Music Runs Through It partnering with York County Cider to bring live music to the northside!
Fredericton, February 28, 2018 – Music Runs Through It has partnered with York County Cider to bring live music to their new taproom stage at Ed’s Garage and Tap Room, located at 38 Main Street. The first show is scheduled for Wednesday, March 14th featuring singer/songwriter Brent Mason from Saint John.
Emma Chevarie, founder of the Music Runs Through It website and promoter of live music in Fredericton, says she is thrilled to be teaming up with Ed Teale at York County Cider to provide even more opportunity for Frederictonians to experience music in its best form – live! “They’ve set up a great space in their Taproom on Main Street and have gone to the efforts of building a stage which I’m happy to program. I feel the room will provide a unique listening space and can’t wait for the inaugural show next month.” York County Cider hasn’t been open long in their northside location but already it has a real community feeling and people have been enjoying the space. It will be wonderful to give them just another reason to come in to enjoy the Taproom.
Music Runs Through It has been presenting and promoting music on a regular basis at Corked Wine Bar for over 2 years having hosted approximately 40 shows over that time. This southside music series will continue and people should keep an eye out for upcoming shows.
Celebrating their 6th anniversary in March, Music Runs Through It feels the timing is right to expand its reach across the river to ensure live music can be experienced throughout the city.
Upcoming shows at the York County Cider location will feature local bluesman Keith Hallett on April 5th and another performance on May 16 is currently being finalized. Tickets available at York County Cider (38 Main St) and Tony’s Music Box (396 Queen St).