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Sport and Activity

Spring Smash

When it comes to Demolition Derbies, nobody does it like Speedway Miramichi does! Our must-experience events feature the wildest drivers smashing and crashing through a Figure 8 race, a Back-Up race, a Dash for Cash, and several other wild and crazy events to qualify for the grand finale - the Demolition Derby!
85, chemin McKinnon
Miramichi, NB
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Edmundston Tourism Summer Events

Edmundston has a lot on the go this summer! Here are a just a few of the many activities that are part of the programming. To know more about all the events planned in the city during the summer months, check out the full list. Animated StoryTime Discover a Sport Drive-In movies Fireworks Food trucks days Intercultural Happy Hour Musical "Foodie" Tuesday Musical Wednesdays Musical Po...
Various Locations
Edmundston, NB
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Community and Culture

Big Brothers Big Sisters 16th Annual BIG Book Sale

Once again, a physical bookstore will be located on level 1 of Brunswick Square (the old Lil’ Shop of Science location) from Tuesday, August 3 to Tuesday, August 31. Bookstore hours will be from 10 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday and Saturday, August 14th and 28th from 10am to 5pm. All forms of payment will be accepted. All health precautions recommended by the government of New Brun...
Level 1 Brunswick Square
39 King St
Saint John, NB
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Music

Rock N Roll Festival

This three-day Rock ‘N’ Roll festival takes place in Miramichi, New Brunswick and includes such events as the Golden Oldie Car Show, concerts, street dance, fireworks and much more. Get your poodle skirts and leather jackets ready because we’re gonna rock this summer!
20 Fountainhead Lane
Miramichi, NB
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Community and Culture

Market at the Miramichi Civic Center

Join us at the Miramichi Civic Center on Saturday August 14 for our biggest market yet! There are so many local New Brunswick artists and vendors that you will definitely find something for you! This event is to support the non-profit organization Power for Pets. Come and meet RJ Power, the lipstick lady, herself. She will have information about adoption and fostering. You might even m...
487 King George Hwy
Miramichi, NB
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Community and Culture

Mini Belledune Days Weekend

Saturday, August 14 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. BBQ with hot dogs, potato chips and water Music by Patsy Talbot Blow up slide for kids Beer gardens (must be 19 or older) 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. Dance (19 years and older) Music by Matilda Ride Band Tickets will be limited and sold ahead of time (10 per person; please contact Gina Card at 705-801-5736 or Darrell Culligan at 520-9322) Sunday, August 15 ...
2404 Main St.
Belledune, NB
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Community and Culture

Pumpkin Day

At the marina of the Parc du Petit-Sault in Edmundston, come and admire our giant pumpkins during this family day. Local products kiosks, activities for kids and more. The event is held in late September.
116 Rue Victoria
Edmundston, NB
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Community and Culture

FICFA

The FICFA is based in Moncton and Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada and has been in existence since 1987. Its mandate is to present francophone films.
140 rue Botsford St.
Suite 21
Moncton, NB
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Community and Culture

The Elves' Great Hopping Spree

December 1st to the 24th Animation, festive music, live window display and decorations, photo ops and more holiday surprises for you to discover in downtown Edmundston. Come and see for yourself the magic in the city, and why not do your holiday shopping at the same time. Window animations and musical window
 
Edmundston, NB
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Community and Culture

Hubcap Comedy Festival

Enjoy some of the best comedic talent from our very own region and from across the country. Quality English and French stand-up shows, improv nights and sketch comedy performances at the Capitol Theatre and throughout many local clubs and restaurants.
Various venues
Moncton, NB
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Community and Culture

Plaisirs d'hiver Carnival

Celebrate winter on the island of Lamèque, in the Acadian Peninsula. Observation and photo rally at the Ecological Park, at-home snowman and snow painting contests, disco skating, open house at the Aca-ski Outdoor Centre and more!
Various locations
Lamèque, NB
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Food and Drink

Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada Festival

Saint-Quentin and area, in the heart of the Appalachian mountains, hosts a festival that lives up to its reputation as the maple capital of the Atlantic Canada. The festival features maple syrup, wood sawing and carving, as well as a culinary program. Free tastings of taffy on the snow, maple-themed meals and many other activities.
Various locations
Saint-Quentin, NB
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Food and Drink

Maple Fest 2022 - Pedersen's Country Maple

Pedersen's will be hosting a weekend of fun in the greater outdoors of Albert County. Walk the trails, tour the sugar shack, enjoy taffy on the snow and other fresh products for purchase. Smokey Mountain dips, the best local dips, will be here as well for purchase. Cash only accepted. Come meet the friendliest Easter bunny from 1 pm till 3 pm on Saturday; he loves selfies! Can't wait t...
Pedersen's Country Maple
222 Levy Rd. East
Dawson Settlement, NB
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Food and Drink

2022 Artisan Spirit Awards Tastings

Saint John's Hopscotch Whisky Bar will host a tasting of 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Award winners with Craig Pinhey, a local sommelier, wine, spirit and beer judge as well as a writer. Tasting a bottle of the competition's overall Spirit of the Year, and since NB had several spirits awarded medals, the tasting will be focusing heavily on locally produced spirits. Two seatings availab...
Hopscotch Whisky Bar
45 Canterbury St.
Saint John, NB
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Community and Culture

Woodstock Quilt Guild Show

Two day event showcasing the works of the Woodstock Quilt Guild. There will be ticket sales on a raffle quilt as well as quilting Vendors where fabric and notions can be purchased. Please see our website for full event details.
AYR Motor Centre
105 Connell Park Rd.
Woodstock, NB
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Music

34th Annual East Coast Music Awards

Get ready for a five-day, non-stop musical celebration in the Capital City! One of the top music industry events in Canada, the East Coast Music Association (ECMA) awards showcase the best artists and musicians on the East Coast. Fredericton will come alive with music from world-class talent from across the Maritimes, showcased in a variety of unique venues and multiple stages! ...
15 Peter Kelly Drive
Fredericton, NB
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Sport and Activity

Fredericton Marathon 2022

Celebrating 44 years as the Maritime Provinces' longest running marathon; half marathon, 10 km and 5 km and Youth Fun Run options also available. Come and run this fast, flat, scenic river route!
740 Aberdeen Street
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Chipman Spring Festival

Come down to the arena in the Village of Chipman on May 7 between 8 a.m. and noon to see our great local vendors and exhibitors! The perfect outing for mom during Mother's Day weekend.
Chipman Arena
18 Arena st
Chipman, NB
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Community and Culture

Festival Inspire

Now an international, travelling, non-profit street arts festival, with its hometown in Moncton, NB. Inspire transforms cityscapes and towns by putting all the arts in all the public spaces while painting giant murals. Programming includes live art, interactive installations, projection mapping, street performance, circus, music, and stuff we have not even thought of yet. Our murals st...
Moncton and other NB Tour locations
Moncton, NB
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Food and Drink

Rotary Ribfest on the Miramichi

The 2022 Rotary Ribfest on the Miramichi, hosted by the Rotary Club of Miramichi (formerly Newcastle), will take place the weekend of May 27 – 29 at the Miramichi Port Authority (Hi Tech Industries) wharf on Newcastle Boulevard. This will be a drive-through only, with no activities except for a large 50/50 draw. The major beneficiary will be the Youth Resource Center. Ribbers in attend...
Ritchie Wharf Park
84 Nortons Ln.
Miramichi, NB
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Music

PLAEX Spring Clean-up

A free and public event for all ages. Let's clean up the city, just in time for Summer! ♻️ Guest Speakers ♻️ Live Music ♻️ BBQ ♻️ Bouncy Castle ♻️ Face Painting ♻️ Crafts and Games ♻️ City-Wide CLEAN UP
King's Square
Saint John , NB
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Music

Living Roots Festival

A roots festival taking place in several small venues including living rooms, cafes, restaurants, parks, street corners, or anywhere else. Acts from across the country and beyond; full range or solo, duo and bands, poetry... anything goes.
Various locations
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Apple Blossom Festival

After several years of absence, the Apple Blossom Festival returns to Memramcook. In partnership with the Festival Acadie Rock, the Verger Belliveau Orchard invites the population to come and enjoy the magnificent scenery offered by the fields of flowering apple trees and the incredible talent of artists from the region from June 3 to 11, 2022.
1209 Principale Street
Memramcook, NB
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Community and Culture

Gathering of the Scots Festival

The 2022 Gathering of the Scots – its 19th celebration in fact, will take place June 4) as the warmth of summer returns to New Brunswick. As in the past, this festival will offer a wide diversity of cultural-based activities and entertainment venues to visitors.
Veterans Field
1131 West Riverside Drive
Perth-Andover, NB
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Food and Drink

