We’re thrilled to announce that we recently confirmed our final holiday show – in Maxville!
The St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church will roll out the red and green carpet to welcome Coig on Saturday, Dec. 2. It joins four other venues across Eastern Ontario to host a hall-iday show.
Còig is from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and has fiery Celtic music at its core. Còig is one of Atlantic Canada’s premiere traditional groups, as an electrifying super group of East Coast musicians. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church is a cherished past of Maxville’s history, established in 1887 with the church hall completed in 1900. Find out more about this show here.
Coig is also performing at the Almonte Old Town Hall on Nov. 30 and at the Seeley’s Bay Community Hall on Dec. 1. The Once is playing at the Merrickville United Church on Dec. 7 and at the DACA Centre in Dacre on Dec. 8. All shows start at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets have been flying since our hall-iday show announcement last week. It may seem funny to be thinking about the holidays already, but the shows are officially less than five weeks away! We have had people who saw The Once with us last year, purchase tickets to see them again; and we have had people purchase tickets and use the show as a Christmas party for friends and co-workers! We love your dedication and creativity!
Read more about the shows and artists here and purchase tickets here.
Looking forward to decking the halls with you to get into the holiday spirit!