The 2023 Mull Highland Games takes place on Thursday 20th July, 2023.

The event starts at Ledaig car park on Tobermory Main Street at approximately 10:00, with a march led by the pipe band through the town and up to Erray Park (by kind permission of Tobermory Golf Club) where the games will commence at approximately 10:30.

Please purchase tickets for entry at the golf course. You can purchase your tickets on the day and do not need to make reservations in advance.


  • Adults: £8.00
  • OAPs and Children: £5.00
  • Family: £20.00
  • Children under the age of five: free of charge


There will be a catering tent, barbecue, local stalls, bouncy castle, licensed beer and whisky tent as well as public toilets.

You will be able to buy copies of Eric MacIntyre's new book Mull Highland Games : The Centenary.

There is also a tent for members of Clan MacLean.

There is no seating provided on the field so you may want to consider bringing rugs or blankets, as well as foldable chairs. The event is also mostly open air so weather-dependent you might want to bring appropriate clothing and rainwear if needed.

Events and Competitions

Please click on the following links for additional information on the events, competitions and how to compete.

Overall events

Art Competition

Highland Dancing


We welcome all participants!

Other Events

To commemorate our centenary we are holding a pageant on the field with children representing figures associated with the history of the Mull Highland Games.

Join multidisciplinary performer, director, and facilitator Sarah Rose Graber (who you may know from smash hit ‘Unicorn Dance Party’…) for a fun two hour theatre/game workshop for young people inspired by the themes in "Thrown" (showing at the Mull Theatre) and the fun of the Mull Highland Games. We’ll explore teamwork, challenge our physical abilities in a playful way, and use our imaginations. Come ready to move, laugh, and have a great time! Everyone is welcome. The event is free for those who have paid for entry to the Games and will take place from 11am to 1pm in the lower field.

In the evening after the Games, please join us at the Aros Hall for our traditional Games dance. Admission is £8 and there will be a licensed bar on the premises. The event will run from 9pm to 2am.


In case we haven't stressed it enough, our Games are entirely run by volunteers and we need as much support as we can get. If you think you might be able to support us, please see our volunteering page.

The Mull Highland Games Committee welcomes competitors and visitors alike. We hope you all enjoy the day!