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Friday, Sept. 18-Sunday, Sept. 20

A three-day festival full of entertainment, food, drinks, demonstrations and more, ScotFest brings Celtic culture to Tulsa’s River West Festival Park. As bagpipes and drums echo throughout the festival, tents and stages offer exciting performances and tastings. Two stages will offer festivalgoers great folk and Celtic rock bands; dance floors will welcome five dance schools and their students performing a range of Scottish Highland and Irish dances; Saturday and Sunday will bring out the men and women with muscle as they compete in the Highland Games, which includes the caber toss, hammer throw, sheaf toss and weight for height; a comedy tent will provide laughs by Scottish comedians Luke Ashlocke, Gary Sansome and Roddy Maccines; whiskey tastings will be made available by Rubright & Hardigain; authentic flavors of Scotland will please hungry guests; and Celtic-based vendors will offer their unique merchandise to take home as souvenirs. If you’re a sports fan, don’t worry, ScotFest’s Sports Tent will house TVs showing the games all weekend, and there will be cold beer on tap. And for young ones, The Kids Glen offers Scottish fun for the little ones, including sack races, three-legged races, egg and spoon races and more. Daily general admission is $10 with a $2 service fee. Don’t miss a second with a weekend pass for $25. For more information, visit