A lone piper prepares before competing in the Solo piper competition during Celtic Fest held at the Champetre estate in Modderfontein, Gauteng over the weekend. The Celtic Fest is an event that combines all the forms of Celtic arts including music, marching bands, folk dancing and cuisine.
Kilt maker, Egbert Von M Harmse works on the official South African Tartan.
Even the Loch Ness monster put in an appearance at Celtic Fest at the Champetre estate in Modderfontein over the weekend.
Badges promoting South African Tartan Day to be held on the 1st July 2011, when people are encouraged to wear their Tartan to work as a celebration of the repealing of the abolishment of Tartans in 1782 allowing the people of Scotland to freely wear their clans Tartan during Celtic Fest.