• Celtic Music Interpretive Centre- Judique
    Nova Scotia’s official Celtic Music Centre provides an in-depth look into the traditional music and culture of Cape Breton Island. Offering Ceilidh’s 7 days/week featuring live Celtic Music, the “Ceilidh Pub” restaurant and bar, gift shop, interactive exhibit room, Celtic music demonstrations, music workshops, Gaelic language lessons, The Buddy MacMaster Fiddle Camp, archives and resource library and much more.
    Join us for great tunes, food and good times! Open mid-June to mid-October. Sunday Ceilidhs offered year-round.
  • Strathspey Performing Arts Centre- Mabou
    Home to live music, arts & culture, and tradition. This world class, professional theatre has played host to international and local performers alike. As an integral piece of the community for locals and a “must-see” for visitors, this venue has a passion for performance!
  • Inverness Centre for the Arts- Inverness
    The Inverness County Centre for the Arts nurtures and presents the arts and culture of Inverness County. Its gallery, studio, performance space, and gift shop provide a venue for artists and audiences to connect. The 6-month season includes a series of art exhibitions, musical and theatre performances, workshops, and community events. The art centre is situated on 5 acres overlooking the Gulf of St. Lawrence with a beautiful garden for visitors to enjoy.
  • Mi-Careme Centre- Grand Etang
    Celebrate the masks, music and dance of the Acadian tradition of “Mi-Carême”. The Interpretive Centre, located in the picturesque Grand Etang Harbour, features stunning displays, gives an historical overview and offers a variety of monthly events.
  • Place des arts Père-Anselme-Chiasson- Cheticamp
    This 363 seat theater is home to a local dance and theater troop and host a variety of musical theaters, comedians, magicians, orchestras from all over the world every year. The theatre is managed by Le Conseil des arts de Chéticamp, a non-profit organization that has as its mission to preserve the rich french language and Acadian heritage in the region of Chéticamp, while offering projects and programs that has as their aim to artistically develop Acadian youth as well as the whole of the community.


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