Black Swan Fiddlers hosting CV Food Bank fundraiser

The Black Swan Fiddlers return to the Zocalo Cafe on Saturday, Nov. 21 for their annual Comox Valley Food Bank fundraiser.  All donations of food and money will go to the food bank.  Music starts at 7 p.m.

This performance marks the end of a successful year for this energetic Celtic Caillie Band.

You will hear traditional, foot tapping Celtic jigs and reels, along with soulful Irish ballads. It’s traditional Celtic music at its best.  Our repertoire also includes a lively set of Quebecois reels and ballads.  Great music, great food, good cause, good reasons to come to the Zo on Saturday night to support the food bank.

 

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