The Cape Breton Fiddlers are always a crowd pleaser, but add their guests PEI’s Chaisson Family and you could be in for a case of fiddle fever.
This wee jewel at our National Historic Site takes you back 250 years with a period meal, a candlelight concert and an experience you’ll never forget.
A Cape Breton virtuoso meets a band with members from three countries. It’s a recipe for some serious energy. Hold on to your hats.
She’s the grand lady of the Scottish/Cape Breton fiddle. He’s the king of the Irish accordion. The tunes will flow on the Mira tonight.
They come from Shetland, Ireland, Newfoundland, the US and right here. They’ll gather in Whycocomagh and you’ll wish they could stay forever.
The old Irish songs sung by Tommy’s boys, some lively bluegrass and the hottest young band in Cape Breton add up to one butt kickin’ cabaret.
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.
Suzanne Craig demonstrates the centuries-old technique of hand weaving bobbin lace.