This weekend! Saturday, April 30th with the help of the City of Dunedin, we are holding a benefit concert with all proceeds being donated to worthy charities to help the refugees in Ukraine. Gates open at 1 pm, music begins at 2 pm. We’ve got the following lineup:
All artists are donating their talent to this show! We will also have beer, wine, soda/water, pizza, hot dogs for sale, along with a Taco Truck and Mini Donuts Truck Vendors! Come hungry and thirsty and don’t forget your lawn chairs.
Weaver Park is a beautiful waterfront park with a 725′ pier. There is no seating provided at the park, so be sure and bring your lawn chair or blankets! Parking is very limited – consider taking the Jolley Trolley or riding a bicycle, the City has installed a Pedal and Park area for your convenience.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite and at the gate for $10. Or scan the QR code on the poster!
Thank you to our generous sponsors, Dunedin House of Beer, Stirling Wine, Great Bay Distributors, and Caledonia Brewing, and our many volunteers. Please help us raise funds to donate to Ukraine!
Get ready to celebrate with us this April! With the annual Tartan Day celebration, the Scottish American Society of Dunedin is planning a few events to honor our history.
Thursday, April 7th – Tartan Day Proclamation with the City of Dunedin
Friday, April 8th – Tartan Showcase of Events
Saturday, April 9th – Tartan Whisky Tasting Tour of Scotland with Bill Mullen
to the Scottish American Society of Dunedin! We are conveniently located in delightful downtown Dunedin off Main Street across from the Caledonia Brewery.
The City of Dunedin is rich in Scottish heritage. Dunedin (Dun-Eideann, Gaelic for Edinburgh) was founded by two Scotsmen in the 19th Century. With a Sister City relationship founded in 1964 with Stirling, Scotland, Dunedin maintains its strong Scottish roots.
The Scottish American Society of Dunedin was founded in 1980 and today remains true to its mission, promoting and preserving the Scottish culture. It is easy to wander the streets of Dunedin and hear the bagpipes playing and seeing people in kilts!