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All tickets are sold out. No Walk-Ins accepted on the day

Please note that all tickets to the 2021 Highland Games are sold out. 


No tickets will be available at the gate for purchase on the day of the event


and NO PARKING AVAILABLE ON SITE. The car park will be closed.

On Sunday 6 June, the British Chamber is hosting its annual Highland Games!


The Highland Games have been part of Scottish culture for hundreds of years. Here at BritCham, we are delighted to bring the Highland Games back to Beijing for a second year to celebrate the best of Scotland.


Bring your family, friends and colleagues and enter into the Highland Games competitions to see who is the best of the best!


There will be a great selection of food, ice-cream, soft drinks and alcohol from Beijing and Scotland's most loved vendors throughout the day, as well as an exciting range of activities for kids and adults to enjoy.


Rounding up the afternoon, try your luck in our raffle to win some fantastic prizes!

Highland Games

Supported by: Trainyard Gym by Hotel Jen Beijing

Highland games are events held in the spring and summer in Scotland and other countries as a way of celebrating Scottish and Celtic culture. 


It is alleged that the games began in the 11th century, when King Malcolm III of Scotland summoned contestants to a race to find a fast runner to be his royal messenger. 


We have slightly adjusted some of the events (it's hard to find a caber in Beijing!) and challenge you to roll up your sleeves and see if you've got what it takes to be crowned the very best!

Tug o'war


Teams are divided into two by a red tape in the center of the rope. The aim of this competition is to pull the opposing team to your side of the line marked on the ground. As soon as the red tape crosses the line marked on the ground, the team who pulls the rope to their side wins. 

Shot Put


The shot put (in this case medicine ball), has to be placed close to your neck, resting on your shoulder. The shot must be released above the height of the shoulder with one hand. Competitors are permitted to either run up to the boundary line or stay still before releasing the ball. The competitor who throws the ball the furthest is the winner. 

Tyre Flip


As a team effort, you and your team mates are required to flip the tyre from one cone to another and back again. The team to complete the distance in the quickest time wins. 

Farmer's Walk


Carrying two heavy kettle-bells, competitors have to walk the marked out distance without dropping the weights or stopping in between. The person with the quickest speed, will win the competition.

The Highland Games are not just for adults. Test your concentration and teamwork at our exciting children's games! 

Sack Race 


On the count of go, children will race to cross the finish line in their sack first. They must stay in their sack for the entire race and not fall over! 

Three- Legged Race


In teams of two, both children's middle legs will be tied together. This relay will require the children to work together to get over the line first. 

Egg and Spoon Race


This relay will require the children to use both their speed and coordination. The aim is to keep the egg on the spoon, while racing to the finish line to cross first. 

Ceilidh Dance

What is more important than learning the ceilidh dance at the Highland Games? 


The Beijing Scottish Society will lead several ceilidh dance sessions throughout the day. Learn your steps in the first and show off your skills in the second!

Food & Drinks from your favourite local vendors and restaurants in Beijing

We have a wide selection of bbq, burgers, fish and chips, baked goods, desserts and drinks for you at the Highland Games from some of our favourite local vendors and restaurants in Beijing. Come for a picnic on a hot summer day and we've got you covered!

Vendors

Highland Games are a unique mix of the sporting, the cultural and the social. This year's event will offer a wide selection of food and beverages from Scotland and Beijing's most loved brands.

Food and Beverage

Beersmith

Sanwutang

MokaBros

Breakfast Champion

Arrow Factory Brewing

Daxiao Coffee

Earthen Roots

Skinny B#tch

Mackay's Jam

Nairn's

China World Summit Wing

Unilever (China) Ltd

Oarmilk

The Bake Shop

GO!ACAI

Loch Lomond Whiskies

Crafters Brewing Co.

Ivy's Bakery

Kids activities/ Arts and Crafts

Venture Education

Five Star Sports

PGA

United Family Hospital

Migrant Children's Foundation(MCF)

Beijing Devils Rugby Club

Taozi Tree Yoga

To join our event as a vendor, please contact rachel.tsang@britishchamber.cn

Sponsors and Partners

We are raising money for MCF Charity on the day. Get ready to buy some raffle tickets for a chance to win amazing prizes!

If you would like to sponsor our event, please contact rachel.tsang@britishchamber.cn

Adult Ticket 成人票

Ticket includes 1 free ice-cream (sponsored by Unilever) and 1 free drink

Standard PriceRMB 120

Child Ticket 小孩票

Ages 4-18
年龄:四岁到十八岁

Ticket includes 1 free ice-cream (sponsored by Unilever) and 1 free drink

Standard PriceRMB 65

Young Child Ticket 幼儿票

Ages 3 or below
三岁或以下

Standard PriceFree

Family of 3 三人家庭

2 Adults & 1 Child
2位成人和一位小孩

Ticket includes 1 free ice-cream (sponsored by Unilever) and 1 free drink

Standard PriceRMB 280

Family of 4 四人家庭

2 Adults & 2 Children
2位成人和2位小孩

Ticket includes 1 free ice-cream (sponsored by Unilever) and 1 free drink

Standard PriceRMB 340

Venue

Venue

Dongfeng International Sports Park 东枫国际体育园
9 Nong Zhan Guan Nan Lu
Beijing, China

300m East of Tuanjuehu Station Exit B

See route