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CRHG 2019 was a huge success and we are going to do it all again even better next year. CRHG 2020 will have all the events you love; mass band, highland dance, heavy games and everyone's favourite Celts have talent. Hope to see you there

Buzz saws and Bagpipes, or the Art of the Birl and the Skirl

     People who enjoy the sound of buzz saws at Logger Sports and the skirl of the bagpipes of traditional Scottish Highland Gatherings are in for a major treat at next August’s Campbell River Logger Sports at Nunn’s Creek Park on August 9,10 and 11, 2019


Highland Heavy Games begin at noon on Friday alongside Salmon Fest Logger Sports events and go all weekend.

The Piping and Drumming Events start early Saturday morning as solo and trio competitions get underway.

The Official Grand Opening of the Gathering will take place on Saturday at 12:30 pm with a MASSED BANDS performance and Band March-Past to herald it.

Saturday afternoon events start with Pipeband competitions from 1 to 3:30pm,  followed by our new event called

between 3:30 and 7pm

To demonstrate that the pipes and drums are not just relegated to a defined set of rules you’ll see that they integrate well with other musical instruments and styles.

There are two categories

  1. Celts Have Talent B – 6 pipers and more + any instrument

     The objective is to have bands perform their medleys on stage and integrate other instruments to showcase the variety of music that can be produced.
(see Celts have Talent Page for rules.

You’ll get to see some excellent performances.


   2. Celts Have Talent  A – 1 to Five Pipers + any instrument including vocals.

     Many pipers and drummers are joining Celtic Groups to complement them with a very special sound.

     Adjudication for these events is based on popularity via a panel of Celebrity Judges as well as the audience.

     Band, Solo Piping and Drumming winners will be posted during the day and  recognized during “Celts Have Talent”

Sunday will see the HIGHLAND HEAVY GAMES continue and on stage, the

   Click Here to go to the Highland Dance Competition page

Vendors will be a big part of the weekend as participants and spectators alike can avail themselves of Celtic goods, a wide variety of meals and tastings from some of the areas local brew-houses and distilleries. Please Click Here.

                Volunteers are encouraged to Click Here

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