With more than 50 performances over 14 days in June 14th-27th, the PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls is a critically acclaimed traditional music, storytelling and dance festival presented in intimate venues across the Island. This year's lineup includes incredible artists like JP Cormier, Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys and Catherine MacLellan.
PEI has nearly as many unique things to do as there are grains of sand on our beaches.
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Recognized as an East Coast Music Award nominee for "Event of the Year" in 2011, 2012 and 2013, and winner of the Music PEI 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 Event of the Year, the Festival mixes music and dance from PEI's rich Irish, Scottish and Acadian cultures, along with the Island's proud tradition of singer-songwriters and folk tales.
You may know that the Island is a peaceful slice of Paradise, with pristine beaches that go on forever. But there is so much more to know that only a real Islander can tell you. Wouldn't you love to hear from people who actually live here? Ask us anything. We're happy to share what makes the Island truly unique - why you'll want to visit; and why you'll want to come back.
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