Celebrating 75 years, the 75th Gala 2 Go is a night of Festival grandeur, featuring a live whisky appreciation and a variety of exceptional entertainment featuring headliners, Skerryvore from Scotland. Included in the ticket price is a Gala 2 Go box, perfect for two, stuffed with savoury nibbles, limited edition 75th Anniversary scotch glasses, and all the accessories you require to complement the evening’s special programming. Offering the sights and sounds of the Fergus Scottish Festival we will be providing…Find out more »
Encouraged by the very well-received 2020 Wee Digital Ceilidh, the Festival organizers pleased to present the Wee Digital Ceilidh 2 GO. It is going to be a real belter, bringing the best the Festival has to offer and promoting the four pillars of any Highland Games: Heavy Events, Highland Dance, Clans and Heritage, and Pipes and Drums. The event will also spotlight all-time favourite performers, the popular McKiddies area, a whisky tasting, unique videos, tours, Gaelic lessons, and interviews. Despite…Find out more »
TAIWANfest is an annual event held in Vancouver and Toronto usually at Harbourfront Centre. It usually occurs during the last weekend in August in downtown Toronto. It attracts a lot of visitors every year. In the past 5 years, we have been working on the series “Dialogues with Asia”. "Dialogues with Asia" is a series that explores art and culture from various Asian countries. We focus on one country each year and explore their relationships with Taiwan and Canada. In…Find out more »
TAIWANfest brings a new flavour of Korean music to Toronto audiences looking to explore genres beyond K-pop. Contemporary group The Tune’s virtual concert called "Wandering Melodic Road" will be a showcase of traditional beats, instruments, attire, and an overall love for expressing oneself through melody and rhythm. The Tune is an all-female music group. Unlike other pop music groups, they use traditional Korean instruments such as percussion, strings, wind instruments along with modern keyboards to create new Asian music fusion…Find out more »
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