Pipes and Drums

Schedule of Events

Pipe Band / Dancer Stage Time
Panama City Pipes & Drums 10:00-10:30
Scottish/Irish Dancers 10:30-11:00
Santa Rosa/Emerald Coast Pipes & Drums 11:00-11:30
Hub City Pipes and Drums 11:30-12:00
**Massed Bands** (Center Field – Main Stage) 12 noon
Scottish/Irish Dancers 1:30-2:00
Panama City Pipes & Drums 2:00-2:30
Santa Rosa/Emerald Coast Pipes & Drums 2:30-3:00
Hub City Pipes and Drums 3:00-3:30
Scottish/Irish Dancers 3:30-4:00
***Closing Ceremonies – Main Stage
Ceilidh Kick-Off (PCP&D, Hub City, SR & EC)


We’re proud to host several area pipe and drum bands. Don’t miss the Welcoming Ceremony and Parade of Tartans, where each band will be participating!

Host Band, Panama City Pipes and Drums


PCPD are a community Scottish Pipe Band, founded in Panama City in 1998. They can be seen performing in parades, festivals and holiday celebrations under the direction of Pipe Major, Scott Perry.



Emerald Coast Pipes and Drums


Based in Niceville, Florida, and performing at various events and festivals, ECPD is your bagpipe band for the Fort Walton Beach area and Northwest Florida, under the direction of Pipe Major, Les Matheson at the First United Methodist Church.



Santa Rosa Pipes and Drums


Santa Rosa Pipes and Drums is a non-profit Scottish Bagpipe band in Milton Florida.  Established to bring Scottish music to the community.



Tallahassee Pipe Band


Tallahassee Pipe Band is a Highland Bagpipe and Scottish drum band made up of volunteers in Tallahassee, FL.  The band was founded in 1983 by Pipe Major Joe Ashcraft, current Pipe Major Mike Bailey, and Drum Sergeant Dr. William Dewar.



Hub City Highlanders


Hub City Highlanders

Hub City Highlanders is a community band from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Hattiesburg is known as the Hub City because it is conveniently located in the intersection of six major US highways, placing Hattiesburg in the middle between New Orleans (Louisiana), Natchez, Jackson,  Meridian, Gulfport (Mississippi), and Mobile (Alabama). Born from a high school band, it’s membership is still primarily juvenile and serves as an alternative path for children whose schools do not have a music program or are home-schooled and members are taught in a classroom after-school. HCH currently competes in Grade 5 and is the only full performing pipe band in the state of Mississippi