Freddy Beach Ribfest

The Maritime’s largest food and music festival where professional rib teams compete and serve some of the best ribs, chicken, and pulled pork in the country. Continuous live music from the best Maritime performers, indoor and out-door activities.
Capital Exhibit Centre
361 Smythe Street
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

World Wide Knit in Public Day

Bring your lawn chair and bag lunch at the Where the Wildflowers Grow Gallery in Perth to celebrate the World Wide Knit in Public Day from 10:30 am to 2 pm. Fastest Knitter and Fastest Crocheter contests begins at 1 pm sharp. Winner(s) get a crown, gift certificate and bragging rights for a year. We will be yarn bombing the shop and whatever else we fancy. Let’s show the world our num...
1281 West Riverside Drive
Perth-Andover, NB
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Community and Culture

Fredericton Relay for Life

Join the Canadian Cancer Society on June 11 for the return of the Relay For Life in-person experience. Fredericton residents are invited to come together with Canadians across the country to support people affected by cancer at Relay For Life. Participants of all ages are welcome to attend. Register today at relayforlife.ca to move and be moved.
Wilmot Park
15 Saunders Street
Fredericton, NB
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Sport and Activity

Hook & Paddle Kayak Fishing Series

Canada’s premier kayak based multi-species, catch-photograph-release series with several different dates and locations. Join the tournament at one of many amazing locations, and don’t miss the opportunity to catch multiple species, and to be part of a growing community of kayak anglers.
400 Twin Oaks Drive
Moncton, NB
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10km Chaleur National Bank CKLE

The 10 km Chaleur takes place annually on the second Saturday in June. The race is popular with experienced runners for its speed and also with novice runners for the ease of the route. Our event includes a 5 km and a 10 km run, ase well as a 5 km walk. Once these events are over, races of 300 m and 1 km are organized for children, followed by an awards ceremony and a spaghetti dinner....
218 Du Parc Street East
Beresford, NB
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Community and Culture

FLOURISH Festival

FLOURISH is an independent, not for profit music and arts festival held annually in New Brunswick's capital city of Fredericton, Canada. Renowned for content diversity, creative daring and its super-friendly vibe, FLOURISH is a critically and popularly acclaimed artist-run festival.
Downtown Fredericton
Fredericton, NB
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Food and Drink

Le FestiVin - Virée gourmande

Come rediscover the pleasure of the senses through the event of La grande virée gourmande de 2022! May 14-15 - Kabernet Restaurant in Lamèque May 21 - CIELO Glamping in Shippagan May 27-28 - Le Couvent Restaurant in Tracadie June 3-4 - Origines cuisine maritime in Caraquet June 16 - Pinokkio Restaurant in Shippagan June 17 - Grains de Folie Café in Caraquet June 25 - Crêpe Bre...
Various locations
Lamèque, Shippagan, Tracadie, Caraquet, Paquetville, NB
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Music

Edmundston Jazz and Blues Festival

The Edmundston Jazz and blues Festival marks the beginning of the summer season. Artists from New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia and the United States meet at the Festival. Whether you like jazz, blues, swing, latin or funk, let yoursel be carried away by the rhythm of the festivities at the Edmundston Jazz and Blues Festival!
8 Court Street
Edmundston, NB
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Community and Culture

Greater Moncton Highland Games & Scottish Festival

Feats of strength and feasts of lobster! Join us as the Greater Moncton Highland Games and Scottish Festival hosts the 2022 Scottish Masters Athletics International (SMAI) World Championships. Nearly 200 of the World's strongest Heavy Events athletes, pipe bands, highland dancing, and Big Ceilidh Tent performances by The American Rogues, The Barra MacNeils, and more. Fun for the whole ...
Hal Betts Sportsplex
250 Assomption Blvd.
Moncton, NB
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Community and Culture

Military Muster at Kings Landing

Recruits Wanted! Local military reinactment groups will set up camp at Kings Landing to offer their interpretation of American, British and New Brunswick military history. Hear stories about a soldier’s life and keep an eye our for deserters and skedaddlers!
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Sport and Activity

Benjamin Circus

John Davenport is a third-generation circus performer and along with his brother Jairo have created the “Great Benjamins Circus”, which will be visiting Fredericton this summer. A traditional circus that offers amazing acts of international quality while being true to the traditional circus roots.
Capital Exhibit Centre
361 Smythe Street
Fredericton, NB
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2022 Memorial Cup

The Saint John Sea Dogs host the best teams in the Canadian Hockey League in the 2022 Memorial Cup Championship, presented by KIA. Enjoy nine days of great hockey, as well as celebrations and events throughout the region.
TD Station
99 Station Street
Saint John, NB
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Tour Paramedic Ride

Tour Paramedic Ride East-NB will be a 3-day cycling journey with participants coming from across Canada. Day 1: Moncton to Alma Day 2: Alma to Quispamsis Day 3: Quispamsis to Fredericton We ride to honor our fallen paramedics and support initiatives that assist paramedics and their families in time of need such as mental health.
Various locations
Moncton, Alma, Quispamsis & Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Minto Coal Mining Festival

The Minto Coal Mining festival is a community celebration of the coal mining heritage in the region. For 10 days from the end of June going to July there is a wealth of activities, including music, food, a parade, youth talent showcase, dances, kids' games, face painting, bouncy castles, fireworks, card tournaments, look-alike contest, a pet parade, an ironman/maiden competition, a gos...
Various locations
Minto, NB
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Community and Culture

The Miramichi International Chalk Art Festival

The Miramichi Chalk Art Festival will have professional, intermediate, and novice street painters who have two days to complete giant 2D and 3D, 8' x 10' paintings on the Water Street pavement. The closed-to-traffic area will include a children's chalk zone, an afternoon music stage, food trucks, and vendors. A lot of fun for the whole family! Our chalk event features street painters f...
1745 Water Street
Miramichi , NB
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Down on the Farm at Kings Landing

New Brunswick’s early farmers worked hard to be self-sufficient while raising animals, clearing land, building homes, growing food, maintaining crops and gardens, making tools and clothes, and more. Come to Kings Landing this weekend to learn all about life on a 19th century farm, see where you can lend a hand to our busy farmers and pick up some new skills along the way. ...
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Fredericton, NB
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Music

Shediac Summer Nights 2022

Summer Nights will be very lively this summer on Parlee Beach in Shediac with 50 shows on the second floor of the Euston Park Restaurant from June 10 to September 3, 2022. This festival will feature about 50 artists from the Maritimes, Quebec, Manitoba, Louisiana and France.
Euston Park Parlee Beach
221 Parlee Beach Road
Pointe-du-Chêne, NB
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Music

Festival Inspire - Caraquet

Festival Inspire is an international, travelling, non-profit street arts festival, to transform cityscapes and towns by putting all the arts in all the public spaces while painting giant murals. Programming includes live art, interactive installations, projection mapping, street performance, circus, music, etc. Festival Inspire creates a proactive culture of art in public space. By cre...
Various locations
Caraquet, NB
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Music

Festival (506)

Music·Musique NB will presents some of the best emerging and developing talent New Brunswick has to offer! Shows in Moncton, in Fredericton and online.
140, Botsford Street, Suite 30
Moncton, NB
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Community and Culture

Campbellton Salmon Festival

The Campbellton Salmon Festival is an event not to be missed! Many activities are organized for all ages, including salmon supper, music performances, carnival, daily activities for children and families, Canada Day celebrations with a spectacular fireworks display, and much more. Experience our downhome hospitality by celebrating with family and friends and enjoy a week full of fun an...
76 Water St.
Campbellton, NB
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The "Wednesdays Shows"

Weekly shows all Summer in front of the Old Convent, every Wednesday night at 7 pm (except on August 10, with a children's show starting at 6 pm) June 29: Hubert Cormier July 6: Marty B. July 13: The Silent Wildebeest July 20: The Improbable August 3: Matt Boudreau August 10: Maria Cannelloni August 17: Amélie Hall August 24: Joey Robin Haché August 31: The 3 males ...
Vieux Couvent Stage
Caraquet, NB
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Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival

The Grand Falls Regional Potato Festival is one of the longest running festival in New Brunswick, celebrating its 60th edition in 2022! The festival brings together the people of Grand Falls and its surrounding communities. Music, local singers and musicians, local artisans, food, activities and competitions for all ages, and much more. In concert this year: Big Wreck, Travis Cormier, ...
131, Pleasant St, suite 100
Grand-Sault , NB
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Canada Day Celebrations (Perth-Andover)

Celebrate Canada Day in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick at Veteran’s Field. Celebrations include live entertainment, old-fashioned games, water games, cake cutting ceremony, and a family fireworks display in the evening. Something for everyone of all ages!
Veterans Field
564 East Riverside Drive
Perth-Andover , NB
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Community and Culture

