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June 30th – We are kicking off our Summer music series with KitchenFest!
June 30, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm$45
Come for a night of delicious food and traditional Gaelic music at Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort Saturday, June 30!
KitchenFest! is a traditional music festival that showcases local musicians with music that is rooted in Gaelic tradition.
Fidheall agus pìob, cuirmean-ciùil agus céilidhean, biadh agus deoch, Gàidhlig agus òrain, gairm-aighir agus dannsa, neo-fhoirmealachd agus aoigheachd — ‘s e seo an cuireadh oifigeil agaibh chun a’ phartaidh-cidsin as motha ann an Ceap Breatainn!
Fiddles and bagpipes, concerts and céilidhs, food and drink, Gaelic language and song, cheering and dancing, informality and hospitality — consider this your official invitation to Cape Breton’s biggest kitchen party! (Click here to visit the official KitchenFest! website)
Dine in our Bistro and indulge in a 3-Course Meal prepared by our talented chefs Ron and Nicole. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, a local seafood lover, carnivore or somewhere in between, you’ll be sure to find something on our menu that delights your taste buds!
Tickets and Reservations:
$45+tax (includes 3-course dinner and concert admission. Gratuity extra). Click here to purchase meal and concert tickets online.
$20+tax (ticket only). Click here to purchase concert tickets only.
Dinner reservations will be taken between 5:30pm and 8pm. Phone 902-929-2584
Concert from 8pm to 10pm.
About the Performers:
Ben Miller & Anita MacDonald have become renowned across Atlantic Canada and further afield for their synergistic, pipe and fiddle driven style of Gaelic dance-music. Joining together the musical traditions of Cape Breton and the Scottish Highlands, while incorporating influences from Ireland, Shetland and beyond, Ben and Anita have created a signature sound, described as “Fiery… Fresh, yet totally traditional.” – Piping Today Magazine (Glasgow, UK) As well as performing as a duo, Ben and Anita tour as a trio with Acadian multi-instrumentalist, Zakk Cormier. Zakk is a dynamic musician with deep roots in the musical community of Prince Edward Island. He brings his talents as a sympathetic guitar accompanist, as well as the driving rhythm of Acadian foot-percussion. As Miller | MacDonald | Cormier, these three young artists create a powerful sound, which transcends the boundaries between Cape Breton, Scottish, and Acadian traditions.