Coming June 23, 2018. Do you hear the bagpipes?! It’s almost time for Perth’s World Record Kilt Run! Yes, this Canadian city in Ontario holds the official Guinness World Record for world’s largest kilt run. Started in 2010, there were 2,400 runners last year, and we’ll see whether 2018 beats that number at this popular race. The 5 mile/8K course starts at the “Castle” with a Pipe Band March and winds through the scenic downtown streets to the chants of encouragement from fans along the way. If you’re looking to really test yourself, go for the Warrior Obstacle Challenge and carry a sword and shield weighing several pounds for the entire race. The Scottish-themed fun continues with the inaugural Dogs of the Tartan Cross Parade, the Haggis Toss Competition, live Celtic music, face painting, and Perth Brewery beer all afternoon! Channel your inner braveheart, grab your kilt, and sign up for the Perth Kilt Run!