The forty-fifth annual Tacoma Highland Games is back this weekend at Frontier Park. Beginning this year, the Tacoma Highland Games will be a two-day event.
Festivities kick off Friday, June 27, with the first annual Celtic concert from 6 to 9 p.m. The concert includes food and commercial vendors, a beer garden and performances by local bands including Ockham’s Razor and Banshie along with other Celtic-style entertainment. This is a free event with a $5 parking fee.
The games take place Saturday, June 28, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and include youth field events, a dancing competition, a heavy field event, piping and drumming competitions, and more. There will also be a British Isles car show among other activities.
The Tacoma Highland Games is open to all ages and will take place at Frontier Park, 21718 Meridian Avenue East in Graham.
- $15 for adult
- $10 for youth (6-18), seniors and military
- Free for children five and younger
Families and groups are welcome to stay on-site during the weekend. Hookup vehicles will cost $25 per night and non-hookup accommodations will be $20.
To learn more about the games, please visit www.tacomagames.org.
Diana Kildow, Tacoma Highland Games President
Cara Cross, Recreation Supervisor