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October 31 Celtic Chaos, TOSH Fall 2021

$35.00 CAD

When: Sunday, October 31st at 2:30, doors at 2:00

Where: The Music on Sunday Fall Series will be held at the:

QUALICUM BEACH COMMUNITY HALL

644 Memorial Avenue, Qualicum Beach

At the corner of Veteran's Way

Performances are approx. 75 mins long with festival seating. 

The cost of the tickets will be $35 + GST 

Students pay $20 + GST. 

Students must call TOSH at 250 752-6133 to get their tickets.  

The cost of the tickets has increased to account for inflation of program expenses, which includes paying musicians a fair wage. TOSH does not make any profits from the music program and relies on ticket sales to break even.

Everyone in attendance must be vaccinated and wear a mask. There is a max of 60 tickets per show, allowing for adequate seating space.

Tickets are nonrefundable.

TOSH will hold credit for concerts that are cancelled due to health regulations caused by the pandemic.

Concerts may be rescheduled at short notice due to health regulations, in that case, ticket holders will have a valid ticket for the rescheduled date. If the date doesn’t work for the ticketholder, the individual can request a refund with a 10% charge as an admin fee. 

Policies may change if necessary and shows may be cancelled or postponed due to public health orders

About Celtic Chaos:

Celtic Chaos are a fun-loving, high-energy band from Qualicum Beach and Nanaimo.  The group consists of Dave Barta on accordion and vocals, Joyce Beaton on fiddle, cello, and harmony vocals, John Beaton on poetry,Gordon Lafleur on Irish wooden flute, penny whistle and vocals, and Joe Spinelli on double bass and vocals.For almost 20 years, Celtic Chaos have performed throughout their home base of Vancouver Island and beyond, and have raised funds for many worthwhile causes. Their repertoire consists of songs and tunes from the broad Celtic world (including Scotland, Ireland, Quebec, Cape Breton, Sweden, and Appalachia), interspersed with original poetry.  

They have recently created a full-length show called "For the HIghlanders." It tells the story, in tunes, songs, and original poetry, of Scottish emigration to Canada and how it relates to migration flows in today's world. Performances were stalled by Covid but will resume in the near future. John Beaton has just released a poetry book, "Leaving Camustianavaig," which deals primarily with the same subject.  

The band has released 3 CDs, one of which won a former band member the Canadian Folk Music Young Performer of the Year award. Their latest CD, "Puredeadbrilliant," is, not surprisingly, pure dead brilliant.   

Celtic Chaos love to share, not only their music and poetry, but also their infectious good humour, energy, and audience engagement.