New Brunswick – August 2018 Event Listings

There are some great events taking place throughout the month of August 2018 – stay tuned for more, but in the meantime hit the road and take in these highlights of New Brunswick.


EVENT-150x150AND...if you've got an event coming up - drop us a line at [email protected] with the details and we'll do our best to get it in there. For more info on submissions click here.



City of Fredericton Outdoor Concert Series-
Officers Square:
JFredericton concertune 26 - September 6: Tuesday and Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
July and August: Saturday 7:30 p.m.

Enjoy free outdoor summer concerts featuring some of New Brunswick’s top performers. A variety of genres are presented; anything from country, to jazz to classical and pop. So grab your chair or blanket and come down to enjoy some great entertainment! click here for more.


Woodstock Old Home Week- various venues
July 27-August 4
This week-long event has something for everyone, including a road race,  4-H Achievement Day, horse pull, gospel concert, street parade and midway to name but a few. Check out the complete schedule of events on the website.



Belledune Days Festival
July 28 - August 5
That's the theme for Belledune Days, a week-long celebration for all ages. There is so much to do and see in this friendly village. Click here for the pdf schedule. And visit for town information.


Hartland Potato Festival
July 28 - August 6
Join this community celebration, held in early summer, with great family-oriented events held daily.   Click here for event details


Festival acadien de Caraquet- various venues
August 3-15
Each year, for the 2-week duration of the festival, approximately 400 artists grace the stage to perform a variety of acts to the 100,000 people in attendance. Cabaret shows, Belles Soirées (pop music, classical sounds, and jazz nights), main-stage concerts, and méchant partys (madcap parties) are just a taste of the festivities!   To find out more, click here


150399_615353628478976_383238821_nChocolate Festival- St Stephen
August 4 - 11
Some of the events include chocolate-themed lunches and suppers, the chocolate chip cookie-decorating contest, the hand-dipping contest, candy treasure hunts, and the Taste of Chocolate. As always, the festival's fun-loving mascots, the Great Chocolate Mousse and his lovely wife, Tiffany, will be on hand to join the festivities. Check out the website for more details

Miramichi Folksong Festival
August 5 - August 10
Join the fun at Canada's longest-standing folk festival! Five days of song and dance featuring authentic traditional and contemporary folk music. From story songs passed on by lumberjacks of old, to modern-day troubadours singing their own compositions, this event has a unique flavour. Open-air concerts, workshops, boat trips, children’s show, noon luncheons with live music and much more. Click here for a complete schedule of events


Harvey Community Days
August 7-12
Harvey Community Days offers lots to see and do for all ages. A parade, carnival, horse pull, community supper, Harvey Olympics, Miss Harvey Pageant and craft show are just a taste of the activities offered during this annual event. For further details go to the website



Larlee Creek Hullabaloo- Perth-Andover
August 8 - 12
Held in Perth-Andover, NB and known as the Little Festival that Could, the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo brings together some of the best talent the East Coast of Canada has to offer for one weekend of pure musical bliss. For a complete schedule of performances click here


Festival of Flavour- Florenceville-Bristol
August 8 - 11
Everything dear to the heart of the wine connoisseur and those aspiring connoisseurs. Expand your horizons with wine seminars, sommelier-guided Grand Wine-Tasting Event, outdoor concert, live entertainment on the boardwalk, cooking demonstrations and gourmet dining! Check out the website for more details


Festival de la rivière - Eel River Crossing
August 11 - 18
Festival de la rivière is an event that brings together people from the community and surrounding area, relatives, as well as former residents of the region who return to spend their vacation here. The festival takes place at the Père-Léo-Lanteigne ball field, near the river, the trail and the park. For more click here.



Join us for a festival of art, nature and community August 25, 12 pm – 5pm
The community of Summerville on the Kingston Peninsula, across the Kennebecasis River from Saint John, is one of New Brunswick’s best kept secrets. Beautiful, unspoiled and rich with tidal estuary wild-life, Summerville also has an artistic heritage few communities of its size can claim. A surprisingly large number of prominent artists have lived and worked there and many still call it home. The people of Summerville will celebrate this heritage and the 150th birthday of Canada (and their local church) in their homes, their back yards and beaches in pop-up galleries on a mile-long stretch of Route 845. For more information click here.

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