The world famous Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band Parade marches down Queen Street in the beautiful town of Kincardine every Saturday night during the Summer.
August 24th is The big Band Parade . Watch the highlights of the Parade & the video interview with Piper John Mc Manus .
Victoria Park, Noon-Midnight
Enjoy an afternoon of entertainment in the Park, featuring the Toronto All Star Youth Orchestra, visiting Pipe Bands, Highland Dancing, Celtic Music and MORE!
All you can eat Hot Dog & Corn Roast for nominal fee.
Admission is FREE!
Mass Band Parade at 8pm
The pipe band begins weekly parades in late June – The band forms up at Victoria Park at 8 pm and follows Queen Street to Quinn Plaza then returns back to the park where a short concert is held.
Visiting pipers and drummers are encouraged to take part in this unique Kincardine Tradition that entertains visitors and residents alike!
For more than 100 years (celebrated in 2008), the parades and concerts have given thousands of people the opportunity to know and love Kincardine. Many of these people have returned year after year, as children, parents and grandparents.
The pipe band is one of the largest in the province, boasting more than 60 members. The KSPB is a charitable organization and concentrates on teaching new members to carry on the traditions of the Saturday night parades and the Phantom Piper.