Stirling Highland Games loves to offer our visitors an opportunity to experience some creative art during the event. We annually engage with several art forms that look to inspire, create discussions and entertain us all.
Stirling Gaelic Choir
We will be welcoming back the Stirling Gaelic Choir who will be looking to share their amazing live performances with you several times throughout the day.
The Choir will be singing a mix of songs from their repertoire of Gaelic music, including fast-paced Puirt a Beul style tunes, modern songs written by the MacDonald brothers of Celtic folk/rock group Runrig and older traditional songs.
We are delighted to bring them on board to showcase the beautiful Gaelic language in song, and an amazing memory you will be able to take away with you.
Stirling Gaelic Choir was founded in 1948 and could more realistically be called the Central Scotland Gaelic Choir, as its 40 plus members travel to rehearsals from Balfron to Glenrothes, Bonnybridge to Crieff, and all parts in between.
Stirling Highland Games provides our visitors with a complimentary on-site Heritage Tour as part of our creative arts offering.
These take place throughout the day during the event so make sure you don’t miss out. We want to share part of our Scottish history with you, as the highland games site provides great views of Cambuskenneth Abbey, The National Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle.
Join one of our tours, led by our guides as well as Stirling’s very own archeologist, Dr Murray Cook.