Robert Burns Supper Celebrates Celtic Traditions in Cape May

What: A three-day Scottish dinner with music in Cape May  

When: Friday, Jan. 26 to Sunday, Jan.  

Where: Cape May-Lewes Ferry Terminal  

Held every year since 2005, Burns Supper showcases Scottish tradition and celebrates famed Scottish poet Robert Burns, who wrote Auld Lang Syne, and has inspired iconic writers and performers including John Steinbeck, JD Salinger, Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson.  

This year Exit Zero is going bigger than ever with an entire weekend of celebrating Robert Burns. Burns Supper Weekend will take place Friday, January 26 to Sunday, January 28 at Exit Zero Filling Station and the Cape May-Lewes ferry terminal.  

Burns Supper Weekend will offer guests a Celtic-inspired experience like no other with a Gourmet Scots dinner and whisky pairing, live music, poetry readings, the 18th annual Burns Supper dinner, a Scottish-inspired brunch, dancing and more.  

Various ticket types are available and begin at $20. For more information, visit