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Festivals & Events Prince Edward Island

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Our festivals and events showcase the remarkable artistic, culinary, cultural and musical talents of our small Island community.

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Events Calendar

Cancelled - Peter Hum’s Ordinary Heroes

Ottawa-based jazz pianist Peter Hum makes his P.E.I. debut leading an all-star Canadian sextet that brings his powerful and evocative compositions to life. His music is dynamic yet lyrical, and showcases virtuosic improvising and rousing

Postponed- Winterdine

WinterDine will be held over three consecutive weeks, 7 days a week and include takeout options*. Event dates from January 17th to February 6th. Features 19 Participating restaurants offering a three-course meal, designed specifically

Cancelled - Arsenal Mills

Arsenal Mills are Charlottetown's hottest new rock band! Known for their unique rock sound which draws influences from pop, blues and country.

Cancelled - The Royal North with guests Arsenal Mills

The Royal North are a 24 carat rock band. They're straight up, no chaser and have great songs, a full tank of gas and a strong path forward.

Cancelled - Matt Minglewood

Matt Minglewood is a Canadian music legend from Cape Breton whose style can be described as a blend of country, blues, folk, roots and rock. Matt Minglewood's 75th Birthday Party Shows with his full band! Join us at the Trailside for

Ice City Festival

Ice City Festival is set to return to Charlottetown with streets decked in ice sculptures and other wintery decor.Signature events each week; check the website for details.

Silly Robbie's World: Live!

Silly Robbie and his energetic children’s music show are guaranteed to put a smile on audiences’ faces. Known for his show Silly Robbie’s World on Eastlink TV, this stage adaptation delivers fun for the whole family!

Snoga in the Park

A refreshing + FREE way to experience winter. Join yoga instructor, Erika Killam, for yoga in the snow (AKA Snoga) on Saturdays at 11:30 am. Dress for the weather & keep warm with active yoga poses. For all ages and abilities. No mat

National Ice Carving Championships

Winterlude National Ice-Carving Championship takes place February 5 and 6, 2022. As one of 10 host cities, the City of Charlottetown and Discover Charlottetown are excited to represent Prince Edward Island and welcome Winterlude’s

Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors Live

Come and see the only Indigenous Theatre Company in Epekwitk (PEI) showcase their talent and culture through the art of music, stories, theatre and more.

Winter Warmth Festival

Cozy culinary events with 3-course menus and tastings of craft beer, wine and scotch; moonlight snowshoe walks, seaside snoga, skating, fat biking; live entertainment and seaside parties every weekend at the new WARM-UP ZONE.

Ensemble ALKEMIA

Ensemble ALKEMIA February 11 | 7:30pm | The Mack This a cappella vocal trio captures the best in French-Canadian folk music in their newest show. The ensemble skillfully moves between medieval music and French-language folk songs

Laila Biali

Laila’s live show is eclectic and energetic, a true representation of her on and off stage. Melodies take thrilling left turns and pre-choruses give way to instrumental interludes. It’s jazz, it’s pop, it can’t be put into

David Myles

Supreme sonic stylist David Myles and his all-star band will take you on a musical journey of shimmering soul, magic jazz, streetwise funk, and earthy blues. His immaculate pop melodies and timeless rock ‘n’ roll tunes have helped

Treble with Girls

Treble with Girls is a lively and fun group of entertainers, who have become an audience favorite around the Island. With the laid back, kitchen-party atmosphere they create on stage, they engage their audiences like they were old

The Winter Concert Series

The Winter Concert Series! We have FOUR Showcases for you beginning on Nov 25!! Brought to you by the School of Performing Arts Music students & the Events Management students.

PEI Winter Woodlot Tour

Enjoy hot apple cider as you take a tour through a local woodlot and visit the knowledgeable and talented presenters. Snowshoeing, horse and sleigh rides, maple syrup, birds of prey and more! A free, family-friendly event.


Halifax-based Jah'Mila is reggae royalty – she's the daughter of legendary roots reggae guitarist Earl “Chinna” Smith, a key player in Kingston, Jamaica's reggae scene. A beacon for positive messages of hope and Jamaican music

Joce Reyome

Sheer vocal power. Absolute musical grace and control. Joce Reyome has been captivating audiences with their dynamic performances on stages throughout the east coast of Canada, where they now call home.

Ride It: Learn to Winter Bike with Meridian 63 MTB

Free instruction on what you need to know and a guided ride in Rotary Friendship Park. Bikes supplied.