Pacific Coast Highlanders Pipe Band

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Pacific Coast Highlanders Pipe Band

The PCH Pipe Band located in Ventura County CA.

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PCH Pipe Band is the only Western United State Pipe Band Association member in Ventura County. The band competes regularly at Scottish Games throughout California. The band has performed, on stage, at the Monterey Scottish Games.

This concert includes guitars and keyboard accompaniment. The competition season begins with the Queen Mary Games in February and concludes with the Seaside Games in October. We strongly support Ventura’s own Seaside Scottish Games at the Ventura County Fair Grounds. It is the perfect location for a highland games in California, across the street from the Pacific Ocean. Bring your surf board. We urge all to support these local games.

In addition to pipe band competitions, the band performs at concerts and festivals, including Camarillo’s Celtic Fest. We play at various local high school graduations. PCH has been the featured pipe band at the Irish Faire which is located at Irvine Meadows for many years. Band members have supported the “Relay for Life” program at various locations in Ventura County. Memorial Day and Veteran’s Day, each year, finds us at the Ivy Lawn Cemetery in Ventura. The band plays throughout Ventura County on St. Patrick’s Day each year.

We wish to promote the playing of pipes and drums in Ventura County. Lessons are available, contact us for further information. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced piper or drummer, all are welcome. Be a part of the PCH experience.

The PCH pipe band can supply your piping needs from an entire band to individual performers. We are available for weddings and parties. PCH is the band for you.

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