Minto Summer Festival

Come on down to the village of Minto for a weekend filled with great family fun! Bouncy castles, Science East and food trucks at the park, parade featuring Miss and Little Miss Minto, and a show from the local Cunningham Haines Band at the arena. Stay tuned on the festival's Facebook page to stay up to date with new additions to the lineup.
52 Park St.
Minto, NB
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Sport and Activity

Centreville Truck & Tractor Pull/Centreville Super Power Pull

Tractor pulling is a competitive motor sport in which modified farm tractors, modified tractors or trucks drag a metal sled along a prescribed course. The sled contains a box filled with weight that is mechanically winched forward as the sled progresses along the course. This Truck and Tractor Power Pull, hosted by the Centreville Chamber of Commerce and the Village of Centreville, tak...
698 Central St.
Centreville, NB
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Community and Culture

Atlantic Visual Arts Festival (Festival des arts visuels en Atlantique - FAVA)

The 26th edition of FAVA, Art in the Daily Life. Follow us on the FAVA Facebook page to discover the summer program as well as the upcoming fall activities. Every weekend, from July 1 to August 28 2022, at the Founding Cultures Museum in Grande-Anse, discover the live creations of eight artists. You will also find the exhibition Irreducibles racines, which includes 25 works by Mi'gmaw ...
Founding Cultures Museum
184 Acadie Street
Grande-Anse, NB
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Food and Drink

Beer on the Bridge

The Rotary Club of Fredericton Sunrise and SNAP! A Burlesque Revue welcome you to join us on the Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge in Fredericton for a festival of the spirits! Give back to your community while you watch the sun go down over the mighty Saint John river. Come support Rotary's community projects while enjoying mead, beer and cider, live music, and food from some of New Brunswic...
Bill Thorpe Walking Bridge
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

The Shediac Lobster Festival

From July 2 to 10, locals and visitors alike enjoy close to 50 activities and experiences during Shediac's famous lobster festival. The very popular music concerts on the festival’s main stage will feature Cayouche, Les Gars du Nord, the popular local group Big Bad Party Band, Laurie LeBlanc, the Halifax-based band Signal Hill, the Moncton-based Love Guns with their show A KISS Tribute...
58 Festival Street
Shediac, NB
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Big Wolf's Backyard Ultra Edmundston (Silver Ticket)

Held in the splendid Edmundston region, New Brunswick Backyard Ultra will be run in a magnificent environment. This challenge is described as one of the most mentally and strategically grueling races in the world. Contestants run a 4.1 mile loop every hour, all day, all night, nonstop. The Big Backyard will continue until but one man is left standing… no matter how long it takes. The l...
Petit-Sault Park
Edmundston, NB
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Show & Shine at the Atlantic Salmon Museum

This first Annual Show and Shine has a lot in store for all car fans! Cool cars and prizes, music, BBQ, market, and raffles. Head to the Atlantic Salmon Museum for a fun day on Saturday, July 2 (rain date Saturday July 9) from 10am to 4pm. Information on registration: contact Bayard O’Donnell at 403-660-3731 or email donegalinc@gmail.com Information for market vendors: contact Daphne...
263 Main Street
Doaktown, NB
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Lupin Quilt Fair & Market

The 38th Annual Lupin Quilt Fair and Market takes place on Saturday July 2 from 10am to 5 pm and on Sunday July 3 from 11am to 4pm. Come view over 200 quilts and see the work of more than two dozen crafters from around the Maritimes. Admission is $3 for adults, $1 for students, and free for children under 6. There is a canteen available and a playground for the children. Vehicle enthus...
33 Moore Road
Port Elgin, NB
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Community and Culture

Ballet by the Ocean - Summer Series

Allow your senses to guide you in this one-of-a-kind exclusive experience. Come immerse yourself in the scenic backdrop of one of New Brunswick’s most stunning natural habitats while enjoying the astounding beauty of the award-winning Atlantic Ballet and savouring incredible local food pairings by celebrated New Brunswick chefs. Summer Series July 2–31, 2022 Every Wednesday and Saturd...
Secret Location
Grande-Digue, NB
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Summer Activities at Académie Sainte-Famille

Tracadie's Académie Sainte-Famille socio-cultural centre has a full program of cultural activities in store throughout the summer from July 3 to August 13: painting and watercolour workshops, comedy evening, culinary workshop with sommelier, conferences, macramé workshop, literary encounters, craft creation workshops, writing workshop, theatre, and more! Visit our Facebook page to see ...
399, Du Couvent Street
Tracadie, NB
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Perth Elks Lodge 70th Anniversary Celebration

The Perth Elks Lodge will be hosting its 70th anniversary celebrations on Saturday, July 9, from 2-7 pm, followed by a dance that evening. The day's activities will include a community BBQ, music, activities for children, and a formal anniversary celebration. Everyone is invited to attend!
549 East Riverside Dr.
Perth-Andover, NB
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Community and Culture

New Brunswick Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival

The sea and its riches, fishing and its seals… It's a whole maritime heritage that is celebrated in style during the New Brunswick Fisheries and Aquaculture Festival in Shippagan, the commercial fishing capital of New Brunswick. Participate in the many activities of the oldest festival in the Acadian Peninsula: blessing of boats, music shows, sporting events, theatre and more. ...
200-1 Hôtel de ville Avenue
Shippagan, NB
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Community and Culture

Power & Politics at Kings Landing

New Brunswick was established as a province on June 18, 1784 that would have its own government, money and taxes. It was divided into parishes and counties with magistrates, sheriffs and other officers. This weekend at Kings Landing, see how power and politics in the mid-1800s played a role in the lives of the Villagers.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Community and Culture

National French Fry Day

Celebrate National French Fry Day at Potato World on Wednesday, July 13. Events are scheduled to run from 11am until 2pm. This is a family-friendly event offering a variety of activities and entertainment for all ages. Adults will enjoy the visiting the outside market and musical entertainment provided by Ivan Daigle; while little ones will enjoy inflatable bouncers, face painting, and...
Potato World
385 Centreville Road
Florenceville-Bristol, NB
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Community and Culture

Festival by the Marsh

Festival by the Marsh is one of Southeast New Brunswick's most active summer festival, featuring outdoor plays, namely Shakespeare productions, workshops, music and more in July and August.
Various locations
Sackville, NB
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Community and Culture

Acadie Love Pride Festivities

The great Acadie Love Pride Celebrations features the beauty of diversity with a series of colourful cultural activities including an educational component. We are proud to promote inclusion, solidarity and awareness of the 2ELGBTQIA+ community.
Various locations
Caraquet, NB
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Community and Culture

Lac Baker Tourism Festival

Celebrate summer at the Lac Baker Tourism Festival! Come to the municipal beach and enjoy the welcoming atmosphere of this exciting summer festival. Mingle with local festival goers and participate in sports and cultural activities held during this 3-day event.
99 de l'Île Rd.
Lac Baker, NB
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Community and Culture

Waterways Weekend at Kings Landing

Long before the construction of roads and the use of modern transportation, waterways served as the primary routes for travel, trade and exploration. Join us at Kings Landing for stories, songs and demonstrations all about life on the water and those who navigate it.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Sport and Activity

The Miramichi International Kite Festival

The Miramichi International Kite Festival presents a weekend of family kites flying at the Bricks Field, on General Manson Way in Miramichi. See some of the best kite flyers in the area! There will also be a flying area for the public and children, and 350 kites will be distributed to children for free! The festival will also feature an entertainment stage, food trucks and vendors. Eve...
The Bricks Field
General Manson Way
Miramichi, NB
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Sport and Activity

Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tournament – Woodstock

This live release Smallmouth Bass tournament by New Brunswick Sport Fishing Association (NBSFA) is held annually in beautiful downtown Woodstock at Centennial Park. The anglers depart the launch at 7am to fish the Meduxnekeag and Saint John Rivers. Come and participate or drop by at 4pm each day to see some of the province’s finest tournament anglers bringing their fish to the scales. ...
Centennial Park
Woodstock, NB, NB
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Community and Culture

International Fiesta

Come join the fun during the International Fiesta, organized by the Multicultural Association of the Chaleur Region. Live entertainment, face painting, henna art, BBQ, bouncy castles and so much more!
Coronation Park
Burns Drive
Bathurst, NB
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Community and Culture

Lady Smith Manor Annual Summer Market

A Summer Market filled with a unique selection of local artisans, summer treats, and an unforgettable experience of being part of a French Country Market. Turn back the clock and enjoy tradition at its best surrounded by the history and charm of an 1842 Georgian Manor. Enjoy browsing the local artisans and vintage inspired vendor booths, treat yourself to a taste of Summer at our Ice ...
22 Woodlawn Road
Dorchester, NB
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Community and Culture

Lamèque Provincial Peat Moss Festival

For 48 years, the Peat Moss Festival has celebrated Lamèque Island's second largest industry after fishing. Activities include a large festival market, rallies, tournaments, family day and great shows including a country night and the fabulous Party des tourbières.
Lamèque Arena and various other locations in town
Lamèque, NB
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Music

Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival

Oldest festival dedicated to baroque music in Canada, the Lamèque International Baroque Music Festival is held on the island every July. Since 1976, the festival has attracted thousands of music lovers with outstanding performances on period instruments. Programs include vocal and instrumental selections, featuring choral works, chamber music and solo pieces.
Various locations
Lamèque, NB
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Music

Blues D'la Baie Festival

The Blues d'la Baie music festival in Petit-Rocher brings visitors and locals together to enjoy the rich talent of seasoned and emerging artists from around the region, Canada and the world! Join over 6,000 blues fans during the festival in this friendly village where parking lots are transformed into performance venues for free shows and a large Big Top tent hosts all main performance...
Rue Principale et Rue Laplante Est
Petit-Rocher , NB
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Community and Culture

Bon Ami Festival

The Bon Ami Festival is the largest festivals in Dalhousie. Many who no longer live in Dalhousie return each year to take part in the numerous festivities. Family and high school reunions have become a big part of the celebrations and these continue to grow each year. Activities held throughout the Bon Ami Festival include a gigantic beach party, market days, parade, pageantry, dancing...
111 Hall Street
Dalhousie , NB
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Community and Culture

New Brunswick Highland Games

A fun-filled family weekend on the grounds of historic Government House. Come for your annual Celtic infusion of award winning music, piping and drumming, highland dance, traditional Scottish athletics, food and craft vendors, genealogy, and so much more! Don’t miss the workshops, Friday evening kick-off party, Kids Corner and crowd favourite, Massed Bands! Be a Scot for the weekend. ...
Government House
51 Woodstock Rd.
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Mosaiq Festival

The Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area (MAGMA) in partnership with the City of Moncton invites you to the annual Mosaïq Multicultural Festival, a unique and colourful celebration of Moncton’s growing diversity. Come explore the World Village, where our many cultures showcase their traditions, music and dance, foods, arts and crafts, and so much more! And you won’t wa...
Riverfront Park
Assomption Boulevard
Moncton, NB
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Festival BITOWA

Festival Bitowa, Tracadie's mega show, is back! This must-see event takes place under the Big Top located at 4104 Principale Street in Tracadie during the weekend of July 23, 2022. The public will have the opportunity to celebrate with the best tribute bands (Supertramp, CCR, Bon Jovi, Bryan Adams), Loaded Dice, and Track of Rock. Camping on site available.
4104 Principale Street
Tracadie-Sheila, NB
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Dress & Disguise at Kings Landing

Whether someone is dressed for practicality or to show their status, clothing plays a significant role in every society and every era. Join the villagers of Kings Landing as they display their favourite outfits, discuss the latest trends in clothing, and put on a fashion show.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Sport and Activity

Perth-Andover Tuff Muck Challenge

Runners will grind their way through this challenging 5km course which features 16 obstacles that you or your team has to face. Web climb, log walk, tarzan swing, and much more. The Perth-Andover Tuff Muck challenge is like no other - see you there on July 23, 2022.
Legion Street
Perth-Andover, NB
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Community and Culture

Campobello Fogfest

Campobello Island’s Fogfest is an annual music and arts festival held on beautiful Campobello Island in the Bay of Fundy. Established in 2013 to raise awareness of the island’s rich cultural history and tremendous natural beauty, Fog Fest offers a range of music to suit every taste from classical, gospel, and jazz to bluegrass, folk, rock, and country. Herring Cove Provincial Park will...
Various locations
Campobello Island, NB
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Acadian Festival of Poetry of Caraquet

Oldest francophone literary festival in the Atlantic, the Festival acadien de poésie (Poetry Festival) takes place in Caraquet and the Acadian Peninsula as part as the Festival acadien de Caraquet. It showcases the diversity of literature, authors and creators, treating the public to a contemporary literary experience in books, on stage, and in performance.
Various locations
Caraquet, NB
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Houle & Houblon Night

Organized by L'Aquafête of Tracadie and Regional Municipality of Tracadie, from 7 pm to 10 pm. Beer tasting with local breweries and live music, all directly on the dock. A light meal will be served in the evening. Ticket purchase required.
Quai Marina de Tracadie
Tracadie, NB
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Festival Royal Edmundston

An event not to be missed! The Royal Festival is a new musical event organized annually in July in Edmundston, New Brunswick. This festival of electronic music and rock shows will take place in downtown Edmundston right on Canada Street! The colourful events and experiences will take place over two days. Come celebrate and have fun on July 29 and 30, 2022!
Rue Canada
Edmundston, NB
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Music

Area 506

The AREA 506 Festival takes place every New Brunswick Day long weekend on the Saint John Waterfront, and features the best of our province’s music, culture and goods. Their shipping container village creates the backdrop for a diverse group of vendors, brands and cultural groups to truly showcase the energy and ingenuity of our province’s artisans, craftspeople and musicians. Each year...
85 Water Street
Saint John, NB
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Music

Cape Tormentine Beach Music Festival

The Cape Tormentine Beach Music Festival offers three days of live country music! For 2022 details visit: http://capetormentinebeachcampground.ca/events/festival-schedule/ Call 506-538-7229 for updated information about camp bookings, tickets and one day passes.
1 Route 955
Cape Tormentine, NB
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Food and Drink

Down East Brew Fest

The Down East Brew Fest brings together 40+ craft breweries, cideries, meaderies and some spirits. Carleton Street will be home to a great variety of craft beverages and local food suppliers.
Carleton Street
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

Festi-plage

The Festi-plage is a multi-generational event with activities and music for all ages. The festival goes on for the entire weekend and ends on New Brunswick Day with a recognition awards ceremony to honor our citizens' commitment, followed by a celebration with music and cake.
180 rue du Parc Est
Beresford, NB
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Community and Culture

Emancipation Day at Kings Landing

On August 1, 1834, slavery was abolished in Canada and other British colonies, freeing enslaved people in Canada. This weekend at Kings Landing, we will mark Emancipation Day and focus on Black history in New Brunswick.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Sport and Activity

NBSFA Dennis Wilson Memorial Bass Tournament – Fredericton

This annual Smallmouth Bass tournament is held out of downtown Fredericton by New Brunswick Sport Fishing Association (NBSFA) in memory of long term tournament competitor Dennis Wilson. Drop by the event to see some of the Maritimes’ top tournament anglers as they bring their fish to the scales. This is a live release event. All fish are immediately returned to the river after being we...
Carleton Park
Fredericton, NB
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Community and Culture

The Rush in Tracadie

Thousands of people stroll down Tracadie's Main Street to visit a large number of craft and artifact booths, enjoy meals in the many canteens and food trucks on site, watch small outdoor concerts, and visit dozens of antique cars at the car show.
Marché Centre-ville
3416, Principale Street
Tracadie-Sheila, NB
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Music

Gala de la chanson de Caraquet

The Gala de la chanson de Caraquet is the most important francophone song contest in the Atlantic region, having contributed to the development of more than 600 emerging artists thanks to its professional coaching, training component, multiple stage experiences and numerous prizes and scholarships.
Carrefour de la mer
29, Du Carrefour Ave.
Caraquet, NB
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Chocolate Fest

Each year Canada's Chocolate Town, St. Stephen, NB, celebrates our community's sweet and rich heritage with our annual Chocolate Fest. Now in its 38th year, our family-oriented festival is "choc-full" of activities, fun events and all things chocolate, including pre-festival events in July! The staff of Chocolate Fest along with our mascots, The Great Chocolate Mousse and Tiffany are e...
73 Milltown Blvd.
St. Stephen, NB
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Memramcook Show "N" Shine - 2022

The Annual Memramcook Show N Shine will be held on Sunday, July 31 on the grounds of the Memramcook Institute. No entrance fee but donations welcome. Schedule of events: 8:30 am - 1:30 pm - Registration 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm - Prize draws 3:00 pm - Awards presentations, including the "Most Popular" award
480 Centrale Street
Memramcook, NB
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Hartland Covered Bridge Market

On August 1, 2022, Hartland will hold its 7th annual Covered Bridge Market from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This year's event will be the biggest to date, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of the world's longest covered bridge. Our market will feature over 100 vendors and food trucks, live music and entertainment, children’s games on the waterfront, and a classic car show on Main Street. If y...
Hartland Hill Bridge Rd.
Hartland, NB
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New Brunswick Day

You are invited to New Brunswick Day celebrations on Monday, August 1 at the New Brunswick Legislature in Fredericton! This free, all-inclusive event will take place rain or shine. Celebrations will take place from noon to 10pm, concluding with a fireworks display around 9:45pm from the Westmorland Street Bridge.
706 Queen St.
Fredericton, NB
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New Brunswick Summer Music Festival

A two-week festival celebrating classical chamber music, featuring the works of selected composers played by Canada’s most talented classical musicians. Festival includes concerts, emerging artists and free community performances.
Various Locations
Fredericton, NB
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The Ploye Show

