The Island is a mosaic of cultures, traditions and ethnicities, none of which are more lively and entertaining as traditional Island ceilidhs. With our strong Scottish roots, ceilidhs can be enjoyed within a ten minute drive of the campground. But what is a ceilidh you may be wondering? The word ceilidh is gaelic – meaning a party or a good time, which is exactly what you can expect at each and every one. If you’d like to be completely immersed in PEI traditions, attending a ceilidh is a great way to start. You’ll be tapping your toes and taking up the fiddle as soon as you get back to the mainland.
- Brackley Beach Ceilidhs with Cynthia MacLeod & Friends (Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays)
- Stanley Bridge Ceilidh featuring Leon Gallant (Tuesdays), Michael Pendergast (Thursdays), The Ross Family (Mondays & Wednesdays)
- Harmony House in Hunter River featuring Patrick Ledwell and Mark Haines (Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights)