Annual summer traditional Scottish outdoor event
The Bute Highland Games are a traditional Scottish sporting event that takes place on the Isle of Bute in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The games are held annually in August and feature a variety of events, including piping, drumming, dancing, heavy athletics, and wrestling.
The Bute Highland Games are a popular event for both locals and visitors alike. The games are a great way to experience Scottish culture and tradition, and they are also a lot of fun.
The event is held at the Meadows/Showground in Rothesay. The Meadows is a large field that is perfect for hosting the games. The field is also close to the town of Rothesay, which makes it easy for spectators to get to the games.
The Bute Highland Games are a great day out for the whole family. There is something for everyone at the games, from piping and drumming to dancing and heavy athletics. The games are also a great opportunity to sample some traditional Scottish food and drink. The 10k road race around Bute attracts runners from all over, and when the games wrap up at the end of the day there is a procession through the town led by the pipers before a traditional retreat to the pubs!