Eight artists will take the stage at République Provincial Park on August 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to offer a musical review of the last 50 years, with a little touch of humor! Limited seating; call 506-740-6186 to book your ticket!
31 Isidore-Boucher Blvd.
Saint-Jacques
Edmundston, NB
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Miramichi Folksong Festival

Join the fun at Canada’s longest-standing folk festival, celebrating Miramichi folklore with singers and fiddlers featuring authentic traditional and contemporary folk music. Don't miss the Noon Luncheon with great food. All shows are held at Beaverbrook Kin Centre, except closing dinner/concert at Carrefour Beausoleil, Miramichi In 2022, it will be the 65th edition of the festival. V...
Beaverbrook Kin Centre, 100 Newcastle Blvd.
Carrefour Beausoleil, 300 Beaverbrook Rd.
Miramichi, NB
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Future Forest Festival

Back for its 8th year, New Brunswick's Future Forest will drape itself across the lush trees and riverside at Albright's Corner, NB inviting attendees to immerse themselves in a musical and artistic environment. This festival has grown into a community which creates a unique multifaceted arts experience. Future Forest proudly embraces the perspective that there are no spectators at the...
15, 18th Road
Albrights Corner, NB
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Life at the Lakes

Don't miss the Life at the Lakes ‘A little bit of everything' festival in early August! History talks, artisans creating, art, food, wine tasting, market, musical entertainment, car show, quilt show, triathlon and much more at several locations throughout Cambridge-Narrows and its surrounding area. Go to www.lifeatthelakesfestival.ca for the most up-to-date schedule and map showing the...
Several locations
Cambridge-Narrows, Lower Jemseg & Codys, NB
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Festival acadien de Caraquet

Get ready to party loud and proud at the biggest Acadian celebration of the year. With a spectacular program of many artists and events, including the joyous Tintamarre parade on Acadian Day, you’ll experience joie de vivre at its best.
Downtown Caraquet
Caraquet, NB
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Music

Voir Miscou et mourir Festival

Series of shows and concerts in the unique and magical setting of the historic Miscou Island lighthouse located at the tip of the Acadian Peninsula in New Brunswick. August 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 15, 17, 18, 21, 23, 26, 27, 28, 30, 31
Phare de Miscou
13300 Route 113
Miscou, NB
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Sand Sculpture Competition

Take your chances against the tides and build the biggest and best sand sculpture of all time on New River Beach! Join in for fun and prizes. Rain date: August 7
New River Beach Provincial Park
78 New River Beach Rd.
New River Beach, NB
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Music

Rising Tide Trails & Tunes Festival

Rising Tides Trails and Tunes Festival is a showcase of Atlantic Canadian talent with Fundy National Park at its heart and spreading out into the communities nestled along the southern coast of the UNESCO designated Fundy Biosphere Reserve. From Hillsborough to St. Martins, the weeklong festival highlights local music, art, trails, and food to tell the stories of this amazing place and...
Stages, trails, historical buildings, markets in
Hillsborough, Riverside-Albert, Alma, Sussex, St. Martins, NB
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The Moveable Feast at Kings Landing

The Moveable Feast is a new dining experience that will take you through the Village and back in time at Kings Landing. Spend the evening sampling appetizers and drinks in the Village with your main course, dessert and port served at the King’s Head Inn Restaurant. Saturday, August 6 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at King's Head Inn Restaurant $50 plus Eventbrite fees: $53.25 total (includi...
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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RCMP MUSICAL RIDE

Ganong Nature Park, is proud to present the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride. A Canadian tradition since 1876, a troop of 32 scarlet coated “Mounties” on majestic black horses present a 30 minute show of intricate figures and cavalry drills choreographed to music. Take advantage of this truly Canadian experience and see one of our national treasures perform live at Ganong Nat...
350 Todd's Point Road
Dufferin, NB
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Champêtre Dinner

Three-course dinner featuring local and market products. The evening takes place in the courtyard of the Tracadie Market starting at 7 p.m.
Marché Centre-ville
3416 Principale Street
Tracadie-Sheila, NB
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Beresford fête l’Acadie!

Beresford fête l'Acadie was established in 2015 by the Town of Beresford's cultural development committee. This multi-day festival highlights our Acadian richness with activities, music and a presentation of documentaries by Acadian director and screenwriter Phil Comeau (Belle-Île-en-Mer and Belle-Île en Acadie).
180 Du Parc Street East
Beresford, NB
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Larlee Creek Hullabaloo

Held in Perth-Andover, and known as the “Little Festival that Could,” the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo brings together some of the best talent the East Coast of Canada and beyond has to offer, for one weekend of pure musical bliss. The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo is known for its genre-rich lineup, collaborative performances, and the downhome hospitality we show our audience and the artists who...
12255 Route 105
Perth-Andover, NB
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Sculpture Saint John

Sculpture Saint John is an initiative that brings sculptors from around the globe to carve massive pieces of granite into works of public art, in a public setting. Granite-dust flies and visitors learn about the process as the giant stones are transformed in uptown Saint John. Currently 30 finished pieces are available to visit as part of the Sculpture Trail, with eight pieces being ca...
Long Wharf
Saint John, NB
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Atlantic Dance Festival

The Atlantic Dance Festival (adFda) is a must-attend event for dance enthusiasts and professionals. The 17th edition will take place from August 11 to 21, 2022 in Greater Moncton. Dance performances and films, workshops and master classes are all on the agenda!
140 Botsford St.
Moncton, NB
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Fundy Sea Shanty Festival

Paying homage to those ships and sailors who helped forge nations, the Fundy Sea Shanty Festival acknowledges and celebrates their stories and songs and invite locals and visitors to celebrate the region’s maritime history. This international event features sea shanty performances, workshops, historical presentations, meals, a pirate parade and activities for children. Events will take...
Village of St. Martin's
St. Martin's, NB
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The Miramichi International Buskers Festival

Street performers from around the world converge in Miramichi at our 2nd annual buskers festival, August 12-14 at Waterford Green, Ferry Park and on Water Street. This year, we present acts from Santiago, Melbourne, and Toronto through Quebec City, including Guinness World Record Holders, Pele's favorite soccer entertainer from South America, North America's top hula hoop duo team, and...
Waterford Green, Ferry Park and Water Street
Miramichi , NB
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Acadian Celebrations at the Garden (Sortie branchée en Acadie)

La Sortie Branchée en Acadie is a three-day family festival organized to celebrate National Acadian Day in the Northwest region of New Brunswick. It highlights a wide variety of artistic disciplines and relies on the active participation of young people and everyone in the family. The event is in a way a great celebration of arts and culture in a magical natural environment, the New Br...
15 Isidore-Boucher Blvd.
Saint-Jacques, NB
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Artists in the Garden 2022

The highest quality juried artists and craftsmen from across the Maritimes will have their work on display for sale, surrounded by the colours, textures, and fragrances of our gardens. Work will include textiles, leatherwork, metalwork, jewelry, pottery, woodturnings, and more!
2700 Route 890
Cornhill, NB
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Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tournament – Perth-Andover

This live release Smallmouth Bass tournament by New Brunswick Sport Fishing Association (NBSFA) is held on the Saint John River in downtown Perth-Andover. Since our first tournament here, Perth-Andover has become recognized as one of New Brunswick's premier bass fisheries and is a favourite stop on our tournament trail.
Waterfront Adventure Centre
Perth-Andover, NB
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2022 Outdoor Kitchen Party - St. George

Come to St. George on Saturday, August 13 for the kick off party of the newly formed Mariners Alumni Association. All are welcome to a 10 hour local music festival offering a wide range of styles — everything from classic country, bluegrass and gospel to pop, new country, blues and rock. Local artisans and a variety of great food options on site. A beer tent will be open for the last h...
Fundy High School
44 Mt. Pleasant Rd.
St. George, NB
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Mega Show Tracadie : PARTY ACADIEN

Under the Big Top located at 4104 Main Street in Tracadie, the Party Acadien is proud to welcome renowned artists to celebrate Acadian culture. The popular group Salebarbes will be on stage on Saturday, August 13, 2022 with the Acadian group Réveil and Pic-Bois. Camping on site available.
Grand Chapiteau
Tracadie, NB
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National Acadian Day

From the Acadian Peninsula to the southern part of the province and all the way to Acadia of the Land and Forests in the northwest, New Brunswick’s Acadian communities – big and small – get decked out in blue, white, red and yellow to celebrate National Acadian Day. A host of festive activities take place to mark the occasion, including music, concerts and the Tintamarre, a merry parad...
Acadian Communities
New Brunswick, NB
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National Acadian Day in Le Goulet

