What You'll Get
Modern families gather around the television at night, much like earlier families gathered around the radio and even earlier families gathered around a burning stack of their enemies’ clothes. Come together with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$14 for Highland Games admission package for two on Saturday, April 5 (up to $24 value) $12 for Highland Games admission package for two on Sunday, April 6 (up to $24 value) $23 for Highland Games admission package for four on Sunday, April 6 (up to $48 value)
- One single-day admission per person to the 2014 San Antonio Highland Games (up to an $11 value each)
- One drink per person (a $1 value each)
Traveling from as far away as Japan and Sweden, athletes loft up to 22-foot-long trimmed trees during the caber toss—one of the Scotland’s most unusual but crowd-pleasing traditions—or hurl rocks weighing up to 28 pounds during the stone put. Meanwhile, multiple performance stages showcase a lineup of diverse entertainers, including a mix of Celtic rock and fire juggling from Celtica, melodic folk from Abby Green, and traditional bagpipe music from San Antonio Pipes and Drums. Meanwhile, living-history exhibits educate visitors with live reenactments of Viking battles and demonstrations of life in the British Isles during the Iron Age, before humans learned how to forge steel into computers.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for date purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About San Antonio Highland Games & Celtic Music Festival
The San Antonio Highland Games & Celtic Music Festival's annual Celtic culture and athletics festival traditionally draws thousands of real and would-be Scots for an action- and bagpipe-packed weekend each year. Male and female athletes grown bored with sports that don't involve lead hammers or young trees have traveled from as far away as Japan and Sweden to test their mettle in the athletic field’s traditional Scottish strength competitions and have 3 stages of live music to dance all weekend. The association's founders trace their lineage to numerous Scottish clans, and encourage others to explore their Celtic genealogy with festival workshops.