Feel the rhythm – heel for heel and toe for toe – as you get swept into the spirit of Prince Edward Island with the Ross Family Ceilidh. The lively fiddling, piano playing and step-dancing homespun P.E.I. siblings, comprised of Johnny, Stephanie and Danielle Ross, combine original and traditional material with a wee twist!
Audience members have returned year after year, as a result, to hear their masterful blend of Acadian and Scottish sounds plunge them into the east coast amid an ambiance of hominess, friendship and warmth.
The Ross Family Ceilidh returns for 2018 to their new (and bigger) location of Clinton Hills, after 12 years of entertaining audiences with their interactive music and dance while soaring in popularity at the Stanley Bridge location.
Clinton Hills, located at 123 Harding Creek Road, is a beautifully restored 1959 rustic barn with the backdrop of rolling hills, private woods and the peaceful Southwest River.
The venue is incredible for carrying acoustics, and there isn’t a bad seat in the place! Friends and family can appreciate the Ross Family in a more interactive way, while they showcase their talent and passion for performing.
Clinton Hills Barn comes equipped with all modern amenities and conveniences. There’s a licensed bar on site and snacks are available at intermission, which include strawberries and ice cream and slices of fresh meat pie. You can also enjoy an optional pre-show Island blue mussel boil.
The Ross Family Ceilidh is held every Monday and Wednesday, from June 18 through to October 3. Doors open at 6:50 p.m. The show kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Our insiders suggest you grab your tickets early because this fun gathering will sell out quick, as past events have proven!