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Festivals & Events Prince Edward Island

Discover Our Festivals & Events

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

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Events Calendar

Winsloe United Church Ceildih

First Ceilidh of 2022 at Winsloe United Church on Monday, June 6 starting at 7:00 pm with doors opening at 6:30 pm. We welcome entertainers Keelin Wedge, Christine Cameron, and Colleen MacPhee, they will be joined by Judy Lowe, Brian

Garrett Mason

Garrett Mason was raised in Truro, Nova Scotia by his mother Pam, and father, veteran Canadian Bluesman Dutch Mason. His path to become a blues musician started at a very early age.

Shucked in at Stompin' Tom Centre

Become an honorary Islander while visiting the Canadian Oyster Coast. PEI's version of Screeched In involves oysters and shine instead of cod and screech. Learn a little - Laugh a lot!

Gadelle Music Shows

The Village musical acadien will again host music shows this summer by the fantastic group Gadelle, a traditional but still relevant Acadian band from the Evangeline area

Tuesday Night Hootenanny

Defined as ‘an informal gathering with folk music and sometimes dancing’, The Hootenanny offers something for everyone. Hosted by local musicians Jo-Anne Ford and Michael Buell, this weekly event welcome everyone to participate

Dinner and Show - La Veillée au Village

La Veillée au Village Musical presents a dinner and show that promises to give you an excellent evening of comedy, music and great food! The artists, who are among the best performers and musicians in the region, have prepared hilarious

The Island Summer Review

The Island Summer Review offers stand-up jokes, foot-stomping fiddle tunes, real Island news stories and plenty of crowd participation. The only rule? That the stories ring true to the Island, welcome everyone aged 12 to 92, and help

Ti-Manuel & Leah

Two popular characters from the Evangeline area,Ti-Manuel, played by actor, singer and musician Jonathan Arsenault, and Leah, played by singer and musician Jeanette MacLellan, will welcome and entertain you on the terrace.

Summerside Lobster Carnival

Summerside’s primary festival celebrates three Island passions. Enjoy the taste of Island lobster, the best of standardbred harness racing, a first class midway and live local entertainment.

Cavendish Beach Music Festival

This annual festival combines some of the world's greatest country music artists, performing in breath-taking Cavendish.

Highland Storm

Highland Storm - where Highlanders became Islanders - is a musical tribute to the landing of the first Scottish settlers to arrive on PEI in the late 18th century. The show features fiddle, dance, bagpipes and drums and songs which

Open Casket, Open Mic - by Lindsay Kyte and Terra Spencer

What happens when a funeral home tries to make some extra cash by hosting an Open Mic in its spare room? Absolute mayhem!

Sounds of Summer: Shannon & Tony Quinn and Inn Echo

Shannon and Tony have been performing together as a duo for over twenty years. Their style of fiddle and guitar is based in traditional Irish and Celtic music, however they regularly incorporate modern material and vocal selections

JJ Roots

JJ ROOTS captivates and excites with soul-lifting vocals and powerful melodic riffs within their highly impactful original Contemporary Roots/Folk vibe.