10+ Things to Do in Fredericton This Weekend

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Live shows and events are back on the books and there are several happening across the city this weekend. 

After a series of unfortunate postponements, Fredericton’s bluegrass ambassadors The Montgomery Street Band will take the stage at Grimross Brewing Co. this Saturday for a lively evening of music beginning at 8 p.m.

Live shows and events are back on the books and there are several happening across the city this weekend. Grimross Brewing Co., The Cap, The Tipsy Muse Café, York County Cider, Southside Shake, Broken Record Bar and Music Room and Dolan’s Pub all have performances slated to take place tonight and tomorrow. But the outlier on this weekend’s event list has to be to newly launched Storywalk at Killarney Lake Park. 

Friday 

Derek Gullison at Grimross Brewing Co. Derek Gullison will play two sets of music from East Coast artists this Friday beginning at 8 p.m. Part of the proceeds will be going to help fund the Living Roots Music Festival taking place June 2-5 2022.

Richie Young at Broken Record Bar and Music Room. Fredericton blues musician Richie Young with hit the Broken Record stage for a show beginning at 10 p.m.

Weak Tea at The Tipsy Muse Café. Weak Tea are two New Brunswick girls, transplanted in Montréal, churning out a version of the blues that is anything but ‘weak’. 7 p.m.

Drag at The Cap. New Year, New Salty! Now even Saltier! Featuring: Hinky Dinky, Luna LaFleur, Rio Valentino, Sasha Stratus, Shelissa Dior and Freeda Whales. 9 p.m.

Carlin Fraser at York County Cider. Carlin Fraser returns to York County along with a three piece band. Show starts at 7 p.m.

Gin and Jazz at Southside Shake. 7 p.m.

Speaking the Truth: Blackness in Atlantic Canada (online event). A spoken word event around the theme of being Black in Canada organized by the The New Brunswick Black Artists Alliance to celebrate the launch of the new book AfriCANthology: Perspectives of Black Canadian poets. Meet the editor A. Gregory Frankson, contributors Gary Weekes and Evelyn C. White, and listen to readings by Black poets from Atlantic Canada! 7 p.m.

Southern Comfort at Dolan’s Pub. 10 p.m.

Saturday 

The Vagina Monologues and Other Works at The Tipsy Muse Café. The Muse staff invite you to join them (and a few special guests) for an intimate evening featuring excerpts from Eve Ensler’s episodic play The Vagina Monologues as well as music from Kylie Fox and Jerry-Faye. All ticket sales and donations will be going to Liberty Lane, a local charitable organization that offers housing and support programs to individuals affected by domestic violence. 7 p.m.

Storywalk at Killarney Lake Park. Imagine enjoying a hilarious story while you walk, ski, or snowshoe in the great outdoors! Starting at the lodge, participants will follow a marked trail to discover the hilarious story about a very sneaky Fox and a very sleepy Bear longing to hibernate. The book will be posted in English and French. (self guided).

The Montgomery Street Band at Grimross Brewing Co. After a series of unfortunate postponements, Fredericton’s bluegrass ambassadors The Montgomery Street Band will take the stage for a lively evening of music beginning at 8 p.m.

Kendra Gale Band at Broken Record Bar and Music Room. Riverview’s Kendra Gale Band returns to Fredericton with a rescheduled show this Saturday. 10:30 p.m.

Southern Comfort at Dolan’s Pub. 10 p.m.

Sunday 

Go for a walk! 

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