July 15, 2017

Hours: 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Ceilidh: 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM


Admission at the gate:
Adults - $17
Seniors (65+) - $12
Children (15 & under) - $5 or free with a donation
of a canned good for the food shelf


Join us for our annual Burns Night Ceilidh on January 21!
Early bird tickets are now available online!


Social starts at 6:30 pm with a cash bar and light tea and shortbread. The Scottish Fair will have meat pies to purchase. The entertainment starts out with the traditional toasts then on the Highland and Country dancing followed by the ever popular ceilidh dancing.

Featuring the band Dalwinnie, Macalester Pipeband, MSCDA and RSCDS dancers

Early-bird online ticket prices
$21 - Adults
$5 - Children 16 & under
Free - Children 5 & under
$55 - Family cap (2 adults & children)

At the door
$25 - Adults
$6 - Children 16 & under
Free - Children 5 & under
$60 - Family cap (2 adults & children)



The Minnesota Scottish Fair is proud to co-host the MWPBA Regional Solos Contest on
Saturday, January 21st, 2017
. Some of the best pipers in the area are competing with the
top three qualifiers from each grade advancing to the Finals in Palatine, IL.

This is a FREE event! The McCracken Pub will have a cash bar available. After the competition is over,
stay for the annual Robert Burns Night Ceilidh (tickets for the ceilidh are available online or at the door).

Both of these events take place at the Celtic Junction: 836 Prior Ave N, Saint Paul on Saturday Jan 21st.
The Pipe Competition starts about 4:00 p.m. and the Burns Night Ceilidh starts at 6:30 p.m.


Thank you to all of our guests, volunteers, exhibitors, competitors and sponsors for another great year! Here is a sample of some of the fun we had this year...the debut of Brass Lassie on the main stage.



The MSF&HG is a low waste event.
The fairgrounds are on a smoke-free campus.
Pets of any kind are not allowed on the fairgrounds. Service animals are always welcome.


The Minnesota Scottish Fair & Highland Games (MSFHG) is a 501(c)3 organiazed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, to promote and preserve Scottish traditions, and heritage through education, competitions, and public display, with a goal to establish and maintain a Scottish Cultural Center.

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