Maxville Ontario — It’s the middle of a grand summer and what could be better than being outdoors taking in some great music at the many festivals and events throughout the region. One of the best places to be totally entertained is the Glengarry Highland Games August 2nd and 3rd in Maxville, Ontario.
The Games bring together the best in local celtic bands along with popular headliners from across North America and Scotland. This year’s lineup is one of the best. The Elders from Kansas City, Missouri is a top American Celtic-rock bands that headlines the biggest Celtic festivals in North America & Europe. Their skillful blend of American roots rock and amped-up Celtic folk combines for a performance that is high-octane and progressive, yet rooted in tradition.
The Elders will be the 2013 Games Tattoo and Concert headliners on Friday, August 2nd and will also be performing in the Tents on Saturday afternoon. From Scotland, the George Watson’s College Pipes and Drums will also be part of the impressive line-up for the Friday Night Tattoo and Concert.
A newcomer to the Games, Charlie Zahm is one of the most popular soloists at Celtic music festivals and events anywhere east of the Mississippi. Zahm is a talented musician and an exceptional vocalist with an unforgettable baritone. His songs will provide magical moments as he relates Irish and Scottish history through his music.