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Home of Acadian interpretive and interactive musical experiences and performances. Spend a fun-filled day at the Musical Village and discover the rich cultural and musical fabric of the Evangeline region. Daily daytime programming offering various...more
1745, Route 124, Abram Village, Prince Edward Island C0B 2E0, Canada
Missed the seasonal music presentations but were able to attend the Clammin' and Jammin' in late September.
The evening started with oysters, mussels, clams and assorted breads and chowders. Some brought to the tables and some from a buffet service. This continued for several courses....More
Our toddler loves to move and dance and what a place to allow her to do so! There is foot stomping, dancing, and a lot of history in this Acadian music ceilidh! Admission is by donation and they make sure that you have a wonderful...More
If you're in the vicinity of Abram Village and miss this show you've made a big mistake. The musicians were first class, and their repertoire was perfect. We waited a bit for the 1:30 show after our lunch by going to a nearby crafter. I...More
This is a wonderful place to visit to hear traditional Acadian music played proudly and enthusiastically with fun in the air. Enjoy the comforts of the "barn" while you clap your hands and stamp your feet. Shows are @ 1:30 and 3 pm. You are...More
We had a wonderful time at this free concert in the barn, the Gadelles put on a lively 90 minute show sharing original music as well as that of historical Acadian musicians, I was expecting a short little concert, maybe three or four songs. This...More
We stopped here for the Acadian music performance during a week long bicycle trip around the island. To put it simply, Louise (a legendary fiddler in Acadian music circles) and her band of merry music makers put on an enthralling performance: virtuoso musicianship,great humor, infectious...More
I loved the musicians that performed this summer (July, 2018). The show is free (you can leave a donation) and as someone who has been to some of the more popular Ceilidhs on the Islands, I felt that this one rivaled the ones that cost...More
It was a very hot day but that did not stop the energy on stage! We really enjoyed the show,. The group of four were completely adept on their instruments - keyboard, violin, accordion, guitar. I was expecting some sort of village but there is...More
During the summer there are two free shows at 1:30 and 3:00 of Acadian music by a talented group of four musicians.
The lively, toe tapping music and clogging was thoroughly enjoyable and highly recommended..
We also tried the restaurant at the site and found...More