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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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National French Fry Day

Wednesday, July 13th. 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 littles ones will enjoy inflatable-bouncers, face painting, and visiting the Science East booth. Of course, there...
Potato World
385 Centreville Road
Florenceville-Bristol, NB
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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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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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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