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Three new venues—the North Sydney Fire Hall, the Louisdale Lions Club, and Ephraim Scott Memorial Presbyterian Church in South Haven—join the ranks of long-time Celtic Colours venues like the historic Savoy Theatre in Glace Bay, the celebrated Fortress of Louisbourg National Historic Site, and state-of-the-art Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou, as well as some of the Island’s most beautiful churches, and an array of schools, and community, parish and fire halls in 35 communities around the Island.
The Celtic Colours International Festival will open this year in Sydney on Friday, October 11 at Centre 200 and close Saturday, October 19 with a concert at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre. In total, there will be 52 concerts taking place in Aspy Bay, Baddeck, Belle Côté, Big Pond, Boisdale, Boularderie, Chéticamp, Christmas Island, D'Escousse, Eskasoni, Glace Bay, Glendale, Ingonish, Inverness, Iona, Judique, L'Ardoise, Louisbourg, Louisdale, Lower River Inhabitants, Mabou, Marion Bridge, Membertou, New Waterford, North Sydney, Port Hawkesbury, Port Morien, South Haven, St. Ann’s, St. Peter's, Sydney, Sydney Mines, Sydney River, Wagmatcook, and Whycocomagh. The 2019 Celtic Colours International Festival runs October 11-19.
The full schedule and line-up of artists will be announced June 21 with tickets going on sale July 9.