The National Acadian Day festivities in Le Goulet begin at 1:30 p.m. with various games for the young and young at heart. The Acadian flag raising ceremony takes place at 6 p.m., followed by the tintamarre (traditional noisy parade) and performances by local artists.
1295, Principale Street
Le Goulet, NB
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Acadian Day Festivities in Petit-Rocher

Join us to celebrate August 15, National Acadian Day. Organized activities for the family will begin at 2 p.m. (musical shows, inflatable games, face painting, etc.) and will end at 10 p.m. with a fireworks display. Come and make noise in Petit-Rocher, we are waiting for you!
582 Principale Street
Petit-Rocher, NB
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RCMP Musical Ride in Woodstock

Western NB Crime Stoppers, in partnership with DunRoamin Stray and Rescue and Carleton County Animal Shelter, will be hosting the RCMP Musical Ride at Connell Park Grandstand in Woodstock, NB on Tuesday August 16, 2022 at 6 pm. The RCMP Musical Ride represents a Canadian colourful tradition of 29 black horses and riders performing a variety of cavalry drills choreographed to music. The...
Connell Park Grandstand
Woodstock, NB
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Levee on the Lake

Levee on the Lake is a four-day folk music festival featuring the best in Country, Bluegrass, Celtic, East Coast, Acadian, Old Time and fiddle music in Sackville, New Brunswick. We are proud to highlight Indigenous culture and arts from New Brunswick as well. The event features 6 music concert events, 3 of which are ticketed and 3 are free. There is a pulled pork supper and square danc...
9 Morice Drive
Sackville, NB
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Sand Castle Festival of Le Goulet

The Sand Castle Festival (Festival des châteaux de sable) is a yearly event held in the small community of Le Goulet in the Acadian Peninsula during the month of August). Stroll the boardwalks all the way to the beautiful sandy beach, where most of the activities are taking place during this fun-filled weekend. Take part in the sand sculpture contest, with musical entertainment by a si...
Municipal Beach
Le Goulet, NB
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Rendez-vous des artistes

The largest gathering of painters and sculptors in Eastern Canada! The Rendez-vous des artistes allows visitors to see the artwork of more than a hundred painters and sculptors, all in one place in Saint-Léonard, New Brunswick.
Parc Clarence Bourgoin
212 Saint-Jean Street
Saint-Léonard, NB
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Third Shift

Third Shift, presented by Third Space Gallery, aims to inspire Saint John residents to reimagine their city, reclaim vacant and under-utilized areas and engage with the surroundings of the uptown built environment. Participating artists will reflect on the area’s cultural landscape and historic architecture to develop their projects and exhibit the works. Third Shift will highlight the...
Uptown Saint John
Saint John, NB
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Sussex Flea Market

The Sussex Flea Market, hosted annually by the NB Antique Auto Club at Princess Louise Park, is back for its 39th edition with over 800 vendors and tons of treasures waiting to be discovered. Whether you’re looking for collectibles, antiques, auto parts, household items, or just looking to spend the day bargain hunting, it's a not-to-miss summer event on August 19-20 (8am-8pm) and Augu...
Princess Louise Park
10 Leonard Drive
Sussex, NB
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Miramichi Scottish Festival

August 19, 2022 6 pm - Tartan Candlelight Dinner, Riverside Entertainment Centre August 20, 2022 1 pm -3 pm - Old-fashioned family picnic, Wilson's Point Historic Site August 21, 2022 10 am - Memorial Church Service, Saint Andrew's United Church, Wellington Street 2 pm - 4pm - Enjoy a great afternoon of music, heritage characters, as well as a Scottish Tea at MacDonald Farm Heritage ...
Various locations
Miramichi, NB
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Fibre & Fire at Kings Landing

This weekend at Kings Landing, we focus on those who handmade some of the most important items during the 19th century by turning fibre into fabric or forging items in the fire. Stay tuned for details on hands-on workshops!
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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UCOF Fashion Fall Festival 2022

Are you a cultural enthusiast, foodie, artist, entertainer or just young at heart? Then this event is for you. Join us for an unforgettable show and festival featuring fashion designers and retailers of diverse cultural heritage at the Imperial Theatre, Saint John. Highlights of the event include kids on the runway, dance, music, performance and presentations, as well as an outdoor mul...
12 King Square South
Saint John, NB
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Bagosse Festival (Moonshine)

Discover the era of prohibition in Saint-Hilaire. Welcome to the Maxime Albert’s Tavern, where you can test and see how the “bagosse” (moonshine) was made during the prohibition. Family activities and friendly tournaments.
2167 Principale Street
Saint-Hilaire, NB
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Lumberjack Breakfast at the Woodmen's Museum

Join us at the Central New Brunswick Woodmen's Museum on Saturday August 27 from 8 to 11 a.m. for a delicious old fashion style breakfast. Enjoy a delicious meal of pancakes, home-baked beans, scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, jam and jellies, orange and apple juice, tea and coffee while supporting your local museum. $12 for adults, $6 for youth (6-12); free for kids under 5. ...
6342 Route 8
Boiestown, NB
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Moonlight Bazaar

Music, food, art, and creative performances blended together into one unique experience! An evening reminiscent of a night bazaar, accented by the chaos of unrelated activities - fire throwing, fortune telling, belly dancing, and theatrical vignettes. A stand-alone outdoor street festival unlike any other in the landscape of Canadian events. Instagram it or it didn't happen! The signat...
Grannan Street, Canterbury Street
Uptown Saint John
Saint John, NB
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A Day in the Life at Kings Landing

What happens in a day in the life of someone living along the Saint John River in the 1800s? If only the answer were simple. This weekend catch a glimpse of the daily life of the villagers as we focus on their jobs, tasks, and roles within their community.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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KV Music Fest

Celebrating its 16th year, the KV Music Festival is ready to fill the Kennebecasis Valley with live music and great times to celebrate the end of the summer. With three nights of amazing entertainment, food, and friends, you’re guaranteed to tap your toes, sing at the top of your lungs, and dance like you’ve never danced before!
111 Hampton Rd.
Rothesay , NB
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River Bend Balloon Fest

Western New Brunswick’s only balloon festival takes place in the riverside community of Bath, featuring: twice-daily hot air balloon flights (6:30 am and 5:30 pm); Fair Grounds Finds with local artisans; food vendors; musical entertainment; tethered balloon rides; motorcycle and antique car show; and an evening Balloon Glow (weather permitting). There will be fun for everyone at the Ba...
Fair Grounds
Near 198 Main Street
Bath, NB
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Half Marathon Festivities

Runners come from all over New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and the state of Maine. They’re getting ready to run 21.1-km (13-mi.) along the majestic St. John River. Races of 3 km (2 miles) and 8 km (5 miles) are also organized to encourage young people and novice runners. In the days leading up to the half-marathon, the community of Saint-François swing...
2130 Commerciale Street
Saint-François-de-Madawaska, NB
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Elsipogtog's 36th Annual Powwow

The Elsipogtog Powwow is a not-for-profit alcohol and drug free annual event that takes place on the Elsipogtog First Nation, meant to showcase First Nation ceremonies, dance, food and drumming. It is a gathering that attracts hundreds of people from across Canada and the United States. The Powwow is open to people of all ages and nationalities, it is an opportunity for the community t...
1072 Route 510
Lower Main River, NB
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Summer Soulsa 2022

On Labour Day Weekend, downtown Fredericton comes alive with Atlantic Canada's biggest Afro Caribbean, Latin and African music festival. Join the biggest carnival in Atlantic Canada with a parade downtown, and experience performances and vibes from guest DJs, artists and bands from far and near. Invite and share with friends and family. FREE.
Various locations
Fredericton, NB
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Oktoberfest des Acadiens

The Acadian Oktoberfest is a family event where people have the opportunity to live an experience with Bavarian influences in a welcoming and festive atmosphere. Great tasting of beers and local products, playground for children, entertainment, Rafi’s tales, music and major shows.
651 Des Acadiens Blvd
Bertrand, NB
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Ballet by the Ocean - Fall Series

Allow your senses to guide you in this one-of-a-kind exclusive experience. Come immerse yourself in the scenic backdrop of one of New Brunswick’s most stunning natural habitats while enjoying the astounding beauty of the award-winning Atlantic Ballet and savouring incredible local food pairings by celebrated New Brunswick chefs. Summer Series July 2–31, 2022 Every Wednesday and Saturd...
Secret Location
Grande Digue, NB
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Smallmouth Bass Fishing Tournament – Woodstock

This live release Smallmouth Bass tournament by New Brunswick Sport Fishing Association (NBSFA) is held annually in beautiful downtown Woodstock at Centennial Park. The anglers depart the launch at 7am to fish the Meduxnekeag and Saint John Rivers. Come and participate or drop by at 4pm each day to see some of the province’s finest tournament anglers bringing their fish to the scales. ...
Centennial Park
Woodstock, NB
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19th Century World Fair: Tantalizing Technology at Kings Landing

