Brigadoon is set to rise from the mist on April 2, 2022 after laying dormant for two years.
The 43rd annual event will celebrate all things Scottish in the village of Bundanoon.
It was previously cancelled in 2020 and 2021 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
This year Brigadoon will be a ticketed event only, with zero tickets available at the gate.
Vice president and publicity officer Alaistair Saunders said ticket sales for the event were "doing well".
A Chieftain is yet to be announced, however several events have been confirmed.
- 25 Pipe Bands on parade
- Scottish Highland Dancers- Joy Reiher School of Scottish Dancing-Canberra
- Southern Highland Kennel Club
- Flower of Scotland Robert Sutherland
- Scottish Country Dancers
- Kilted Warriors- Performing in the Australian Highland HeavyWeight Championship and Lifting the Bundanoon Stones
- Traditional and Not so Traditional games
- Bonnie Bairns for age up to 5 years
An entertainment area with an attached food court will incorporate the Fiddlers Tent with the likes of Sally Andrews-Accordionist, Bob McInnes, Jane Ellis, James Gastineau Hills & the Sydney Scottish Fiddlers, and Mary Kiani & the Angry Scots entertaining guests.
Mr Saunders also said a special performance would take place at lunchtime alongside the massed schools pipe band performance.
To purchase your tickets to Brigadoon, click here.
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