For more than 20 years, McPherson was home to the annual McPherson Scottish Festival featuring Highland games, Celtic music, dance and food.
In 2016, festival organizers broadened the event to include all nationalities and renamed the event McPherson Festival of Cultures.
Enhancements celebrate the community’s diverse ethnic heritage and encourage festival attendance by both locals and visitors.
The Highland games and pipe band events continue to entertain the crowds while a full slate of live music, demonstrations, market booths and food vendors embrace the world.
CORRY ACADEMY OF IRISH DANCE will be performing in multiple performances with live music provided by KNOCKNASHEEGA on Sunday only, 11am, 1pm, and 230pm.
Come out and join in on the fun!
Knocknasheega Celtic Band is returning to Old Cowtown Museum. You can catch us at the Depot arriving fresh off the train, for Cowtown at Night! We’ll start the tunes well before sunset, but we’ll keep right on going as the light grows dimmer in the west! Irish, Scottish, and Celt tunes o’plenty… 1865-1880’s attire is encouraged, but not required! (Time travel is real ya know!) Come join us!
Normal Old Cowtown Museum entry fee applies. Extended night hours all of August!
630PM – 830PM…. ish…..
might go longer ya know… cuz it’s dark!
Old Cowtown Museum
1865 W Museum Blvd, Wichita, Kansas 67203
Come out and have some old-fashioned 4th of July fun at Old Cowtown Museum!
Fun includes a special “King and Queen of Cowtown” contest with celebrity judges,
plus a parade through town at to show off the newly completed farm road!
After the parade Knocknasheega Celtic Band will be performing an acoustic old world set in the church.
The day will end with an ice cream social in the Visitor’s Center! Regular admission rates apply, 10am-5pm.
Parade at noon, the set at conclusion of the parade!
It’s an 1870’s style event!
Come be part of CELEBRATE AMERICA, JULY 2,
AT OLD COWTOWN MUSEUM IN WICHITA!
Old Cowtown Museum
1865 W Museum Blvd.
Wichita, KS 67203