Celtic Chaos plays in Fanny Bay Friday

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day early with Celtic Chaos in Fanny Bay

Showtime is 7 p.m., tickets $15

Come on out to Fanny Bay Hall on  Friday March 11, to enjoy a fun-filled evening of music and laughter as the five-member group Celtic Chaos perform songs, tunes, and poems from all over the Celtic world, including Scotland, Ireland, Quebec, Cape Breton, Sweden, and Appalachia.

The group consists of Dave Barta on accordion and vocals, Joyce Beaton on fiddle, and le patter, John Beaton on poetry, Gordon Lafleur on Irish wooden flute and penny whistle, and Joe Spinelli on double bass.

Add heartwarming vocals, stories and poems and you have an original, contemporary take on traditional entertainment from the lands of the Celts.

Celtic Chaos are known for their infectious good humour, energy and engaging performances. Expect to sing along, laugh, ponder and have your spirits lifted.

Showtime is 7 p.m. at 7793 Island Highway, Fanny Bay.

All tickets are $15 from Laughing Oyster Books, Weinberg’s Good Foods in Buckley Bay and Salish Sea Market in Bowser.

 

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