Tartan Day South Highland Games & Celtic Festival | Clan MacFarlane Hospitality Tent | Cayce, South Carolina, USA
The International Clan Macfarlane Society will host a Hospitality Tent at the Tartan Day South Highland Games & Celtic Festival in Cayce, South Carolina, USA. The tent will be hosted by Debbie McFarland-Webb, Commissioner for the Carolinas.
Come Join us for a day of Clan fellowship and fun!
ABOUT TARTAN DAY SOUTH HIGHLAND GAMES & CELTIC FESTIVAL
The Tartan Day South Highland Games & Celtic Festival is a four day event honoring the impact that Scots, Irish, Welsh and Scots-Irish have had on the history of the Columbia, South Carolina, USA area. The festival strives to highlight that impact through activities on the field and throughout the area.
The festival is an array of different events at many different venues featuring unique sports, incredible music, great foods and interactive as well as interesting exhibitions. The event is one of a kind in the midlands. Nearly 72,500 patrons have attended Tartan Day South events since 2011, the growth has been phenomenal in just eight short years. Come join us in celebrating the contributions of Scottish and Irish Americans and the culture they love that brings such great fun for all ages right here at home!
Tartan Day South was conceived by John Banks with the Historic Columbia Speedway and is co-produced by John Banks and Donovan Murray of Celtic Force Enterprises. On behalf of the producers, the owners of Historic Columbia Speedway, The River Alliance and our Partners, we welcome you to Tartan Day South.
EVENTS AT TARTAN DAY SOUTH CELEBRATION
Free movie night (sundown), Celtic Commotion Concert on Friday night (6-10pm), Sat. full day of events (9am-5pm) including Highland athletics, pipe bands, Celtic music, Clan/Society tents, Celtic Marketplace, herding demonstrations, birds of prey, sword fighting exhibitions, dancing, British car show, and even a hurling match, all take place at the Historic Columbia Speedway in Cayce, SC
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