The 19th century saw many technological inventions and advances that changed daily life. From farming and agriculture to medicine and transportation, essentially every aspect of life moved forward. Join us for demonstrations, competitions and entertainment at Kings Landing’s own 19th Century World Fair.
Kings Landing
5804 Route 102
Prince William, NB
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Atlantic Balloon Fiesta

The Atlantic Balloon Fiesta hosts family oriented attractions including: 30 hot air balloons flying twice daily (early morning and early evening), a renowned Indoor Market, an outdoor market and a variety of food vendors, our all weekend long bandstand, and on Sunday we hold an antique Car Show and Shine. Most of the activities are offered for free. There are also games for children, b...
Princess Louise Park
Sussex , NB
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Medavie Moncton Running Festival

Join us in Moncton, NB on September 10-11, 2022 for the Moncton Running Festival featuring the Medavie Canadian 5K Championships and Resurgo Marathon! Participants from across the country are invited to participate in this unique event, featuring a 5K event, the Resurgo Marathon, the Canadian Masters 5K Championship, and of course, the National Championship for Canada’s elite athletes....
Assomption Blvd.
Moncton, NB
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Harvest Music Festival

It’s Atlantic Canada’s Premiere music festival experience, with 6 incredible days and over 150 performances across 20 stages located in the beautiful historic downtown of Fredericton. Acclaimed international performers, top regional acts and emerging Canadian artists share the stage for a festival experience like no other.
Downtown Fredericton
Fredericton, NB
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Campbellton Bluegrass Festival

The Campbellton Bluegrass Festival is a weekend full of incredible bluegrass music. Thousands of bluegrass lovers come from all over to hear and enjoy the talented musicians. The festival is held at the Campbellton RV Camping, located on the banks of the Restigouche River and surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains. A breathtaking view! Come and enjoy a whole weekend with beautiful sce...
1 Riverview Drive
Campbellton, NB
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Queen's County Fair

Midway, light and heavy horse shows, hauling matches, ox pull, antique tractor display, livestock exhibits, musical entertainment, woodsman’s competition and much more.
Queens County Fair Grounds
Gagetown, NB
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Charlotte County Fall Fair

Come and enjoy an entertaining and fun celebration of rural living at Ganong Nature Park, near the town of St. Stephen. There is so much to see, to taste, to touch and to experience at the Charlotte County Fall Fair! This is definitely an event you won't want to miss.
Ganong Nature Park
350 Todds Point Rd.
Dufferin, NB
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Knowlesville Country Fair

The Knowlesville Country Fair celebrates harvest and community life in rural New Brunswick. Featuring old fashioned games, baking and vegetable contests, farm animal interaction zone, crosscut sawing, live music, corn boil, sausages, fresh apple cider, vendors, and more in the charming off-grid community of Knowlesville. Supper, and a barn dance to follow. Admission by donation. ...
111 Simms Road
Knowlesville, NB
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Saint-Antoine Fall Colours Festival

The Saint-Antoine Fall Colours Festival is an annual festive event with a variety of recreational activities for all age groups to create a community gathering between citizens and people from other communities. Show 'n’ Shine antique car show and parade, volunteer firefighters competition, community breakfast, workshops, farmers market, family run, social dances, family activities, sp...
4556 Principale St.
Saint-Antoine, NB
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Community and Culture

Atlantic Open Farm Day

Join us on Sunday, September 18, 2022 for Atlantic Open Farm Day. Farms open their door for free to public visits (in-person and virtual). Come meet the people who grow and raise your food and see what farm life is like through tours and family activities. For farm information and event map, visit www.atlanticopenfarmday.ca.
New Brunswick
Various communities, NB
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Downtown Arts and Music Festival

Welcome to Downtown Arts and Music Festival! A great mix of FREE showcasing by a diverse selection of artists, for all ages, at Queen Elizabeth Park. From there, Miramichi's food and beverage establishments join in on the party with their adult-oriented (age 19+) ticketed shows.
100 Newcastle Blvd.
Miramichi, NB, NB
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Fredericton Fall Craft Show

Beautiful handcrafted products from all over the Maritimes. Paintings, pottery, jewellery, wood products, skin care, candles and so much more. You can get everything from fall items to Christmas presents and ornaments.
Capital Exhibit Centre
355 Smythe St.
Fredericton, NB
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Tradition Festival - Bertrand

Specific to Bertrand, the Tradition Festival offers an array of cultural activities not to be missed. Cabaret nights, farmers market, village brunch and musical performances take place throughout the festival and are worth a visit!
Various locations
Bertrand, NB
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Coureurs des bois (Trail running event)

The “Coureurs des bois” trail running event will take place on Saturday, October 1 on the Madawaska Trails network in Edmundston. ON THE MENU : - family run - 3 km - participatory race - 13 km - competitive race - 13 km - distance: 27.5 km - ultra distance - 55 km - ultra distance - 82.5 km 99% single track + the greatest ultra distance in the province!
Madawaska Trails
Edmundston, NB
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Provincial Giant Pumpkin Festival

The Neguac Giant Pumpkin Provincial Festival will celebrate its 25th anniversary of 2019, 2020, 2021 this year on Sunday, October 2, 2022. All former participants are asked to show up for this special day. All the public is invited to participate in this event, which attracts people from all over the province.
Various locations
Neguac, NB
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Miscou Red Barrens Festival

The Voir Miscou et Mourir summer concerts series, which takes place at the historic Miscou lighthouse, continues in the fall with the Miscou Red Barrens Festival (Festival de la plaine rouge de Miscou), a storytelling and song event. The mythical legends of the island will be featured with the Gougou, the Bay Monster of Mi'gmaq legends. Guest artists: City Natives (Indigenous group), S...
113 Miscou Harbour Way
Miscou, NB
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Kedgwick Fall Festival

A week full of activities for all ages in the heart of the Appalachian range country, where you will find breathtaking beauty and endless opportunities for exploration! Concerts, parade, hunting activities, lumberjack competition and more surprises. The Kedgwick Fall Festival celebrates our local heritage, the culture of the region and the richness of the people who live there, with an...
20, Saint-Jean-Baptiste Street
(3 De l'École Street)
Kedgwick, NB
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Acadian Peninsula Book Fair

The Acadian Peninsula Book Fair (Salon du livre de la Péninsule acadienne) brings together everything related to books and literature to promote reading and literacy as tools for individual and collective development. It plants the seed for reading and makes discover the universe of the book and the literature, from its creation to its diffusion, while promoting the French language. ...
Centre Rhéal-Cormier
Shippagan, NB
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Moncton Spirits Festival Masterclass Weekend

The Moncton Spirits Festival presents: The Masterclass Weekend featuring a weekend series of Masterclass sessions, workshops and snacks that pair nicely. Over 25 sessions to choose from featuring NB Distilleries as well as national and international favorites. Lots to taste, sample and discover. Various downtown venues are hosting as well as festival Head Quarters The Crowne Plaza Monc...
Crowne Plaza Downtown Moncton
1005 Main St.
Moncton, NB
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Fundy Regenerative Retreat at the Beach Street Inn

Join us and retreat to an oceanside sanctuary for a curated transformative experience at the Beach Street Inn. Take this weekend to feed your soul while you reclaim time, refocus priorities and regenerate your mind and body through Yoga and Meditation Rejuvenating Workshops In the Bay Dips By the Bay Bonfire Full Moon Celebration Sound Bathing Music and Dance Local Catered-to...
16 Beach St.
St. Martins, NB
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Perth-Andover Dam Run

The Dam Run is part of the NB Racing Circuit where runners will accumulate points toward the Provincial Standings. There will be a 1k kids run, in addition to the 5k and 10k runs for points standings. This is a Super Series race in the RunNB program. Registration available online.
1131 West Riverside Drive, Perth-Andover, NB, Canada
1131 West Riverside Drive
Perth-Andover, NB
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Miramichi Zombie Walk

Miramichi Zombie Walk 2022 is happening Saturday, October 8, 2022 at Elm Park, Chatham (Miramichi) from 12 to 3 pm Registration starts at 12 pm (cost is $5/zombie) Walk starts at 2 pm Open to all ages (although might not be suitable for all people due to the theme) Prizes for best youth zombie, best adult zombie, and best horde (group) plus free photos printed on site for anyone...
Elm Park
Henderson Street, Chatham
Miramichi, NB
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Bookstravaganza Book Sale

Join us for Atlantic Canada's largest used charity book sale. Bookstravaganza is the really big, really good, really fun book sale you have been waiting for... since 2019. From Oct. 14 - 5 pm - 9 pm; Oct. 15 - 9 am - 4 pm; and Oct. 16 - 10 am - 2 pm. Admission is Free! Most items $1 and $3.
Moncton Coliseum (front entrance)
377 Killam Dr,
Moncton, NB
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Genealogy Fair 2022

