Join Kinnon Beaton in a traditional session. Bring your instruments or sit and listen.
They come from Ireland and South Uist to make music with their Island cousins in the historic wee church that tells the story of Highland immigration.
It will be a “time” for sure tonight when Rosie MacKenzie welcomes The Once and Daniel Lapp to her home town of Baddeck.
Our spectacular west coast inspires beautiful music and tonight as the sun goes down we’ll hear songs and powerful tunes from Ireland and down the road.
It’s a perennial favourite at Celtic Colours…guitar heaven in Judique with four masters of their craft who will make you wish it would never end.
Acadian music and dance, a virtuoso fiddler, and Celtic tunes on the saxophone add up to an amazing night of music from neighbouring islands.
The hills are certainly alive and hopping tonight with pipes and fiddles from Scotland and songs and tunes from here. The legendary Battlefield Band is in good company.
Located at the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, the licensed Festival Club offers an opportunity for artists to showcase in a more informal setting, as well as get a session in with friends and colleagues from near and far.