In 2022 Entertainment Stage is finalized.  We have

five top-line talents confirmed:Colin Grant Adams

Seven Nations
North of Argyll

Fiddler Jamie Laval

Harpist Kelly Brzozowski

Colin Grant-Adams

As a solo artist, Colin touches every emotion with his enthusiastic, high-energy, professional and artistic performance, tailored to fit any occasion, Scottish, Irish, Folk, Schools or Workshops. His captivating repertoire of Traditional Celtic-American, bluegrass and nationally acclaimed original material, delivered with his powerful tenor voice, and fiery quick guitar together with irrepressible good humor and stories. This mixed with sing-along songs and even some unbelievable yodeling appealing to audiences of all ages.

Colin Grant-Adams' stimulating stage performance, fine guitar work and stirring
vocals make him one of the most popular and versatile Celtic musicians in America
today. His repertoire ranges from the traditional music of Scotland, Ireland and bluegrass
music of America, to his highly acclaimed original compositions included on his eight recordings. Colin Grant-Adams performs in folk clubs, festivals and concert venues across Great Britain, Europe and the United States. His performance is delivered with a touch of humor, mystical stories and sing-along songs leaving the crowds asking for more.

North of Argyll

With over 200 main stage performances in theaters, festivals, and corporate events,
North of Argyll, are becoming one of the most popular Scottish and Celtic bands on the road today.

North of Argyll are a high energy Celtic Fusion, band. Their music style is a fusion between Contemporary, and Rock.  Their performance includes, foot stomping music, stories, humor, and all round great entertainment.

North of Argyll, are a touring band. performing in the USA, Canada and Internationally.

The band perform in full Scottish 'Highland Dress,' They are a great visual and auditory experience!

Seven Nations

Equally at home in front of 40,000 cheering fans at an international festival, with the widely recognized, Grammy award winning, symphony orchestras, or with 300 fans in a small Midwest club, Seven Nations has created a truly hybrid sound and transient live show.

The depth and complexity of Seven Nations' music is astounding, each listen reveals a deeper layer of intricacy that has been embraced by an ever growing audience. "We are lucky," says McLeod, lead singer/songwriter and founding member of the band, "because we come from two unique cultures. We love American pop and rock and roll, but we also love our Celtic roots. We want to touch everybody with our music," he continues, "and so far, we have been very, very fortunate."

Entertainment Stage

2022 Entertainment Stage Schedule

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - North of Argyll

11:00 - 11:45 a.m. - Colin Grant-Adams

12 Noon - 12:30 p.m. - OPENING CEREMONIES

12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. - Seven Nations

1:30 p.m.  - 2:30 p.m. -  North of Argyll

2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. - Colin Grant Adams

3:30 p.m. - 41:30 p.m. - Seven Nations

4:30 p.m. - Scottish/ Celtic Jam Session in Currie Cultural Tent - bring your instrument and join-in!

Fiddler Jamie Laval

Nationally acclaimed performer, composer, arranger, and educator, Jamie Laval is hailed as “One of North America’s finest practitioners of traditional Scottish music” . Laval’s unique approach to traditional Celtic music blends the simplicity of an ancient art form with stunning virtuosity and contemporary flair that resonates with families, youth, seniors, and devotees of ethnic, jazz, and classical music.

In 2002, Laval won the U.S. National Scottish Fiddle Championship which launched his career throughout the U.S. and Scotland as a devoted performer of Celtic music. A self-managed, independent artist, Laval sustains a schedule of over 80 engagements per year on community concert series, large festival stages, as a soloist with symphonies, and in chamber music performances with other top string players.

On Saturday, Jamie will be appearing at the Currie Cultural Tent.

Harpist Kelly Brzozowski

Kelly holds a Bachelor of Music in Classical Performance from the University of Georgia and a Master's Diploma from the University of North Wales in Traditional Music and Triple Harp Performance. She has a lifetime of experience in the traditional music community.

Kelly loves the harp and sharing it's music with the world. She is equally at home playing small, eclectic spaces around crackling fires, where the vibe is intimate and cozy, and large concert halls packed to standing room only. Kelly also teaches Traditional Music and technique workshops for groups and harp societies all over the country.

Kelly will be appearing in the Currie Cultural Tent throughout the day.