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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Sport and Activity

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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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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Food and Drink

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