Prince Edward Island – July 2019 Event Listings

There are some great events taking place throughout the month of July 2019 – stay tuned for more, EVENT-150x1501but in the meantime hit the road and take in these highlights of Prince Edward Island.

AND...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.

Bluegrass & Acoustic Music Jamboree- Summerside Legion

Every Monday Night
Each week a different band will give a concert, followed by a light refreshment and then a jam. You are encouraged to bring your instrument and join in. For more information contact the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #5 @ (902) 436-2091.


Tuesday Night Ceilidh- Georgetown
every Tuesday

Visit for more details

Good Time Square Dancing- Murphy Centre, Charlottetown

Every Wednesday Night

All are welcome, especially beginners. No partner or special clothing needed, and there is no charge. Volunteers callers are Velma Cardomy MacDonald and Tom Connor. 629-1869 or 892-3839

Confederation Players Walking Tours
On Through August 18
History comes alive when you stroll Charlottetown’s historic district with the Confederation Players -- a troupe of costumed, bilingual Canadians, trained as living Fathers and Ladies of Confederation. Click here to learn more


WHERE YOU ARE - Victoria Playhouse
Runs through July 38
Where You Are, the latest play by Canadian rising star, Kristen Da Silva, is a heart-warming and hilarious tale of love wherever we find it and how we choose our paths in life. Sisters Glenda and Suzanne live a peaceful retirement selling homemade jam on Manitoulin Island. This summer, their usual concerns - trying to orchestrate sightings of their handsome veterinarian neighbour and preparing for the visit of Suzanne's grown daughter, Beth, are complicated by a secret the sisters can no longer contain. When Beth arrives with secrets of her own, the three women find they have no choice but to face things that will change their lives and relationships forever.  For more information and tickets click here.

Indian River Festival- St. Mary’s Church
Runs through to September 15
The Indian River Festival offers a summer long series of concerts set in one of the most acoustically perfect venues to be found anywhere. Experience classical, maritime, jazz, folk/roots, choral music and much more, featuring the very best in Canadian artists. Click here to find out more.


Highland Storm Festival - Summerside
July 8 - August 16

This exhilarating evening of Celtic music and dance will captivate audiences with a stunning display of Highland and step dancers and breathtaking sounds of pipes and drums. Combined with haunting melodies of beautiful traditional songs and the consuming fire of the fiddle, you WILL be moved by this authentic experience. Prepare to sit tight and hold on. There's a Storm coming! . Click here for details

Cavendish Beach Music Festival
July 7 - 9
Cavendish Beach Music Festival – the HOTTEST weekend of the summer! Over 30 country music acts will rock more than 70,000 visitors in the coastal community of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Enjoy Carrie Underwood, Eric Church, Hunter Hayes, Russell Dickerson and MANY MORE. For more info click here

Potato Blossom Festival- OLeary
July 15 - 21
Prince Edward Island's first Potato Blossom Festival was celebrated in 1968 and the Community of O'Leary has been honouring the Island's most valued cash crop ever since! Fun for everyone! Check out the schedule of events:

Crapeau Exhibition- Fair Grounds
July 26 - 28
Celebrate the Exhibition's 60th Anniversary with entertainment, food, agricultural events and much much more. For a schedule of events, go to the website

mermaid tears sea glass festivalMermaid Tears Sea Glass Festival- Souris
July 27 - 28
This unique festival has something for everyone- with a vendor fair of sea glass crafts and activities for the whole family: sea glass bingo, live music, children’s activities and crafts just to name a few. Find out more


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