2024 Arisaig Highland Games

The 2023 Games were a great success with a large crowd, great weather and top quality competitors across all the event groups. A big thank you to all who attended or competed at the Games and to all of our sponsors and helpers who made the event possible.

For full details of the 2023 results and photo galleries of the event, visit our Facebook page.

The Arisaig Highland Games will return this summer with the usual mix of Piping, Highland Dancing, Heavy events and Track & Field. The Games are followed by a traditional Ceilidh in the village hall in the evening.

The Games will be held on Wednesday 31st July at Traigh Farm, Arisaig, and will be officially opened at 12 noon by the Games Chieftain.

For 2023, we introduced some changes to the Dancing and Junior piping competitions. The prize money across all of the Open dancing competitions was been substantially increased – full details on the Dancing competition page of the website and via our Facebook page.

The Junior piping will now has a separate draw at 12:30pm and the competition will start around 1pm.

Our sponsors from Ardnamurchan Distillery will be present at the field in their marquee offering whisky tastings and the opportunity to purchase some of their single malts.

We accept both card and cash payments at the entrance gate, but please be aware that many of the trade stands and refreshment stalls will be cash only!

Thank you for your continued support of Arisaig Highland Games and we hope to see you next summer!

The venue is the scenic location of Traigh Farm, Arisaig with sweeping views across sandy beaches towards the Cuillins of Skye & the Small Isles of Eigg and Rhum.

Arisaig Highland Games

Wednesday 31st July 2024

The Arisaig Games will open at 12 noon on Wednesday 31st July, 2024 and will feature the 17th annual Clan Ranald Gathering.

The Games features a full list of traditional events including solo piping, throwing the hammer, tossing the caber, highland dancing, and a range of track and field events including children’s races.

Around the arena there will be a variety of side shows, exhibition tents, trade stalls and refreshment stands.

*As stated above, although card payments accepted at the entrance gates, please bear in mind that many trade stands or refreshment stands will be cash only – there are no cash machines available at the Games field.

To round it all off, we finish with a traditional cèilidh dance in the village hall in the evening with music this year from the Glenfinnan Ceilidh Band.

This is our home. Fàilte Oirbh. Welcome. Come share it with us for a day or two.

Entrance Fees:- 

Adults £8, Concessions £4
Family Ticket £22
Parking £2

There are no competition fee’s, but competitors pay standard admission rate for entry to the Games.

Card & cash payments accepted at entrance gates.

(*Please be aware most trade stands will be cash-only).

Cèilidh Dance:-

Admission £10 (Admission to u18’s with an accompanying adult only).