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Scottish Games Get Underway In Greenville

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Scottish Games Return To Greenville Scottish Games Return To Greenville
GREENVILLE, S.C. -

Get ready for fun, food and music of the Greenville Scottish Games.

The annual celebration gets underway Thursday night when Gallabrae comes to Downtown Alive. The City of Greenville and the Metropolitan ARts Council will let Gallabrae provide the music for the event. It runs from 5:30pm to 8:30pm at NOMA Square in front of the Hyatt on Main Street.

Things really take off Friday, with the Great Scot! Parade. It begins at 6pm on the corner of East North and Main Streets. Scottish Wood Faeries, Clans and bands will parading down Main Street to the Peace Center.

That leads up to the Great Scot! Ceilidh at 7:30pm at the Peace Center Amphitheater. The unique concert features Cleghorn and Albannach.

Saturday, the games get underway. The Scottish Games kick off at 8:30am at Furman University and run until 5pm. Your family can enjoy the Greenville Pipes and Drum competitions, Wee Scotland for the kids, highland dancing, a British Car Show and of course, the games themselves. The Opening Ceremony is schedule for 10:30am.

The event wraps up Saturday night with he Celtic Jam at 6:30pm at Furman University.

The Peace Center for the Performing Arts will be handling the online ticket sales for:
• The Great Scot! Ceilidh http://www.peacecenter.org/shows/2013/sct1
• The Greenville Scottish Games http://www.peacecenter.org/shows/2013/sct2
• The Celtic Jam http://www.peacecenter.org/shows/2013/sct3

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