Bagpiping at Seaside
There will be competitions among individuals as well as bands.
Bands wishing to compete may do so by completing and submitting the Band Entry Form obtained here or through the Forms page.
Individuals wishing to participate in either the Piping Competition or the Drum Major Competition may obtain the necessary form (the form works for either competition) here at the Seaside Games site when it becomes availble. So come back often to get in on the ground floor when it is published.
Please to see the results of the 2015 solo piping competitions.
NOTE: it appears the WUSPBA web site is experiencing difficulties displaying results from competitions held in 2013 and prior. We will continue to monitor their site and will post the data as soon as they are available.
And click this sentence for the 2014 solo piping results.
Pipe Band Results
2015 results are unavailable. As soon as we find out the results we will post a link to their whereabouts right here! But hey, why not take a look at some of the previous winners.
Please to see the results of the 2014 Pipe Band competitions.
And click this sentence for the 2013 Pipe Band results.
And click this sentence for the 2012 Pipe Band results.
And click this sentence for the 2011 Pipe Band results.
And click this sentence for the 2010 Pipe Band results.
And click this sentence for the 2009 Pipe Band results.
And click this sentence for the 2008 Pipe Band results. (scroll a
And click this sentence for the 2007 Pipe Band results.
Bagpiping in both bands and individual competitions is under the control of Director Ken Helmes. He can be reached at:
The Bagpiping competition will comply with the rules and regulations of WUSPBA for the reporting of records and points scored.
Annual Drum Major Competition
THE NEAL ANDREWS PERPETUAL TROPHY
Drum Major Competition at Seaside is now an annual event for you to enjoy each and every year. Ken Misch, a championship Drum Major hailing from Las Vegas, will oversee the competition. Last year's was won by Chris Cortez.
Thanks to his generous Sponsorship of this new Competition, Ventura City Councilman Neal Andrews will present THE NEAL ANDREWS PERPETUAL TROPHY to the winner, along with appropriate cash awards to the top three places. Neal has been involved in Scottish Festivals for many years and sponsored a major trophy at the great Alma Highland Festival and Games in Alma, Michigan as well as being a supporter and Board Member of these Seaside Highland Games from the beginning.