Win tickets to the Bridge of Allan Highland Games!
Central FM are once again proud to partner with Bridge of Allan Highland Games and are excited to be the main sponsor of the event!
Back for 2024, Bridge of Allan Highland Games returns and promises to be even more spectacular than ever. Picture this; elegant highland dancers, colourful pipe bands, huge strongmen tossing the caber. With a plethora of other events, stalls and entertainments spread out in a picturesque and historic setting - there is something for everyone.
Bridge of Allan is one of Scotland’s premier Highland Games, attracting crowds of between 5,000 and 10,000 people. The games field nestles between Stirling Castle – Scotland’s grandest historic attraction, the beautiful Ochil Hills and the National Wallace Monument.
The games themselves offer a fun packed programme of traditional cultural and sporting events for all the family to enjoy. Crowd-pleasing heavyweight competitions, almost two hundred highland dancers and more than a thousand pipers are just some of the highlights of the day.
You can also enjoy running, cycling and wrestling, browse among trade stands and craft stalls. Refreshments & food are available all-day. For the young ones there’s more thrills to enjoy in the popular funfair, adjoining the Games field.
Whether you live in Scotland and you’re looking for a fantastic day out or you’re visiting on holiday, you can’t fail to be impressed by such a concentration of traditional Scottish events and entertainment. The climax of the day – the massed pipe bands – is one of the most inspiring and emotional sights of Scotland.
Bridge of Allan Highland Games is run to professional standards by dedicated local volunteers who look forward to meeting you in August!
Listen to the Home Run every afternoon from 3 each day between Monday 15th and Friday 19th July and identify the song we’ve ‘Kilted Up’ to win a family pass.
You also have a chance to win a family pass by filling in the form below:
The competition closes at midnight on Friday 2nd August