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Celebrate New Brunswick

August 6 @ 1:00 pm

We’re hosting the hottest acts of our province featuring Keith Hallett and FM Berlin rockin’ it New Brunswick style on the Market Square Boardwalk Stage!!

FREE family event with bounce rides, temporary tattoos, balloon sculptures, face painters and cupcakes.

FREE Admission at the New Brunswick Museum – Come and celebrate New Brunswick’s great stories and engaging gallery activities throughout the day.  Where else can you enjoy all things New Brunswick?  Family activities throughout the day will include, crafting – build a NB flag mural, face painting, and more!

Come out to support My Home Apparel right here on the Boardwalk from 1pm – 10pm, August 3rd to the 6th.
Lots of great handmade products made in Canada. Take a piece of home with you, wherever you go.
*5% of all Home Profits will be donated to the Saint John Homeless Youth Shelter*

Also, Mountain Boy Guitar CO. will be here from 1pm – 4pm on August 6th. Check out some of their jaw dropping guitars made with old cigar boxes and guitar sliders made with wine glasses – both will be available to purchase. Each one uniquely made right here in Southern New Brunswick.

Market Square is renowned as New Brunswick’s Festival Place. It’s the place to experience a taste of exclusively N.B. food, drink, and music: celebrating the finest of our province.

Featured Performers:

Keith Hallett – Home-grown blues wonder Keith Hallett’s howlin’, growlin’ vocals and soulful, impressive guitar licks and slides have made him a staple of the East Coast blues community. After winning the 2007 CBC Galaxie Rising Star Award at Harvest, Keith released debut album Bear With Me, before setting out for Memphis and the International Blues Challenge the following year. He and his band hit the road running and never looked back, sharing stages and bills with blues greats such as Junior Watson, Buddy Guy and Sonny Landreth.

FM Berlin – FM Berlin is a four-piece Alternative Rock band from Moncton, New Brunswick that sounds like The Police and The Strokes made a baby… in space.

 

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