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    "A Taste of ScotsFest” Experience at the Queen Mary #LongBeach #Travel #Festival

    Leslie Harris

    by Leslie Harris

    Mingle Media TV and Red Carpet Report host, Linda Antwi, were invited to cover the 20th Anniversary of Southern California’s premier Scottish heritage event on the Queen Mary in Long Beach. You don't have to have be from Scottish heritage, just be adventurous and be open to exploring the Highland culture, hear bagpipes play see men in kilts, try out unique Scotch whisky and Highland and Lowland cuisine.

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    20th Anniversary of ScotsFest
    On February 16 and 17, The Queen Mary celebrates its 20th anniversary of gathering traditional Scottish activities into a weekend of authentic highland fun. Activities such as the caber toss abound, while sheepherding, whiskey tastings, and genuine Scottish clans creating a grand parade enhance the atmosphere. The Vendor Village also corrals authentic Scottish fare, such as haggis, neeps, and tatties. This Groupon includes spectator access to events and competitions; however, a separate fee applies if visitors wish to participate in the games and events. Additionally, with the second option of this deal, customers can attend the Rock Yer Kilt concert aboard the ship on Saturday night with live bands such as Highland Way, The Whooligans, Hoist the Colors, and Wicked Tinkers.

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    Admission to the festival includes access to the decks of the Queen Mary. Several packages are available for those who want to stay aboard the ship for the weekend. Visit for different options. One day admission to ScotsFest is $18 for adults and $8 for children five to 11. Two day admission is $24 for adults and $14 for kids. Children under four are free.
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