Enter the Haggis Perform at The Westcott Theater on December 28th

On December 28th, The Westcott Theater will once again host fan favorites Enter The Haggis, an extraordinary group of musicians who never cease to amaze their fans through their inspirational music that captures current events in life and the world.

Enter the Haggis’ latest release, The Modest Revolution, was born entirely of stories found in the  the March 30, 2012 edition of The Glove and Mail, a Canadian newspaper. From this album, many hit songs were born from the stories they read.  One single, “Blackout”, tells of the frustrations of Toronto Maple Leafs fans in their beloved team and their inability to win the cup.  The single is currently in the running to become Canada’s new hockey anthem and has made it to the next round of voting.


With a busy touring schedule, they have once again embarked on a new and creative project, The Black Penny Project. This album will feature songs written entirely from stories submitted by fans. These stories can be of any topic and the only catch is that they must be written down on paper, the old fashioned way, and mailed in. Why write songs about the fans?  Because Haggis Heads are “some of the most diverse, eccentric, eclectic, and interesting people that they know.”

will be sitting down with Enter the Haggis before their performance this night, and fans have been asked to submit questions for the band. Questions should be unique and special, so we are turning to Haggis Heads to drive this interview in the same way the band is driving their next project.

Submit your questions below in the comments section and we will ask the band for you. We look forward to seeing your questions, and seeing you at the show on December 28th.

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