The Fort Lauderdale Highlanders are located in the beautiful City of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA. The Band wears
the Maitland Tartan which is also the official tartan of the "City of Ft. Lauderdale" named after "Major William Lauderdale"
of Clan Maitland.
The protected Maitland tartan can only be worn with the permission from Deputy Ian
Maitland of Clan Maitland who must authorize the mills to produce the tartan for
distribution to approved entities.
Instruments used in the band consist of the Great Highland Bag Pipes,
Bass drum, Tenor drum and the Snare drums. The bands main focus is on musical excellence
and band growth, both in size and ability. The band enjoys participating in the many
Highland Games Competitions located throughout Florida, Georgia and the US.
Join Us this August 23, 2003 for a Night of Music and Fun!
From 7 PM - 12 AM - $5 Donation at the door.
For directions click here! Download your flyer here!
Sailing October, 27, 2003 - Please RSVP
Fund Raiser Cruise
Piping & Drumming Workshop At Sea
The goal of the Fort Lauderdale Highlanders is to one day compete in one of the Championships Highland Games held in Canada or Scotland.(If you're planning to support us this year, and are looking for airport parking, check out this website for parking at london city airport, which does direct flights to our nearest airport.
The Band also seeks to contribute to the culture and diversity of the Fort Lauderdale Community by
sharing their Scottish-American Culture through music, golf tournaments and festivities throughout the year.
The Band is a Not for profit group that accepts donations, sponsorships and
performance fees to help with the bands operational functions and to keep instructions
free or at a low cost for all current and future students.
Band Uniforms & Accessories: Kilts, Jackets, Sporrans, etc.
Instruments & Supplies: Reeds, Drum Sticks, Chanters, etc.
Travel Expenses: Hotels and transport to State Competitions.
Further Education: Workshops, Instructors and Camps.
Int'l Events: Workshops, Schools and Competitions.
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