Canada’s Musical Coast is a string of beautiful communities and majestic coastline vistas bound together by musical traditions. The music culture here is written into the story…the very fabric of the coastline. During harsh winters and trying times, music and dance were neither indulgence nor luxury, but rather survival. Music culture here is honest, authentic and shared directly from the heart- this is a coast shaped by music.
We are pleased to share these wonders of our place with you.
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Watch the sun set into the Northumberland Strait before you head out to find some live music! With a wide variety of accommodations we've got you covered. 2019-2020 Winter Guide 2019-2020 Winter Brochure
We don't mean to brag but we have to. From sunrise to sunset we have an abundance of "things to do" that will leave you wanting to catch tomorrow's sunset too! 2019-2020 Winter Guide 2019-2020 Winter Brochure
Canada's Musical Coast Canada's Musical Coast shared a video from the playlist Celtic Colours Road Trip with Yvette Rogers.
Wednesday October 21 - 9:25am
We can't stop watching these lovely videos from Canada's Musical Coast 😊Be sure to watch the amazing concerts too- Celtic Colours International Festival! #MusicalCoast #unamaki #VisitCapeBreton #VisitNovaScotia #RediscoverNovaScotia ... See MoreSee Less
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Monday October 19 - 1:02pm
We are all abuzz from the amazing display of artistry from the Celtic Colours International Festival team. Be sure to watch all of the concerts before the end of the month!Here's a clip from Yvette Rogers Road Trip on part of Canada's Musical Coast! Enjoy :) ... See MoreSee Less
Canada's Musical Coast
Sunday October 18 - 11:43am
🍁😃🎹🎻🍂 👇It’s a beautiful day for a Ceilidh. Drop by the CMIC to hear some tunes from Shelly Campbell and Allan Dewar. 2-5pm ... See MoreSee Less
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