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TULSA - Bagpipes fill the air as Tulsa's Scotfest celebrates it's 34th year, a great time for family fun for any nationality.
"It's not just about Scots it's about everybody in Oklahoma, because Oklahoma is a melting-pot of different cultures," Scotfest emcee Eric Robertson said.
The festival features food, drinks, games and history with more than a dozen Clan tents.
"If you're not sure what kind of Scottish Heritage you have, come out here and we've got plenty of people that can help you do a little bit of research and start your research on what clan affiliations you may have. And if you don't have any Scottish in you, it's because you haven't looked far enough back," Michael Cox, president of the Scotish Club of Tulsa said.
The festival runs from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday and 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sunday at River West Festival Park.