Fiddle Musicians Will Take Over A Street In KincardineMay 19, 2017 1:42pm
Residents and Visitors to Kincardine will enjoy a free fiddle concert tomorrow on Harbour St.
Spokesman Deb Morris says they will be celebrating tomorrow to mark Canadian National Fiddling Day and World Fiddle Day
“We just go out in a big gang, and play music. It is actually pretty fun. And It’s all free. People bring their lawn chairs if they want to stay and stick around. But it also attracts people who are just walking around town,” says Morris.
The Kincardine Scottish Fiddle Orchestra, The Fiddle Day street players, Randy Morrison, and members of Studio 410 out of Teeswater will all take part.
Fiddlers are welcome to join the concert at 2:30pm on Saturday or the jam session that will follow at the Bruce Steakhouse. If it’s raining, the concert will take place at the Bruce Steakhouse as well.