Maritime Kitchen Party in Rossland Saturday night

Come dance to the music of the Maritime Kitchen Party at the Rossland Miner’s Hall

Come dance to the music of the Maritime Kitchen Party at the Rossland Miner’s Hall on Saturday, Dec 2.

Tickets are $20 and support Rossland Rotary programs. See www.rosslandrotary.org for details. Tickets are available at Out of the Cellar in Rossland. Doors open at 8 p.m. and music and dancing begin at 9 p.m.

Maritime Kitchen Party (MKP) is named after a well-known tradition in Nova Scotia. We all know that Maritimers love to party; and inevitably, the party ends up in the kitchen. There’s always a guitar playing, or someone belting out traditional songs at the top of their lungs.

MKP brings that feeling to their live performances with foot-stomping music heavily influenced with Canadiana such as Great Big Sea, Stompin’ Tom, Neil Young and more. Throw in some MKP originals, rock, country and more and the party is “Rarin’ to go.”

MKP has opened for or played with Kim Mitchell, Blue Rodeo, Men of the Deeps, Dave Gunning, Bruce Guthro, James Keelaghan, Rita Chiarelli, Tal Bachman, Prism, Blue Rodeo, Great Big Sea, Econoline Crush, The Sheepdogs and many more.

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