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WE ARE BACK! THE NATIONAL TARTAN DAY NEW YORK COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES: JOIN US FOR THE 24th ANNUAL NYC Tartan Week TARTAN DAY PARADE Saturday April 9, 2022 Returning in person for the first time since 2019, the NYC Tartan Day...

The 275th Anniversary of the Battle of Culloden: A Look at Culloden’s Significance Within...

On this day in 1746, the ‘45 reached its apex as Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Jacobite army came sword to bayonet with the Duke of Cumberland’s army on that fabled foggy moor. The Battle of...

The 23rd Annual NYC Tartan Week Celebrations (Virtual This Year)

Below you will see a list of events being hosted by Us, and our partner organizations to celebrate National Tartan Day. Under the "where to watch" column, you will find a hyper link to the...

Women’s History Month: Scottish Heroine, Flora MacDonald

During Women's History Month, we're taking a look at some of the most memorable female figures in Scottish history. Read on to learn about Flora MacDonald, who famously formulated the Bonnie Prince Charlie's escape from Scotland...

Banff Castle Pipeband

Let’s welcome to the 2020 Tartan Day Parade proceedings! Banff Castle Pipeband formed in 2009 by a Father and Son duo, Kevin and Andrew Cook, who are both pipers. Slowly, along with many family...

The Edinburgh Academy Pipes and Drums

We are so happy that The Edinburgh Academy Pipes and Drums are going to join us for their third trip up 6th Avenue next year for the NYC Tartan Day Parade! The Edinburgh Academy was...

Isle of Cumbrae Pipe Band to march in the 2020 NYC Tartan Day Parade

We’re happy to announce that the Isle of Cumbrae Pipe Band will be joining us for the New York City Tartan Day Parade 2020! The Isle of Cumbrae, or Great Cumbrae is situated just off...

Last but not least in our Viking Series is Up Helly Aa – Lerwick.

In 6 months these 3 Jarl Squads will unite and parade up 6th Avenue in Manhattan. We can’t wait! Thank you so much to Dwayne Davies for providing us with the fascinating history and...

Next up in our Viking series is Up Helly Aa – Bressay!

The tradition of Up Helly Aa has been alive in Bressay since the early 1930s, although the festival hasn’t run annually since then. The first festival was held in 1930. Only a few details are...

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