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Iona is the only Scottish focused traditional music session that happens regularly in Brooklyn, NY (every Monday night, from 9.00pm til late). Drawing heavily from the pipes and fiddle repertoire of Scotland, Shetland and the Hebrides, Cape Breton Island and Donegal, the Iona Session includes a great variety of traditional and modern tunes. If you’ve […]
New York City Tartan Week is excited to host its second Scottish Gaelic Song Competition, The NYCTW Mòd. Singers from across North America and beyond will compete in this prestigious singing competition which will take place at The Tailor Public House in Manhattan on Thursday 4th April, 2024. Each performer will sing one song at the competition. There […]
The Highland Divas present their reimagined show at their Tartan Week home, the iconic Cutting Room. With special guest, Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo creative director, and talented songwriter, Michael Braithwaite and some very special guests to be announced. A journey from the Scottish roots of early American music to Rock Opera. 30 + 2 drink […]
The iconic NYCC Pre-Parade Ceilidh returns to The View at The Battery for 2024! Scotland's chart-topping Ceilidh band, Whisky Kiss, will lead us once again as we reel the night away, with additional entertainment to be announced. Enjoy delectable food and drink, stunning sites, and spectacular entertainment! With views overlooking New York Harbor and the […]
Back once again for 2024, Craig Weir & Friends’ Tartan Week Hoolie will return to the home of previous Grand Marshal Alan Cumming’s, Club Cumming on April 5th. To date, the event has featured a variety of pop-up entertainment from renowned acts such as The Highland Divas, Whisky Kiss, Gleadhraich and The Laurettes as well […]
Join the New York Caledonian Club on the final day of NYC Tartan Week 2024 for our annual Sunday Scottish fry! Enjoy traditional Scottish brunch fare as well as the rousing sounds of live traditional Scottish music. Eat, drink, be merry, and replenish from the post-parade festivities. We can’t wait to see you there! The […]