Larlee Creek Hullabaloo, also known as the “Little Festival That Could” is back and better than ever, featuring an incredible, all-East Coast lineup, some of the very best live performers from the Atlantic Provinces.
There’s the brilliant P.E.I. songwriter Lennie Gallant, whose iconic “Peter’s Dream” is in the Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame. From Dartmouth comes the biggest heart in rock, Matt Mays and his band, ready to rule Saturday night. Long-time festival favourite Irish Mythen returns, having conquered the world, starring on stages from the U.K. to Australia.
We’re just getting started. There’s beloved, Juno-winning folk singer Catherine MacLellan, rockin’ songwriter Adam Baldwin, and mixing fiery blues with outlaw country, the dynamic new combo of Charlie A’Court and Witchitaw. Special shows include a Tribute to John Prine to kick off the festival Wednesday, Aug. 10, a rock n’ roll Boot Camp for kids, and of course, the legendary Little and Big Hullabaloo shows, on-stage, all-star jam sessions with our headliners.
Don’t miss out on the special Thursday night show, which is only available to Early Bird pass holders. Those lucky folks will get to see feel-good sensations The Hypochondriacs, hot new Cape Breton combo Hauler, and the beautiful voices that make up Les Chanterelles. So get those passes early before this amazing show sells out.
Add shows from Andrew Waite, Campbell & Johnston, Jamie Comeau & The Crooked Teeth, Mike Biggar, Logan Richard, and many more. It’s just too much music for one small village!
The 13th edition of the much-loved festival is happening in Perth-Andover, N.B., from August 10 to 14. TICKETS and PASSES are on sale now at tickets.larleecreekmusic.ca. Individual event tickets range in price from $35 – $100 plus tax and fees.
Pick a day and come for the shows or book a spot and enjoy a mini vacation. All the details are available on their website, https://larleecreekmusic.ca/, and stay tuned for more announcements.
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