​​Northeast Florida Scottish Highland Games & Festival

Did you know? 

There are more Scots living outside of Scotland than there are inside.

Ron Davis


While playing guitar, harmonica, banjo, fiddle, mandolin and dobro, Ron Davis has been performing his unique musical style for over 20 years. Be sure to catch Ron at his tent in the food area.

Ellen Stone


Ellen grew up in a family of vocalists and musicians. She began playing piano at age 4 and singing at church not long after. As a teenager and college student in Central Ky, Ellen trained with a voice coach and participated in various competitions, choirs and productions. In more recent years, she has taught piano privately to over 40 students of all ages and has performed at various events throughout the Bluegrass, her most favorite being opportunities to sing at patriotic gatherings.

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Originating in the Appalachian Mountains, Tuatha Dea is pure primal energy with a Celtic/World twist. The bands eclectic sound blends the tribal vibe of primitive DRUMS with conventional and unconventional instruments such as guitar, fiddle, bass, modern and Native American flutes, Didgeridoo, bagpipes and more, as well as a myriad of vocal styles that create a truly unique sound. Tuatha Dea is a Gaelic phrase adopted from the Celtic mythology of the Tuatha de Danaan whose literary history originates in Ireland, Scotland and Wales. If you want to categorize their sound….try APPALACHIAN CELTIC TRIBAL GYPSY ROCK!