Cèilidh air chuairt :
Fèis Inbhir Narainn Caledonian Cèilidh Trail
The participants of the 2018 Fèis Inbhir Narainn, Caledonian Cèilidh Trail are (left to right in image):
Mairi Taylor (Accordion)
Jack Archibald (Guitar)
Ross Clark (Fiddle & Flute)
Hamish Drennan (Small Pipes & Whistle)
Alix Aburn (Gaelic song)
Confirmed tour dates so far are:
Sat 28th July: Launch event at Nairn Community and Arts Centre with guest musicians Ross Ainslie and Innes Watson, Nairn, 7.30pm
Sunday 29th July- busking at James’s on the Putting Green, Nairn at 12 midday, followed by a session at The Old Mill Inn, Brodie, 9pm
Monday 30th July: Busking Inverness High St, various times, and The Gellions Bar, Inverness evening session, 7-9pm
Wednesday 1st August: Black Isle Show, Muir of Ord ( Village Hall stage and Food Hall, gig, 5pm onwards
Thursday 2nd August: Black Isle Show, Muir of Ord ( Village Hall stage and Food Hall, gig, various times
Friday 3rd August: Belladrum Tartan Heart festival, Queen of Hearts tent, Come and Try session, various times
Saturday 4th August: Belladrum Tartan Heart festival, Queen of Hearts tent, Come and Try session, various times
Monday 6th August: Session, The Gellions Bar, Inverness, 7-9pm
Tuesday 7th August: St Columba’s Church, Queen St, Nairn, £4, Afternoon tea and gig, 3.30pm followed by session with Fѐis Roìs Ceilidh Trail, McGregors Bar, Inverness, from 7pm
Wednesday 8th August: Croy Hall, Croy, Ceilidh – Adults £5, Kids £2 (Tea/coffee & home baking) BYOB , 7.30 – 10pm
Thursday 9th August: James’s at the Putting Green, Nairn, busking, various times, followed by a gig at Nairn Museum Gig- Adults £6, ‘Friends of the Museum’ £5, Child £3 – Tea/Coffee & shortbread served, 2pm then a gig at the Bandstand Bar , Nairn ,7.30pm.
Friday 10th August: gig at Edderton Hall, by Tain. Ceilidh – Adults £7, Kids £4, Family £20 BYOB, 8pm – 11pm.
Saturday 11th August: Final night gig at The Invernairne, Thurlow Road, nairn from 7.30pm – Free Entry.
Fèis Inbhir Narainn’s Caledonian Cèilidh Trail is most recent of the Cèilidh Trails organised by local Fèisean under the umbrella of Fèisean nan Gàidheal.
From the very first Cèilidh Trail project which was established by Fèis Rois in 1999 – Fèisean nan Gàidheal now support Trails in the following areas :
Cairngorms National Park
Skye and Lochalsh
Stirling and The Trossachs