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Feis Chlobhair Clover Highland Games & ScotsIrish Festival - Expired Event

Location Boyd Tire and Appliance
110 N Main Street
Blue Eagle Academy's Walking Trail
Clover, SC 29710
November 10, 2018 - November 11, 2018 1

From Feis Chlobhair Clover Highland Games & ScotsIrish Festival Website:

Feis Chlobhair Clover Highland Games & Scots-Irish Festival

Friday, November 10th 6:30-9:00 PM

Cil (pronounced "Kay-lee") kick-off party at the parking lot of Boyd Tire and Appliance, located at 110 North Main Street. Trying something new this year, The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce will be bringing the Cil outdoors! With music by MacGilliossa, beer from Highland Brewing Company and featuring the food trucks to satisfy different flavors: Jackson's Kitchen Inc. Emergensweets, Bebo's Mac Shack, Magnolia's Poboys, Ruthie's of Charlotte and Zaroob Food Truck. The night's emcee will be DJ Ray Ray with Ray Ray Karaoke & DJ. There is NO entry fee to the Cil.

- Friday, November 10th 6:30-8:00 PM
- Saturday, November 11th 3:00-4:30 PM

Saturday, November 11th 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Feis Chlobhair will take place at Blue Eagle Academy's Walking Trail, located at the corner of Knox Street and Memorial Drive in Clover, SC. We will have a fun-filled day of live music by ClannDarragh and MacGilliossa; Clans and/or Societies set up throughout the festival to share their ancestral knowledge; various food and arts & crafts vendors; Irish dancers from Connick School of Irish Dance; Triumph Club of the Carolinas with some pretty neat British vehicles on display; the incredible sounds of pipes & drums from The City of Greenville Pipes and Drums; beer from Highland Brewing Company & the Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce, John Miles, historian lecturing the audience on The Viking Invasion of Scotland and Captain Kidd, Scottish Sailor & Pirate and much more
Contact nameAmy Gonzalez
Event Website
Show hoursFri 6:30-9, Sat 9-4

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