Tonight is more of a feast than a taste…three powerful bands from three islands, songs from home and away, so if you missed Fiddlers’ Bid last night, here’s your chance!
You’ve sampled the “taste” and you still want more? After the show, kick back with a pint and more music just down the street at the Curling Club.
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.
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.
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.
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.
There’s something about living on an island that shapes our vision. Tonight is all about songs.. songs from Ireland, Scotland and our own Island home.
Each of these bands is rooted in a different tradition, and each brings new vitality to those roots. Ireland, Newfoundland, Ottawa Valley and Cape Breton…it doesn’t get any better than this.