The Mid-Winter Ceilidh will be in the Exchange on Saturday, February 10. This year, the Ceilidh is extremely exited to present Scotland’s bagpipe virtuoso Fred Morrison in concert, along with east coast fiddle and piano legend Troy MacGillivray.
Morrison has been a household name in piping for many years, with concerts across the globe and genre-bending recordings and compositions that cut across Scottish, Irish, Cajun, bluegrass, and Appalachian folk. He’s a truly inspirational live performer. MacGillivray teaches and performs around the world and is well-known to Saskatchewan fiddlers.
Hosts the City of Regina Pipe Band will be performing, and there will be some other fun to complete the evening, including a silent auction. Both Morrison and MacGillivray have music workshops earlier in the day open to any interested. Check the Mid-Winter Celtic Festival’s website for more information.
Tickets for the Ceilidh are $30 and are available at Bach and Beyond, Magpie’s Kitchen, and at the Mid-Winter Celtic Festival’s website. Doors open at 7:30 p.m, with live music and dancing starting at 8 p.m.