Barra MacNeils return to the Valley

East meets West as the Barra MacNeils, return to Vancouver Island during their national Christmas tour.

East meets West as the Barra MacNeils, Canada’s “first family of Celtic music,” return to Vancouver Island during their national Christmas tour.

The Barra MacNeils present their Christmas concert Nov. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Sid Williams Theatre.

Originally from Cape Breton Island, the Barra MacNeils are widely

regarded as one of the greatest live concert acts in the Celtic world,

selling out shows around the globe with their captivating harmonies and extraordinary musicianship.

The Barra MacNeils are joined by performers from CeltFest Vancouver Island for this special Christmas concert that blends song, dance and storytelling to create family entertainment at its highest level.

Tickets are available at the Sid Williams box office, by calling 250-338-2430 or

— Celtfest Vancouver Island


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