado will be in
attendance at this festival.
Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highlands Festival 2020
Dates: September 11 thru 13, 2020
For more than three decades, Estes Park has been the backdrop for one of the nation's largest celebrations of the heritage, the sounds, the tastes, and the arts of the Scottish and Irish cultures.
Held annually the weekend after Labor Day, Estes Park's Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival is the largest gathering of its kind between the Mississippi River and California, and traditionally hosts bands - from the marching kind to the rocking kind and everything in-between - hailing from Great Britain, Scotland, Ireland, Canada and, of course, the United States.
With jousting knights, dancing girls, hoisting athletes and calling bagpipes, groups and families of all ages will catch the Celtic spirit at this festival - surrounded by the scenic peaks of Estes Park! Clan Ramsay will be there at least through the weekend, if not the entire festival span.
Clan Ramsay at Longs Peak