We are marching in the Frankfort Avenue Easter Parade on Saturday, April 20, 2019 – stepping off at 11:30AM. Come join in the fun!
Back for a 4th Year! Pub-raiser at O’Shea’s on Baxter, Thursday, April 11, benefiting the pipe band! The Band performs at 7 :00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. with friends from McClanahan’s School of Irish Dance and Highland dancers Lizzie and Heather Colman! We will pass the hat for donations, sell band swag and share our love of bagpipe music with all of you! We have a big bill to pay this year – $4500 – to purchase new bagpipe chanters! We know we can raise this amount with your generous support!
O’Shea’s has committed to helping our band raise money to support our mission and vision of performing, competing and education! We couldn’t continue our programs without this type of community support! Thank you, O’Shea’s, for your loyal support!
Can’t attend? Please consider making a donation – click on the donate button below!
Tartan Day celebration of Scottish Heritage at the Frazier Museum, 11AM-2PM, Saturday, April 6. Join members of the Louisville Pipe Band and The Scottish Society of Louisville at the Frazier History Museum to celebrate Tartan Day, the day honoring Scottish Heritage in North America. With our friends from the Scottish Society, the band will be present to share the sights, sounds, and tastes of Scotland with any and all interested museum visitors. Learn about the interesting clothing, music, weapons, and foods, even give traditional Scottish dancing a try! All activities are included with museum admission. More info at this link.
The band is looking forward to marching in the St. Patrick’s Parade, 3PM, Saturday, March 9 on Bardstown Road in Louisville, KY. We will look for you! More nformation about the parade found at this link.
The band performs at five performances of the Boar’s Head Festival at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 2000 Douglass Blvd, Louisville, KY 40205 – 5PM and 8PM on Sat. December 29 and Sunday, December 30, and at 6:30PM on Monday, December 31.
Performance tickets are free, but a voluntary offering of canned goods to be shared with those in need in our community is appreciated. Call the box office to reserve your seats at 502-459-1595.
The Louisville Boar’s Head and Yule Log Festival occurs between Christmas and New Year’s Day, December 29, 30 and 31. It portrays the spirit of Christmas in a medieval setting with elaborate costumes, festive music, and an elegant candlelight dinner. Over 200 volunteers work to present the festival to some 2,000+ guests every year. #bagpipes #drums #boarsheadfestival
The band celebrates its 40th year with a concert at 7:30PM, Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the Kentucky Country Day Theater in Louisville, KY. Join us for an evening of music and dance with the KCD Choir, McClanahan’s School of Irish Dance, Highland dancers Heather and Lizzie Colman. Thank you to our major sponsors, KCD Theater, McClanahan’s School of Irish Dance, The Scottish Rite, The Ancient Order of Hibernian’s, and The Scottish Society of Louisville.
Buy tickets – www.kcdtheater.org/shows
Become a sponsor – www.louisvillepipeband.org/40th-anniversary-concert $100 gets you two tickets and a mention in our concert program!
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The band performs at 1:30PM on Saturday, September 22, 2018 and will be available from noon to 4PM at a table sharing information about our 40th Anniversary Concert and our ongoing classes to learn to play bagpipes and drums! Come by and chat a while! For more information about the International Fair, please visit .
Join bagpipe and drumming classes at the Oldham County Schools Arts Center, 7105 Floydsburg Road
Crestwood, Kentucky 40014. Group lessons offered Monday, Tuesday and or Wednesday evenings – 15 weeks, $150 plus the cost of books, practice chanter, drum sticks – $60-$80.
Email the band at email@example.com or register at the Art Center 502.241.6018
Competing on Saturday, September 8 at the Columbus Scottish Festival in Columbus, Indiana. Good luck to all solo competitors and to the band! Check out the opening ceremony at noon!