We are thrilled to announce that this year, in honour of Canada’s 150th Anniversary, we will be presenting the Cambridge Scottish Festival concert for FREE in front of the Cambridge City Hall! Mark your calendars for the evening of July 14th, as we have partnered with the creative minds at E-Bolt Music to bring you a fun-filled evening of both traditional and contemporary music with a Scottish twist.

Returning to perform at this year’s Festival concert are Hamilton-based Steel City Rovers, who joining us for the 2nd year in a row to offer their Celt-a-Billy sound. They are joined by talented local artists Stringymajig and the “Piper in the Burg” Andrew Huxley Osborne. Be entertained by—and learn a few new moves from—Stringymajig's Step Dancers and Cambridge’s own Blair Scottish Country Dancers. We are especially pleased to announce that also joining us this year is the E-Bolt Music Band. These musicians are a staple on the local music scene and promise to bring their own brand of rock complete with a Scottish twist to this year’s concert stage, and two-time Canadian Folk Music Award nominee Benjamin Dakota Rogers, renowned for his powerful fiddle and guitar.

Enjoy delicious offerings from local food vendors, as well as fine craft beer from our friends at Grand River Brewing.


Best of all, admission to an evening of music and fun is FREE! The fun begins at 7pm. 


With fun for all ages in store, we look forward to seeing you in July!




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About Cambridge Scottish Festival

Highland Games have been taking place for hundreds of years. Originally, these events were organized to keep men in good physical condition so that they were prepared in times of war. Throughout the years, the Highland Games became a great way to spend time with family, enjoy the pipes and drums as well was compete in competitions. Today, we keep that part of Scottish heritage alive and well.

Other Scottish Festivals

Enjoy your Scottish heritage at other events
throughout the summer: 

Other Scottish Festivals

Keep in Touch

Event Address:

 200 Christopher Drive, Cambridge, ON N1R 4S4

Mailing Address:

 Mail 491 Edenvalley Cres, Waterloo, On., N2T 1Y4

 info (@) cambridgescottishfestival.ca

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