Fiddlers' Sons bringing the music to Irish Hall ceilidh

Darlene Shea
Published on July 17, 2014
Fiddlers' Sons joined by Sheila FitzPatrick on fiddle.  
Submitted photo

CHARLOTTETOWN - The Ceilidh at the Irish Hall, one of the longest running ceilidhs in P.E.I., is in full swing for the season and will be welcoming one of its most popular groups, Fiddlers' Sons, to entertain on Friday, July 18, at 8 p.m. 

Featuring Sheila FitzPatrick on fiddle, Fiddlers' Sons are one of the most established traditional groups on the Island. With a popular repertoire of Scottish and Irish songs, toe-tapping fiddle tunes and original material that draws from the rich culture of P.E.I., the group has won multiple awards and released six albums.

Always a crowd favourite, it promises to be a great evening of Island music and hospitality.  

Doors open at 7 p.m. and admission is by cash only at the door. There will be canteen service, a 50/50 draw and a light lunch served at intermission. The ceilidh takes place at the Benevolent Irish Society Hall located at 582 North River Road in Charlottetown.