Wassailing in the Shire

The Bounders of the Shire (or the Green Hill Music Society? I’m not sure which was responsible, but it was Falibrand either way…) put on a great Wassailing event Friday night. Folks gathered at the gate to the Shire Homesteads, then we went into various different neighbourhoods to hear some excellent bands play Yuletide tunes.



The GHMS opened with a traditional Wassailing tune.

Warders of the Weald, a fine dwarven band:

Eriador Music Society, with carols arranged by Keptwise:

Hobbiton Philharmonic, with Ghingeriel’s wonderful arrangements:

And finally, the Green Hill Music Society again:

And after all the wassailing, we ended up at The Oak ‘n’ Barrel for the after-party.

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