Cape Breton based, supergroup COIG band members from left are Darren McMullen, Rachel Davis, Zakk Cormier and Chrissy Crowley. Submitted photo

Internationally acclaimed and award winning Celtic supergroup plans to perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, at Old South First Congregational Church, UCC, 235 Main St. in Farmington.

This beloved East Coast Canada based band will bring long awaited holiday cheer as they bring heat to the stage, warm our hearts and help raise money for the Farmington Area Ecumenical Ministry’s Heating Fund that provides fuel assistance program to our neighbors in Franklin County this winter.

Guest musician, Thierry Clouette (guitar and foot percussion) will join Chrissy Crowley (fiddle), Rachel Davis(fiddle), and Darren McMullen (multi-instrumentalist) for the Christmas tour.

There will be a maximum of 200 seats, instead of the usual seating capacity of over 300.

There will be no jam session prior to the performance. Donations will be greatfully accepted for the Fuel Assistance Fund during the concert.

All concert goers, regardless of age, will be required to be masked and show proof of full vaccination (following CDC guidelines) with their original paper copy or clear photo of their COVID vaccination along with personal ID at the door. Fully vaccinated minors without ID need to be accompanied by an adult. Participating in test pools, for unvaccinated students, is not considered an alternative to being fully vaccinated. (No refunds will be offered if proof of vaccination is not presented on the night of the concert.)

For more information about Coig visit www.coig.ca.

Tickets will cost $26 and are only available online at farmingtonucc.org.

For more information, call 207-491-5919.

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