20th Annual Queen Mary ScotsFest
Feb. 15 - 16, 2014 | 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Eighty-three years ago, in a small seaside town in Scotland called Clydebank, construction began on the Queen Mary. Exemplifying the fine craftsmanship of Scotland, the Queen Mary’s Scottish legacy is undeniable and today we celebrate our ship’s glorious heritage with a two-day festival honoring Scottish culture and history.
The 21st Annual Queen Mary ScotsFest in Long Beach offers guests a glimpse into Scottish culture and history and features authentic Scottish music, dancing, athletic competitions, food and drinks, and much more.
Featuring a variety of traditional Scottish activities including athletic competitions like the caber toss, a Grand Parade with authentic clans, whisky tasting, a Kids Zone, sheepherding and Vendor Village. Learn more.
Athletics, dancing, piping and darts. Watch competitors battle through a wide array of traditional Scottish events. Learn more.
AUTHENTIC FOOD & BEVERAGES
Have a hankering for some haggis, neeps and tatties? Not exactly sure what those are? Don't worry, you'll experience a variety of authentic Scottish cuisine and whisky and learn all about the culinary traditions that make these foods so unique. Learn more.
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - ROCK YER KILT CONCERT
After the lights go down on ScotsFest on Feb. 15, the sounds of Scottish rock will fill the night air. Jump aboard and tilt your Kilt to some of the best Scottish, Gaelic, and Celtic bands this side of the pond. Learn more.
With so much do to at ScotsFest the best way to enjoy it is by staying on board the legendary Queen Mary. Check out our special offers, packages and promotions. More info coming soon.
Do you have a product, good or service you believe fits the Scottish theme? Learn more.
Calling all Scottish clans! Share and exhibit your proud heritage from the great land of the Scots. Learn more.