Traditional Music on Thursdays at Port-Royal

Port-Royal National Historic Site

If you like traditional music, mark these special Thursdays on your calendar this summer! Enjoy talented entertainers in a special series of traditional music featuring local musicians.

Dates and times

Select Thursdays in July and August, from 1 pm to 3 pm


Free with admission

2024 schedule

Two men.
Sébastien Dol and André Muise

July 4 – Sébastien Dol and André Muise

Representing the Acadian regions of Clare and Argyle, Sébastien and André will offer up some foot stomping fiddle tunes, French folklore, and Cajun songs.

A man with a guitar.
Andy Webster

July 18 – Andy Webster

Original arrangements of traditional and contemporary Scottish songs with powerful and skilled guitar and bouzouki playing.

A woman with a guitar.
Vickie Deveau

August 1 – Vickie Deveau

Get your toes tapping with a blend of country and French music!

A man with a fiddle and a man with wooden shoes.
Harvey Marcotte

August 15 – Harvey Marcotte

Be entertained by traditional tunes played on the fiddle, mandolin, or guitar.

A group of men.
Taproom Growlers

August 29 – Taproom Growlers

This a cappella group will sing songs of the sea as they were sung in traditional sea shanties across Nova Scotia.

A woman with a fiddle.
Jacquelyn Martell

September 12 – Jacquelyn Martell

Let the merry sounds of traditional fiddle-playing fill the habitation.


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