Kincardine Scottish Festival

July 5, 2014
716 Princess St. N, Kincardine, ON, Canada

 Admission: Weekend Pass Admission to Friday, Saturday & Sunday Events ~ $35.00 ea. Junior Weekend Pass (ages 13 – under 19) ~ $25.00 ea. Children under 12 ~ Free Friday July 5, 2013 ~ $10.00 ea. Saturday July 6, 2013 All Day Pass ~ $25.00 ea. Saturday 8pm to Close Only ~ $10.00 ea. Saturday Heavy’s Events Only ~ $10.00 ea. Sunday July 7, 2013 ~ $10.00 ea.

Kincardine will play host to visitors from both sides of the Border at the 15th Annual Kincardine Scottish Festival and Highland Games, July 4th, 5th & 6th, 2014. Visitors will be invited to enjoy the sights and sounds of Scotland on the shores of Loch Huron. Over twenty-five Pipe Bands, Highland Dancers and Celtic performers will thrill and entertain.

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