An exceptional Island experience! The PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls celebrates its 10th Anniversary from June 10-24, 2018! With more than 50 events showcasing music, dance and storytelling in small rural communities Island-wide, the Festival presents world-class entertainment with Island hospitality. Join us for concerts, workshops, children’s shows, and jam sessions for two weeks in June. For more info, visit www.smallhalls.com or call 902-892-2308.
Celebrate the City of Charlottetown’s 163rd birthday! Show your civic pride at events for all ages including Arts & Culture Awards, a traditional Natal Day parade, outdoor pancake breakfast, youth and seniors’ programming, free workshops, and a birthday party in Victoria Park!
Come help kick off the Indian River Festival summer season at our Open House! There will be music, food, drinks, and great conversation. Come see why they say #musicbreatheshere
Come to our Open Stage to enjoy a relaxed environment filled with great local musicians, food, and drinks.
Food – Fun – Entertainment!
Experience our Middle Eastern Culture with traditional Food, dancing, music and more!
There will be entertainment for all ages including free Bouncies and face painting.
FREE ADMISSION- RAIN or SHINE!
Rising stars hit centre stage as the top prize winners of the PEI Provincial Music Festival join Debut Atlantic’s Award for Musical Excellence recipient, proving that the future of great music is in good hands!
The lawns of Wyatt Heritage Properties are transformed into a Victorian style carnival featuring five cent carnival games, ten cent tea tent and tea leaf reader, clowns, petting farm, live music, arm wrestling, magic show, miniature horse rides, carnival food and more. Admission is free. The carnival is planned with all ages in mind and is the perfect place to meet old friends and make new ones.
Join three-time Juno nominee, arranger, painterm actress, poet, and classically trained musician, Sarah Slean and the popular ECMA-nominated Island ensemble, the Atlantic String Machine, for an incredible night of music where classical meets contemporary!
Going in to its 12th year, DiverseCity Charlottetown will attract more than 20,000 newcomers, visitors and islanders of all ages to Queen Street in downtown Charlottetown on Sunday, June 24th. This eagerly anticipated event is filled with delicious food, sights, sounds, and performances from the many cultures that now call PEI home.
Enter the mythical world with haunting music that explores ancient texts, folklore and legends. PEI’s own women’s choral ensemble Sirens is back at St. Mary’s before travelling to Newfoundland for Podium, Canada’s choral conference and festival. The concert includes a special preview performance of their newly commissioned work from Canadian choral composer Jeff Enns!