They may be gone, but the great ones from the Northside will never be forgotten. Tonight we cherish their memory and share their music.
As the week winds down, the music just keeps on going. So why not kick back with a brew and enjoy some great songs and tunes with that Cape Breton drive and an Acadian twist?
Songwriting and Big Pond are synonymous and tonight we see how the past has shaped today’s young songwriters and tune makers.
After more than two decades the popular band Brakin’ Tradition is back for a reunion. Tonight we not only re-live those magic days, we also see how they are passing it along.
From islands on both sides of the Atlantic, these amazing women find joy in their music and in being together.
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.
From Scotland to Denmark, from one coast to another, when island musicians get together they build amazing musical bridges.
Exhibition and sale of handmade quilts from local guild members.