Scottish Highland Dancing Competition 2022


Saturday 9th July 2022
Doors: 10:00am
Minnigaff Playing Field, Minnigaff, Scotland


Scottish Highland Dancing Competition 2022

Join traditional Scottish Highland dancers at Minnigaff Playing Fields on Saturday 9th July 2022 for a fantastic day of competition featuring dancers from all over Scotland, the UK and Ireland and International competitors. There'll also be market stalls, bouncy castles, children's entertainment, BBQ and the festival bar available throughout the day for a brilliant day out for all the family.

This will be the second Highland dancing competition we've hosted and it follows on from the huge success of 2019's competition which saw 47 outstanding young dancers competing throughout the day accompanied by the brilliant Gregor Norris on pipes.

You can find out all about the competition on the Scottish Highland Dancing Competition page including details of what will be available at the park in 2022.


Minnigaff Playing Field

Minnigaff Playing Field
Kirroughtree Avenue

Minnigaff Playing Field is located just north of the B7079 New Galloway Road which runs from the A712 and A75, to the West, over the Creebridge to meet the A714 which runs directly, north/south, through Newton Stewart.

Trad Music Trust

The 9th annual Newton Stewart & Minnigaff Traditional Music & Dance Festival takes place over the 7th-9th July 2023 and, after an incredible year in 2022, will continue the festival's tradition of bringing the absolute best in traditional Scottish, Irish and World music and dance to perform in Galloway. Stay tuned throughout the year for programme announcements, or grab an Early Bird Weekend Pass - on sale now - and secure your seats now for 2023!

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