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PORT HAWKESBURY: The Town of Port Hawkesbury is pleased to announce the schedule for the 2018 Granville Green outdoor concert series which will be held each Sunday from July 1 to August 5 at 7 p.m. This is the 24th...
GUYSBOROUGH: Whodunnit? The Guysborough Players Mystery Agency invites the public to help them figure out who murdered Archie MacCampbell. Cluesical is a musical comedy murder mystery filled with great music, plot twists and turns that will send your head spinning,...
HALIFAX: Several Strait area musicians were among those honoured at the 2018 East Coast Music Association (ECMA) awards last weekend. The 30th annual East Coast Music Awards Festival and Conference was held from May 2-6 in Halifax. It was a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The Strait area may be welcoming some new artists in the near future. The Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design is collaborating with the Town of Port Hawkesbury to launch a three-year Craft Incubator program in the...
MABOU: Fans of Celtic guitar are in for a rare treat this week as five accomplished local musicians come together on one stage in Mabou. The Cape Breton Guitar show at Strathspey Performing Arts Centre on May 3 will feature...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Local music fans will have the chance to catch a veteran East Coast crowd-pleaser in Port Hawkesbury next month. Matt Minglewood and his band are set to perform in the Bear Head Conference Room at the Port Hawkesbury...
TORONTO: An acclaimed Canadian singer-songwriter with over 100,000 album sales worldwide will return to the Strait area to perform next month. Matthew Barber will appear at the Shannon Studio on May 12 as part of a cross-Canada tour to promote...
ANTIGONISH: The Antigonish County rock trio Andre Pettipas and the Giants is joining forces with Shelburne-native Natalie Lynn and her four-piece band for a high-energy tour of the east coast. “If you go there expecting to have background music, it’s...
MABOU: The Strathspey Performing Arts Centre is pleased to host Guthan Òga, an intensive Gaelic language educational program available to teenagers in Nova Scotia. It will be an eight-week program beginning on Friday, April 20th.  Emily MacDonald will be delivering...
WAYCOBAH: A young artist from We’koqma’q First Nation has been making a name for himself in the world of hip hop. It has been a busy year for Todd Googoo, who raps under the name SHiFT FROM THA 902. Over the...
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