The Cavendish Beach Music Festival is returning to the shores of Prince Edward Island this July, and the festival is excited to announce the Colliding Tides Kitchen Stage performers joining this year’s line-up at what is Atlantic Canada’s largest multi-day outdoor music festival.
Headlining the Colliding Tides Kitchen Stage starting Thursday, July 7th will be Platinum-selling artist Matt Stell and CCMA Award-nominated and CMAB award-winners Nice Horse as headliners and will be joined by Nova Scotia Music Awards and East Coast Music Award-nominated Witchitaw, multiple YYC Music Award-winner Amy Hef, Thad Cockrell, and multiple CMAB award-winner Mariya Stokes.
On Friday, July 8, 2018 CMT Listen Up and 2019 Pandora artist Tyler Rich and Platinum-selling artist Tebey will serve as the evening’s Colliding Tides Kitchen Stage headliners and will be joined by the award-winning Andrew Frelick, American Idol Alum Laci Kaye Booth, 2022 CMAOntario Rising Star Award-nominated and break out artist Sacha, and First Up with RBCxMusic artist Logan Richard.
Finally, multiple CCMA, JUNO, and international award-nominated Corb Lund and Allie Colleen will headline the Colliding Tides Kitchen Stage, along with additional performers such as multi-award-nominated Chris Ryan, multiple CMAOntario Award-nominated The Redhill Valleys, Dave Sampson, and East Coast Music Award-nominated Rik Reese.
The Colliding Tides Kitchen Stage adds additional star power to the previously announced Cavendish Beach Music Festival headliners, Luke Combs on Thursday, July 7th, followed by Darius Rucker on Friday, July 8th, and Dustin Lynch on Saturday, July 9th, 2022. While single-day tickets for July 7 are sold out, a limited number of single-day passes for Friday, July 8, and Saturday, July 9 are still available starting at $95 plus taxes and service fees at cavendishbeachmusic.com.
Born and raised with thoughts and aspirations of becoming a famous bassist in Sarnia, ON; Emily Plunkett now lives in Gatineau, QC, and considers National Capital Region home sweet home. A product of the Beatles, MuchMusic and the Southwestern Ontario summer festival circuit (circa 2000), her interest and love in concert photography came almost completely by accident when her journalism program at Algonquin College required courses in photojournalism (and she quickly realized that photos taken at concerts using a DSLR are enormously better than ones she was taking on a point-and-shoot she bought for a trip to England). She is extremely proud of the fact she has seen Sloan in some form or another 25 times.