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Robbie Burns Night at Calgary’s Rocky Mountain Folk Club

Friday, January 19th

Burns Night is always a popular event at The Rocky. We’ll start off with a set from the Calgary Burns Club Singers. They’ll sing a mix of songs by Robert Burns, other traditional songs of Scotland, and a few others as well. The highlight of the group’s performances was participation in the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in 2009, on the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns birth. After a break Bill Hawes will pipe in the haggis, and Jim Hutchens will perform the Address to the Haggis. Following the Address will be a few more pipe tunes and a break for haggis!

Our headliner, Gordon McCulloch, will take the stage for the rest of the evening. Gordon performed for many years with the Calgary-based group Seanachie. They released several CD’s, including Telling Tales, A Quarrel with Whiskey and A Parting Cup. Gordon wrote several of the songs performed by the group. He writes, sings and plays with passion, yet also “It’s his habit to sell his songwriting and singing abilities short, laughing all the while.” (James Muretich, Calgary Herald)

We recommend you buy your tickets in advance as this show may sell out. Go to the event page and click the Tickets button to purchase online. ($25 + fee) Or if you don’t like online purchases, call the phone number on our website and we’ll hold tickets for you at the door. (tickets at the door are $30) Doors open at 7:00 pm, and the show starts at 7:30 pm. Rosedale Community Hall is at 901 – 11th Avenue NW in Calgary.


Friday, January 19th
7:00 pm - 10:30 pm
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901 - 11 Avenue NW
Calgary, Alberta T2Z 2Y5 Canada
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