Tickets for the Inverness Highland Games are now on sale

Posted by High Life Highland

There are only two weeks left and tickets for this year’s Inverness Highland Games are available now.

The Games, at Bught Park on Saturday July 16, will feature the magnificent heavyweights, athletics, pipes and drums and Highland dancing.

High Life Highland is organizing the event supported by the Inverness Highland Games Committee on behalf of the City of Inverness and Region Highland Council Events and Festivals Task Force, funded by the Inverness Fund common interest of Inverness.

Inverness Provost Glynis Campbell-Sinclair said: “This year’s Games promise to be a fantastic day of fun for our residents and visitors, and we look forward to showcasing the best the Highlands have to offer. .

“The Inverness Highland Games are a great community event and particularly deserving of the support given by the Inverness Common Good Fund as approved by the Inverness City Area Committee.”

The world’s strongest brothers – Tom and Luke Stoltman – will also join the party – making a guest appearance marking their first public outing since Tom was crowned the world’s strongest man for the second consecutive year.

Some of Inverness Highland Hames’ record holders date back over 40 years – will 2022 be the year that changes?

• Men’s 4 x 100m relay: T. Leighton, N. Fraser, D. Chisholm, C. Bonnington in 45 seconds in 1984

• 100m men: Alan Wells in 10.5 seconds in 1987

• 200m men: Alan Wells in 22.2 seconds in 1987

• Women’s 200m: Jayne Lakeland in 25.9 seconds in 1981

• Women’s long jump: Shirley Dick with 5.40 meters in 1981

• Women’s 4 x 100m relay: Heather MacLeod, Jane Lakeland, Sandra MacDonald, Maureen MacLeod in 50.9 seconds in 1981

Available online for the first time, tickets can be purchased at and great life cardholders can take advantage of a discounted rate for the event.

Tickets are priced:

  • Adult General Admission (16+) £10
  • Reduced price (under 16, senior 65+ and accessibility tickets) general admission £5.
  • Adult HLH Member (16+) reduced entry £7
  • HLH Member Concession (under 16, senior 65+ and accessibility tickets) discounted entry £3

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit

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Jennifer R. Strohm