Hang onto your hats in Marion Bridge tonight! The pipes and fiddles will ring out from the Highlands of Scotland to PEI and all the way home.
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Joe Peter MacLean was a fiddler, a Gaelic speaker and a precious culture bearer. We lost him this year and tonight his community of Boisdale pays him tribute.
Boularderie Island sits in the lea of Kelly’s Mountain but tonight it rocks in a completely different way with songs, fiddle tunes and dance from down the road and across the causeway.
We meet at the crossroads of Celtic, Acadian and Cajun traditions with music, song and dance that reveals our close ties across the miles.
Whether you love songs, fiddles, the magic of Nordic music at its best or Ashley’s endless energy, this will be a night you’ll never forget!
A Cape Breton ceilidh is a visit that includes songs, tunes, dancing and always some Gaelic. We’re touching all the bases tonight in Port Morien.
Sydney Mines opens its heart to the singing miners and welcomes home some native sons and daughters.
There’s nothing better than watching two musicians who just love playing music together–that is, unless it’s four dynamic duos on the same night.