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Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute (Fredericton)

Dolan's Pub 349 King St, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Join us for a faithful recreation of this legendary live performance, on its 40th anniversary, along with a bonus set of SRV favourites. Connor Fox and Jonnie Price hold up their end of the bargain by leading the guitar charge, while Jamie Guitar and Andrew DeMerchant anchor the night in their respective roles as Double Trouble. This show is a ‘must-see’ for any fan of the guitar.

Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute (Moncton)

The Tide & Boar Gastropub 700 Main Street, Moncton, NB, Canada

Join us for a faithful recreation of this legendary live performance, on its 40th anniversary, along with a bonus set of SRV favourites. Connor Fox and Jonnie Price hold up their end of the bargain by leading the guitar charge, while Jamie Guitar and Andrew DeMerchant anchor the night in their respective roles as Double Trouble. This show is a ‘must-see’ for any fan of the guitar.

Stevie Ray Vaughan Tribute (Saint John)

Wasted Day Brewery 36 Water Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Join us for a faithful recreation of this legendary live performance, on its 40th anniversary, along with a bonus set of SRV favourites. Connor Fox and Jonnie Price hold up their end of the bargain by leading the guitar charge, while Jamie Guitar and Andrew DeMerchant anchor the night in their respective roles as Double Trouble. This show is a ‘must-see’ for any fan of the guitar.

Travelogue: In the Footsteps of Joni Mitchell

Fredericton Playhouse 686 Queen Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Join an array of fantastic Canadian musicians as they honour and perform the timeless work of Joni Mitchell.

Connor Fox & Logan Richard (Fredericton)

Dolan's Pub 349 King St, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Connor Fox and Logan Richard are touring NB to bring awareness to their respective abilities as two of the Maritimes brightest young guitarists and song writers. Two stools, two guitars and two massive talents in one amazing show!

Jazz at Purdy’s with Dee Hernandez

Delta Fredericton 225 Woodstock Road, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Canadian artist Sass Jordan declared Dee a ‘world class jazz singer’, while Maritime Edit magazine called her ‘the voice of Cuban-Canadian jazz’.

Saltwater Songs

Fredericton Playhouse 686 Queen Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

With Saltwater Songs, Catherine MacLellan, Rachel Beck, and Cassie & Maggie are joining forces to present a brand new songwriters’ circle. These three East Coast acts will share the stage for a collaborative evening of entertainment, including original folk, pop, and Americana, as well as traditional fiddle tunes and step dance.

Theresa Malenfant and The Instigators (Fredericton)

Dolan's Pub 349 King St, Fredericton, NB, Canada

If you like hearing the blues coming from deep inside an artist’s soul, you will be captivated by the force and passion of a Theresa Malenfant performance.

$20

Theresa Malenfant & Scott Medford (Saint John)

Water Street Dinner Theatre 110 Water Street, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

ECMA winner Theresa Malenfant and renowned guitarist Scott Medford have become one of the most popular blues duo acts in the Atlantic Provinces.

$20

David Francey

Charlotte Street Arts Centre 732 Charlotte Street, Fredericton, NB, Canada

“David Francey’s clear, simple songs speak volumes to his followers. David is known as one of Canada’s finest tunesmiths and a champion of the ‘Everyman’, admired for his less is more approach to writing. It’s amazing how he manages to address the deep stuff with such spare ingredients.”

$40

Ross Neilsen

Dolan's Pub 349 King St, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Ross Neilsen makes his return to Fredericton for a live show at Dolan’s Pub, his first in the city since 2022. The evening will take on a celebratory tone as Ross brings it all home - solo, duo and band performance. It's sure to be a special event!

Paul Campbell – It’s All About the Love

Charlotte Street Arts Centre 732 Charlotte Street, Fredericton, NB, Canada

Paul Campbell, known to many Frederictonians as an entertainer who has been bringing crowds to the dance floor for decades, has never considered himself a songwriter. However, with the chaotic political climate of recent years, he felt the need to complete his one and only attempt; a song he started to write while vacationing abroad in 1976. It’s now finished, and in a move that’s very ‘on-brand’ for Campbell, he has scheduled a celebration in its honor.

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