Bangor Celtic Crossroads

Our mission. To promote, support, and connect a variety of Celtic Arts and Traditions, while highlighting Bangor’s position as a hub of Celtic Heritage.

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Ruaile Buaile (Ireland) on August 11, Next Generation Theatre, Brewer

May 24th, 2017

Ruaile Buaile are a young Irish based four piece modern day Trad / Pop / Folk group from Offaly in the heart of Ireland. The four friends Niall (vocals and guitar), Arthur (fiddle and banjo), Shane (vocals and bass) and Jack (Cajun and banjo) formed in 2011, and have been gaining support from music fans […]

Ozere, May 15

March 12th, 2017

2016 Canadian Folk Music Awards nominee Ozere takes inspiration from classical string quartets and world folk bands. With its unique instrumentation – violin, cello, mandolin, bass and occasional vocals – it can do both at once. Fiddler Jessica Deutsch’s compositions bridge her upbringing as a chamber musician and her experience playing many styles as a […]

Lennie Gallant, March 11

February 7th, 2017

A native of the Acadian village of Rustico, PEI, Lennie Gallant has recorded eleven albums (nine mostly in English and two in French), which have won him a host of awards and nominations from the JUNOs, the 2017 East Coast Music Awards, and Les Prix Eloizes. He was recently honored with a Canadian Folk Music […]

Scott Macmillan and Colin Grant, February 6

January 17th, 2017

In July of 2015, award-winning composers and multi-instrumentalists Scott Macmillan and Colin Grant, sat down at Macmillan’s home in Brook Village Nova Scotia to start compiling new and old tunes from their collective traditional and original repertoires. Until that time, they had performed off-the-cuff performances together in venues ranging from the Doryman Tavern in Cheticamp […]

Richard Wood with Gordon Belsher, January 16

January 10th, 2017

Sponsored in part by Machias Savings Bank, New England Celtic Arts and Bangor Celtic Crossroads Festival present Prince Edward Island and Canadian fiddle icon Richard Wood with Gordon Belsher in concert at 58 Main on Monday January 16. Doors open at 6:00 with an audience based Celtic jam session starting at 6:15. Concert at 7pm.

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