Live Music Events Spill Into Community Jubilee Weekend

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Live Music Events Spill Into Community Jubilee Weekend

Leading up to and during the mainstage Jubilee, Jubilee-goers, live-music fans and supporters will have many opportunities to enjoy and support live music in the community.

“We have a killer line-up this year and again are proud to offer some great live music, for all tastes and ages, outside of our main stage,” said Executive Director, Carlton Munroe. “We’re excited with a new approach for the Songwriter’s Circle, a new local venue and of course the opportunity to promote live music in our downtown New Glasgow area.”

The weekend starts with the Jubilee Kick-Off Party on Thursday July 28th at Acro Lounge with Jubilee Main Stage and late-night stage alumni Alert the Medic with Grooveback. Admission is $10 at the door and show starts at 10:00pm.

On Saturday July 30th, the Jubilee welcomes all to the free Children’s Jubilee, from 12-4pm at Carmichael Park in New Glasgow and will feature Shelley Bean and the Duckety Muds and The Jugglin Bubblers.

Saturday afternoon continues with the Jubilee Songwriters Café, formerly the Songwriters Circle, which will be hosted by The Commune and feature Doris Mason, Ashley George, Lacey Morrell and Dylan Menzie. Donations at the door will be accepted and donated to the Autism Pictou County Music program.

The sweet sounds continue into Sunday with the Youth Stage at Carmichael Park from 1-2pm, with Carleigh Halliday. Following this, the free Blues in the Park, presented by the Pictou County Blues Society at Carmichael Park from 3:00-6:00pm and will feature Bill Stevenson with Chris Mitchell and Full Dose.

The Jubilee Late Night Stage at Acro Lounge features three nights of late night music as the Main Stage wraps up, starting at midnight.  Friday night’s Late Night Stage features Main Stage performer Jesse Brown in a club show, along with Andre Pettipas & The Giants.  Saturday night has Coyote, along with a show you won’t want to miss – the legendary electronic rock sounds of Jimmy Swift Band.  The Late Night Stage wraps up Sunday featuring Reeny Smith and Pictou County’s StoneHouse.  Admission at the door is $10.

Rounding out the weekend will be the Jubilee Electronic Wrap Party at the Commune, starting at 12:30am. Cost is $10 at the door and will feature Wet Paint.

 

Media inquiries:
Carlton Munroe, Executive Director, New Glasgow Jubilee
carlton.munroe@newglasgow.ca
(902) 752-4800