Join the Caledonian Society of Arizona in celebrating the Phoenix Scottish Games 56th year!
Enjoy food, fun, and entertainment while exploring the history, flavors and culture of Scotland,
SCOTLAND IN THE DESERT!
March 7-8, 2020
Steele Indian School Park
TICKET INFORMATION COMING SOON!
We do not accept American Express
Saturday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Ceilidh: 5 PM to 7 PM
Sunday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Whether you can trace your family back to Scotland or you are just Scottish for the weekend, all are welcome at the Phoenix Scottish Games. Discover your Clan, try on a kilt, or do crafts with the kids at this all-ages festival showcasing competitive highland dancing, pipe bands, heavy athletics, country dancing, historical re-enactments, vintage British car exhibitions, children’s activities, and representatives of over 55 Clans.
Be sure to join us at the Athletic Field on Saturday at noon for our Opening Ceremonies!
Closing Ceremonies will be held Sunday at 3:30PM on the lower field.
Are you going to be bringing your dog to the Phoenix Scottish Games?
There will be a “Dogs In Kilts” contest in the North Field at the Phoenix Dog Magazine tent.
Contests will be at 3 on Saturday and 2 on Sunday
WE ARE IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS!!
Hit the “VOLUNTEER” button above and sign up! Does your business support volunteering? We will supply any volunteer who need it a voucher showing to show that you volunteered!!
THE PHOENIX SCOTTISH GAMES IS PROUDLY SPONSORED BY
PUT YOUR CLAN OR BUSINESS NAME ON A COMPETITION CABER!
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Are you interested in being a Sponsor? Click HERE to download our Sponsorship flyer.
Thanks to Desert Health Specialists for being our ON-SITE First Aid Providers
Our Friends at the Irish Cultural Center are holding a raffle!!!
The Phoenix Scottish Games is produced by the Caledonian Society of Arizona a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the preservation of the Scottish culture.
The Phoenix Scottish Games is a Rain or Shine Event
Games Chair: Paul Bell
Athletics Chair: Tim Timm
Vendor Chair: David McBee
Entertainment: Don Finch
Volunteer Chair: Laura Hightower
Genealogy Volunteers: Robert M. Wilbanks IV
Clans: Mark Pelletier
Pipe Bands: Paul Bell
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