Upcoming Events – The College of Piping And Celtic Performing Arts of Canada

Catherine MacLellan

October 11th, 2019 at 7:30pm.

Album Release Celebration

Catherine MacLellan - credit Millefiore Clarkes (1)

Join us for a special evening with Catherine MacLellan to celebrate the release of her new album COYOTE.

Canadian Folk music gem, Catherine MacLellan returns with her anticipated seventh album. COYOTE, 14 songs recorded and self-produced at her studio in PEI, is reflective and hopeful; a travelogue through heartbreak, loss and the joy of life. A musician’s musician, respected by her peers for her talent and dedication to the craft of songwriting. A craft she had a front row seat to at an early age, watching her father, the legendary Gene MacLellan. Seven albums and countless awards, including a JUNO for Raven’s Sun, Catherine’s commitment remains at the heart of her work, evident to fans and industry alike.

Haunted Farm


October 2019 dates 7pm – 10pm
Friday 11th, Sat 12th
Friday 18th, Sat 19th
Friday 25th, Sat 26th

There is a strict limit on the amount of people who can enter each evening so its recommended that you book your tickets in advance.  It’s also recommended to show up early to grab your spot in line.

Parties will be allowed to enter the line up until 9:30pm

Although we have no age restriction, the Haunted Farm contains graphic imagery and can be frightening.  We recommend you take careful consideration before bringing children inside.

No child under the age of 13 will be permitted without parental guidance. 

Other Information and Guidelines:

For the safety of patrons and actors, NO masks or costumes are permitter on the event grounds.

NO alcohol or cannabis products is permitted on the event grounds.

People presumed to be under the influence or unruly will NOT be permitted on the grounds. There will be NO refunds given under any circumstances.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show - Sing Along

October 25th, 2019

Start time 10pm with doors at 9:30


One of our most requested Sing-Along movies is a film that started as a box office failure, but has wound itself into becoming a part of the world’s cultural fabric, The Rocky Horror Picture Show. It is the longest running movie of all time and is celebrating its 44th anniversary in 2019 and is a classic, typically shown around Hallowe’en. The Rocky Horror Picture Show – Sing-Along will be shown on Friday, October 25th and most of the traditional ‘props’ will be allowed in our theatre for this special event (a list of items not allowed will be on our website) and we will be providing grab bags with some of the ‘props’. Get out your fishnet stockings and make an evening of this movie that celebrates self-acceptance and get ready to participate fully in this classic. Let’s do ‘The Time Warp’!

  • Please note the start time on this event -10pm with doors at 9:30! We hope that you will dress up for this fun event and will get into The Rocky Horror spirit.
  • Please also note – this event is 19+.
  • Includes a non-alcoholic beverage and popcorn.

Champion Irish Musicians and Dancers to Perform at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre

October 26th, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.

Summerside, PEI

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Each and every year the Irish Cultural Academy brings together some of its best components of Irish traditional music, song and dance as part of one terrific group known as The Young Irelanders. These performers have Irish music, song & dance running through their veins. Although still in their 20’s and 30’s, they are unique amongst their peers in Ireland. They are world and Irish national champions in their disciplines and some are also holders of Masters Degrees in Music.

This skilled group of performers will be taking the stage at the Celtic Performing Arts Centre at Summerside’s College of Piping on Saturday, October 26th at 7:30pm.

If you want to see and hear what Ireland’s traditional music, song & dance look and sound like in the hands of some of the most talented young performers in the world then don’t miss the opportunity to see this sensational act. The future of Ireland’s culture is undoubtedly in safe hands with The Young Irelanders!

Members of the Irish Cultural Academy have performed across 6 continents and for many heads of state, Presidents of Ireland, U.S. Presidents and royalty such as Prince Albert of Monaco. Members have also performed at Beijing Opera House, Sydney Opera House, the Kremlin State Palace in Moscow, the US Capitol Building, The Kennedy and Lincoln Centres amongst many other internationally recognised venues.

Tickets for this outstanding performance are available on the link below or by calling The College’s Box Office at 902-436-5377.  The Celtic Performing Arts Centre is located at 619 Water Street East in Summerside.