This year’s Fair will be in the Market Square Atrium, from 10:00am to 3:00pm, with information displays, research assistance, and resources. What is a Genealogical Fair? Family Tree information – Come and see what other researchers have been working on. Perhaps your family is here! Talk to people who have genealogical information from the Saint John area, New Brunswick, New England, an...
1 Market Square
Saint John, NB
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Pokeshaw Cranberry Festival

A two-day festival surrounding the cranberry fields in Pokeshaw. Bilingual tours of the Canwick Cranberry fields on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 1 pm. Festivities will also take place at the Pokeshaw recreation centre: food and desserts made by local crafters available from noon to 5 pm on both days, and a music and activities night is planned on Saturday from 7 pm to 10:30 pm. ...
8914 Route 11
Pokeshaw, NB
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Cox & Palmer Atlantic Canadian Craft Brew Fest

The Moncton Beer League is proud to bring you the 7th Atlantic Canadian Craft Brew Fest October 29, 2022 at the Moncton Coliseum to support United Way of Greater Moncton and Southeastern New Brunswick! This event is produced by Amber Effect Events to showcase local Atlantic Canadian products including craft beer, cider, mead and food, all while raising funds for United Way. #ACCBrewFes...
Moncton Coliseum Agrena
377 Killam Drive
Moncton, NB
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Hampton Food & Drink Tour

Small Town - Big Flavours! Join the Hampton Food and Beverage Tour to sample fresh, local tastes from Kredl's Corner Market, Gridiron Brewing, Beer Daddy BBQ, Naija Atlantic Kitchen and Bakery, Busy Day Chefs, Station 33 Café, Ole Foggy Distillery, Hampton Brewing Company, and Ciao Bella Pizza. Saturday, October 29th. Advance tickets only! $50/person (plus HST). Add-on shuttle service...
648 Main Street
Hampton, NB
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Dia de los Muertos Saint John

Dia de los Muertos is a traditional Mexican festival that celebrates art, culture, and community while honouring those that have come before us. The event is a welcoming experience that is built on diversity and inclusion, and will add a new layer to the urban vibrancy that Saint John has come to be known for.
Grannan Street
Saint John, NB
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Chop Chop Dining Week

Discover the variety and quality of uptown dining! Local chefs and restaurants invite you to taste your way through “Chop Chop.” Participating restaurants offer week-long unique menu options at three different price levels. Spice up your lunch and dinners, try a chop chop plate and discover the unique tastes uptown truly has to offer.
Uptown Saint John
Saint John, NB
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The Wrapped Garden (Le Jardin emballé)

The New Brunswick Botanical Garden displays a sparkling and illuminated decor that will enchant the young and young at heart during the Wrapped Garden (Jardin emballé) event kicking off the magic of the holiday season. At the heart of this event is a large public market bringing together more than fifty vendors showcasing local products, impressive artwork, and unique crafts. Musicians...
New Brunswick Botanical Garden
15 Isidore-Boucher Blvd.
Edmundston, NB
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Christmas At The Lady Smith Manor

Join us for "Christmas At The Manor". A unique Christmas Market filled with a selection of local artisans, holiday treats and an unforgettable experience of being part of a "Dickens Christmas Carol". Local artisans and vintage inspired vendors, a cozy outdoor fire, hot chocolate and apple cider bar, live Christmas music and the chance to get the cutest Christmas card picture around. Di...
22 Woodlawn Rd.
Dorchester, NB
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New Brunswick Spirits Festival

Canada’s oldest spirits festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this November 2022! With 45 events over 5 days, this is an amazing opportunity to experience fine spirits from all over the world, many of which are rare and limited. Patrons will have the opportunity to learn from some of the industry’s most knowledgeable Master Distillers and Brand Ambassadors. The festival’s main event...
Delta Fredericton
225 Woodstock Rd.
Fredericton, NB
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Christmas at the Station

The McAdam Railway Station invites you to join us for Christmas at the Station from Thursday, November 17 to Sunday, November 20. See this historic heritage railway station all decorated and lit beautifully for Christmas – it is a magical experience for the entire family. Every visitor is greeted with a hot cup of cider and each room is decorated by non-profit organizations, residents ...
96 Saunders Road
McAdam , NB
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Art Battle Fredericton

Art Battle is back at Fredericton for the Season Opener! Come watch the paint fly before your eyes and help vote to determine the winner as artists battle the clock and each other in 3 fast-paced rounds. All artwork will also be available for auction during this incredible night of community and creation. All ages welcome! *Follow us on Instagram @ArtBattleFredericton! ...
Charlotte Street Arts Centre
732 Charlotte St.
Fredericton, NB
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Big Country Comics Expo

The Inaugural Big Country Comics Expo will take place November 26 and 27 at the Bi-Centennial Ballroom of the Fredericton Inn. Come along to meet professional comic artists from around North America as well as many vendors from across Canada.
1315 Regent Street
Fredericton, NB
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Christmas in the Village (St. Martins)

Join us for Christmas in the Village - St. Martins 2022 on November 26, 27 / December 3, 4 / December 10, 11 and December 17, 18 for a spectacular Christmas experience and fun for the whole family! There will be a lot of Christmas magic to experience with many vendors, a farmers' market, live music, story times, visits with our authentic Santa at the Caves Restaurant, as well as many r...
69 Main St.
St. Martins, NB
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Uptown Sparkles

It’s the ‘most wonderful time of the year’! Experience the old world charm of the uptown core. Enjoy the Mayor’s Tree Lighting, the historic City Market lit up in spectacular splendour, Victorian Carollers, Jolly Trolley Rides, a holiday Craft Market, and more. Bring the family out and visit the uptown shops, boutiques and restaurants for holiday specials and treats. ‘It’s Christmastim...
Uptown Saint John
Saint John, NB
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Craft NB Christmas Festival

Shop fine craft from 40+ of Craft NB's juried members at the Marco Polo Cruise Terminal in Saint John, December 2-4, 2022. We have everything from hand built pottery, to solar prints, to local honey, to glassworks and beyond! We champion fine craft and support the growth of craft in New Brunswick and beyond. Local food vendors will be on site, and carollers to liven up the Christmas sp...
Marco Polo Cruise Terminal
111 Water St.
Saint John, NB
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Sparkle by-the-Sea

Join us for our third Sparkle by-the-Sea celebration from December 8 to 11, a holiday shopping and entertainment event. Participating businesses will be open until 9pm Thursday to Saturday and 12 noon to 5pm on Sunday. The historic downtown will be decorated for the holiday season. Enjoy live entertainment, ice sculpture carving, daily live music, caroling, and face painting while gath...
Water Street
St. Andrews , NB
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Winter Solstice - Music for the Christmas Season

The Saint John Men's Chorus, Cantores Celestes Maritimes and the new Cantores Celestes String Quartet will be presenting “Winter Solstice' – Classical Choral Christmas”. Featured work is Vivaldi's Gloria with instrumental accompaniment conducted by Kelly Galbraith joined by Rob Dutton (trumpet), Carlos Avila (oboe) and accompanists Rebecca Burrill and Dr. Kevin Langford. Both choirs wi...
Portland United Church
50 Newport Cres.
Saint John, NB
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Shivering Songs Festival

Shivering Songs is a midwinter celebration of songwriting and storytelling, promoting arts and culture in the cold winter months. Since its humble beginnings in 2011, Shivering Songs has grown into a landmark cultural event that garners the attention of arts fans throughout Atlantic Canada. The festival aims to create warmth and community, hosting celebrated Canadian artists in intimat...
Various venues throughout downtown Fredericton
Fredericton, NB
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FRYE Festival

The Frye Festival (named after world-renown literary critic Northrup Frye) is the largest literary event in Atlantic Canada. Since 1999, we have been offering Monctonians and NB youth a bilingual celebration of words, ideas, and the imagination. Book clubs, round tables, creative writing workshops, public talks and readings, youth events… oh my! Moncton’s Frye Festival is a bookworm'...
140 Botsford Street
Moncton, NB
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We Believe - Saint John

Gathering over 8,000 youth and educators from across New Brunswick at TD Station in the heart of Uptown Saint John, WE Believe is an event aimed to inspire youth and educators to be the change. A broad lineup of speakers and performers will provide entertainment and raise awareness on many topics including mental and physical health, volunteering, bullying and self-worth, and how each ...
99 Station Street
Penobsquis, NB
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Festival des rameurs (rowing boat festival)

The 54th edition of the Festival des Rameurs of Petit-Rocher will take place from July 5 to 9, 2023 and the 55th rowing competition will take place on Saturday, July 8. The main activity of the festival is the rowing competition of the Baie des Chaleurs by rowing a distance of approximately 35 km (22 miles). This activity is surrounded by activities for all age groups, including bingo,...
582, rue Principale
Petit-Rocher, NB