Less than 2 Weeks and they’re gone

Ticket sales ends in less than 2 weeks to our Robbie Burns 2024 Dinner and Performance.

This year we have a new selection of music, as well as a few favorites.

There will be the traditional Roast Beef buffet dinner.

We have Highland Dancers performing.

We have the Fraser Highland Shoppe setting up like they normally do.

We will once again be having a silent auction.  Items are being listed on our site as we receive them.

We hope you will join us for an evening of Pipe Music, fellowship, and an excellent dinner.

Robbie Burns 2024 tickets now available!

Join us at our annual Robbie Burns dinner and performance.  Bagpipes.  Haggis.  Highland Dancers.  The Address to the Haggis.  What more could you want?

We will be having a silent auction at the event.  As items are donated, we will also list them on our site, where you will be able to bid on the items.

Purchase your ticket HERE

Robbie Burns 27 Jan 2024 – Plan To Go Tickets available!

We are in the planning stages of our 2024 Robbie Burns event.  To help us determine how large a venue to rent, we have created an “I’m planning to go” product.

  • Purchasing this product guarantees you the early bird pricing on the Robbie Burns 2024 ticket once it is set.
  • You can apply the purchase price of this product against your purchase of the Event Ticket through the WALLET function.
  • If we are unable to hold the event for any reason, we will refund this purchase upon request.
  • If we hold the event and you do not purchase tickets to attend, this product will be considered a donation.

Please purchase 1 ticket for each attendee.  This helps us plan for the attendance count.

Our event is Family Friendly;   It is a fundraising event to support the Airdrie Scots Pipes and Drums.

Any questions or concerns about this product, or the Robbie Burns 2024 tickets, please contact us at treasurer@airdriescots.ca

Practice in the Park! May 14th 2022

The band is performing this Saturday early afternoon, and will be holding our weekly practice immediately afterwards (weather permitting), in Nose Creek Park.  This will be a relaxed practice, and an opportunity for the community to come out and meet the members of the band.

We expect to be there around 1:30p.m. and expect to wrap up by around 3.

If you play, are interested in learning, or Highland Dance, come say Hi!

Also, we are looking to add Brass and Reed instruments to the band, so if you play one of those, we’d like to speak to you!