KUSA - Maybe you can’t swing a plane ticket right now … but that doesn’t mean you can’t explore other cultures anyway.
No, we’re not talking about just going to an ethnic restaurant.
The Longs Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival starts Thursday, and this features everything from Scottish bands to jousting to dogs of the British Isles.
This is the 41st year of the annual tradition – which also happens to include America’s largest Celtrc parade.
You can hear from some of the organizers in the video above.
To buy tickets, call 1-800-90-ESTES, visit ScotFest.com or head to a King Soopers or Walgreens location.
Admission is free for kids four and under.
For more information, check out: http://bit.ly/2eGJtyU
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