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Flint Scottish Pipe Band
P.O. Box 742
Flint, Michigan 48501
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flintscottishpipeband@yahoo.com
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Booking

DSC00111Flint Scottish Pipe Band has a very busy schedule however we are forever looking for venues, parades and highland events to perform. You can find us at most Highland Festivals in the Great Lakes Area as well as on parade routs all around Michigan.  If you have happened upon our pages looking to invite participants to your event, please do contact! Our event coordinators will be glad to talk to you.

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As well Flint Scottish has been known to play for private performances such as weddings, grand openings and exclusive private events.  Fees do apply and often times folks are surprised at the cost. However we believe our fees are fair and competitive for folks looking to host an event featuring Scottish tradition with a full traditional Scottish Highland Band.

If a full band is not what you need, say a single piper for a wedding or memorial. We would be glad to direct you to members of our group that can help you with that on individual agreements between you and that musician.

Join the band
Marching In Loud and Proud! at Alma Highland Games
Marching In Loud and Proud! at Alma Highland Games

Flint Scottish is looking for experienced pipers and drummers at all times. Primarily FSPB is a competitive band that tests itself against high caliber musical groups from across North America.  We compete currently at the grade 5 level in Midwest Pipe Band Association events and strive to improve, if not win at every event. We practice hard and play our best every time. We invite musicians interested in the competitive nature of this structure to join us. cropped-10430413_702495473154683_1629985455382006178_n.jpg

As an added note; there is an interesting opportunity for Pipers and drummers who wish to push themselves competitively… through the band and the associations we belong to.  Solo events at Highland Games provide individuals who wish to test skills against other musicians  from across the Midwest can get that opportunity being judged by masters in the field.  This may be of particular interest to former members of drum lines in high school bands or drum corps as there is no “Age Out” policy in Scottish Highland competition.  As well you could get that old drum line camaraderie back in your lifestyle.