Saturday, March 2, 2024

Internationally Acclaimed Canadian Fiddler Ashley MacIsaac to Play Meaford Hall


Multiple Juno Award winner Ashley MacIsaac will give a one-night-only performance at Meaford Hall on Friday, March 14 at 8 pm. Tickets are selling fast, but a limited number are still available through the Meaford Hall Box Office for $40 each.

A renowned fiddle player, piano player and step dancer, Ashley MacIsaac has performed in the opening ceremonies at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics to a worldwide audience and with artists such as Phillip Glass and The Chieftains.  

Ashley also played with The White Stripes for their “Under Great White Northern Lights” Canadian tour which was turned in to a documentary. So impressed by Ashley’s electric performance and love of bending genres, Jack White has invited him to co-write and perform with him on a country blues song for Jack’s new label based in Nashville. 

Much has been said about the antics of the enfant terrible of the fiddle, since he has had international success and notoriety from an early age and grew up under the spotlight as one of the most dynamic fiddlers from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. MacIsaac constantly pushed the traditional styles of Celtic music as he grew up and incorporated rock, pop, and everything imaginable in between.  His upcoming performance at Meaford Hall is sure to be electric, engaging and full of surprises.

For more information on this and other Meaford Hall events follow them on Facebook, visit their website to buy online at, call 1.877.538.0463 or drop by the Box Office.

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