Whet your appetite for the Central Coast Scottish Spectacular with a concert experience showcasing World renowned piper and BBC commentator Bob Worrall, The Canberra Burns Club Pipe Band, The Governor Macquarie Memorial Pipe Band, and Highland and Scottish Country Dancers.

Central Coast Scottish Spectacular In Concert

Saturday 3 November 2018 at 7:30pm

The Entertainment Grounds

4 Racecourse Road, West Gosford, NSW 2250

Tickets: $25 Adults, $15 Concessions. Free entry for children 12 and under.

About the performers:

Bob Worrall
We are very proud to welcome Bob Worrall as our special guest judge at the Central Coast Scottish Spectacular 2018. He is well known around the globe as a piper, judge, ensemble expert, and BBC commentator for the World Pipe Band Championships. 

The Burns Club Pipe Band has been representing Scottish culture in Canberra since 1928 and have since gone on to play all around the world.

Originally known as the Windsor & District Scottish Pipe Band, the band was founded in 1977. The name of the band was changed in 2010 to the Hawkesbury Nepean Valley Pipe and as such they competed and performed both locally and internationally. In 2017 when it was deemed that new kilts for the band were in order, the band decided to take a different tack and rename the band and change tartan. The Hawkesbury area is well linked with Governor Lachlan Macquarie, who is also known as the "father of Australia". So a new tartan was chosen, the 1815 muted Macquarie and the name change to the Governor Macquarie Memorial Pipe Band. - A living breathing, performing tribute to this great man.