2024 Loch Norman Highland Games and Scottish Festival - 30th Anniversary

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2024 Loch Norman Highland Games and Scottish Festival - 30th Anniversary

Grab your tickets now at their lowest rate for the 2024 30th Annual Loch Norman Highland Games and Scottish Festival.

By Historic Rural Hill

When and where

Date and time

April 20, 2024 · 8am - April 21, 2024 · 5pm EDT


Historic Rural Hill 4431 Neck Road Huntersville, NC 28078

About this event

  • 1 day 9 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

The Loch Norman Highland Games is a traditional Scottish festival that takes place annually at Historic Rural Hill, located near the shores of Lake Norman in North Carolina. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the event, which will take place on April 20th and 21st 2024.

The festival celebrates Scottish heritage and culture through a variety of events, activities, and competitions. Visitors can enjoy traditional Scottish music and dance performances, as well as athletic competitions such as caber tossing, hammer throwing, and tug-of-war.

In addition to the athletic events, there are also cultural demonstrations, including Scottish food and drink, historical reenactments, and educational presentations about Scottish history and culture.

The Loch Norman Highland Games is known for its sense of community and inclusivity. Visitors are encouraged to participate in the events and competitions, and there are activities for all ages, including a children's area.

The Loch Norman Highland Games is a lively and festive celebration of Scottish culture and the 30th anniversary promises to be an especially memorable event.

***Tickets are nonrefundable***

To purchase your Highland Games Parking Pass please click here. (Day of parking is cash only)

To purchase camping passes please click here.

About the organizer

Organized by
Historic Rural Hill

Historic Rural Hill is a private non-profit organization located in Huntersville, NC.  We operate a 265 acre working farm that is owned by Mecklenburg County Parks and Rec.  Rural Hill is a working farm, historic site, educational facility, nature preserve, and event site.  We host events year round and many are fundraisers for the site that help us put on free community oriented events and educational programs for local schools.  We also operate as the historic homestead of the Davidson family.  We offer tours and living history to educate the community on the local history and we are open year round.  We would love to have you visit us for one our events or to learn more about the sites history.  We offer a wide variety of events, educational programs, living history experiences, and volunteer opportunities.