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In New Brunswick, any reason is a good reason to celebrate, and we have many festivals worth travelling for! Whether you take in sunny summer events or winter carnivals, sample local food and wine at culinary events or join in the song and dance at jazz and bluegrass festivals, you’ll celebrate with the locals and feel the pulse of our vibrant cultural scene. Check out our events listings and calendar below (and mark it in yours) so you don't miss out on any of the fun!
 

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Sport and Activity

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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Community and Culture

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

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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Festivals des Rameurs

In 1967, the parish organized a special event to celebrate the Centennial of the Confederacy. This event, the crossing of the Bay of Chaleur in a rowing boat, was such a success that it was decided to hold it annually. In 1968, the Festival des Rameurs started. In addition to the 35-km (22 miles) rowing competition race on Chaleur Bay aboard whaler boats, the festival now offers a lot ...
582 Principale St.
Petit-Rocher, NB
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Community and Culture

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

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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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

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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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