New York City Tartan Day Parade - Saturday, April 4th, 2020   

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Celtic Life: NYC Tartan Week

Against a backdrop of spiraling grey skyscrapers, the ancient call of bagpipes will lead graceful dancers, clan members and re-enactors in full regalia, thousands of plaid-clad participants, and a multitude of wee Scottish dogs...

Tommy Flanagan to Be Grand Marshal of 19th Tartan Day Parade

Today, the National Tartan Day New York Committee President, Kyle Dawson, announced that acclaimed actor Tommy Flanagan, born and raised in Glasgow, Scotland, will be the Grand Marshal of the 19th Annual New York...

Bill Cunningham, Unpublished Photos

A look at the photographs that almost made Bill’s column this year, explained by his longtime collaborator. Read the full article at the New York Times here. Tell us about your experiences at the parade on...

Vikings' Latest Conquest: New York's Times Square

The Wall Street Journal found some vikings in Times Square for the New York Tartan Day Parade. Tell us about your experiences at the parade on social media! Instagram: nyctartanweek Twitter: @nyctartanweek (#NYTartanWeek) Facebook: NYC Tartan Week

Tartan Day in the News!

Check out New York Tartan Day interviews and coverage on FOX News and Scotland Now. Scotland Now is a proud sponsor of the Tartan Day Parade in New York. To read the full article, please...

Carnegie Hall Celebrates Its 125th Birthday with Scotland Sweepstakes

We are happy to be working with Carnegie Hall this year as a sponsor of the parade. Andrew Carnegie is one of the Great Scots that built America, and to be working with his...

"Outlander" Star Sam Heughan Named Grand Marshal Of The 2016 NY Tartan Day Parade

New York, NY, February 16, 2016 - Today the National Tartan Day New York Committee announced that Scottish actor Sam Heughan, will be the Grand Marshal in the 2016 New York Tartan Day Parade...

A Bottle and Friend

A Bottle and Friend There’s nane that’s blest of human kind, But the cheerful and the gay, man, Here’s a bottle and an honest friend! What wad ye wish for mair, man? Wha kens, before his life may end, What...

The Origins of New York’s Tartan Day Parade

In 1999, the first Tartan Day Parade, consisting of two pipe bands and a small but spirited group of Scottish Americans, including Grand Marshall Cliff Robertson, walked from the British Consulate to the United...

New York Brought to a Halt as Legions of Scots March

THOUSANDS of Scots literally stopped traffic in the city that never sleeps - and the Record and sister website Scotland Now were right there in the midst of it. To read the full article, please...

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