We’re glad you asked! At its root, the word simply means ‘a social visit’. Over time it’s evolved to refer to a social event, where people gather to listen to traditional Scottish, Irish and English dance tunes and take part in traditional dancing. It’s been...
Not sure whether to have a ceilidh at your wedding, party or function? Here are some Hilltop Ceilidh Band top tips and FAQ’s to help you make up your mind! A ceilidh or barn dance is a fantastic, all inclusive way to get all your guests involved whatever the...
Help! How much space do I need for my ceilidh!? And other tips to help you choose your venue I have had a lot of queries recently regarding the amount of space needed to host your ceilidh, so I thought I would write a little post to help you plan your event and choose...
With the booking season imminently upon us, I thought it would be a good time to write this. As you would expect, it is one of our most frequently asked questions – and quite right too, it’s not every day most people book a band! As I am sure you can imagine it is not...
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