The 2019 Larlee Creek Hullabaloo lineup includes Elliott Brood, Steve Marriner, Dave Gunning, J. P. Cormier and more.
The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo have announced this year’s festival lineup with acts from Ontario and across Atlantic Canada set to perform at the 12th annual event held in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick, August 7-11.
This year’s lineup includes Juno Award-winning folk-rock trio Elliott Brood, Dave Gunning and J.P. Cormier, P.E.I. song bird Rachel Beck ft. Atlantic String Machine, Christina Martin, Dave Sampson, Nova Scotia songwriting hero Ian Janes, Steve Marriner of Juno Award winning act MonkeyJunk, blues duo Earle and Coffin, Nova Scotia indie folkers Villages, plus Jessie Brown, Tommy Green Jr., Leanne Hoffman, and more. Terry Whalen, Dan Doiron, and Kendra Gale will also be back bringing the gift of music to 20 local youth participating in the 2019 Rock n’ Roll Boot Camp.
The Hullabaloo will also welcome back the beloved duo Hat Fitz and Cara, from Australia.
Add to this all the wonderful community events and surprise pop-up concerts throughout the village running Wednesday through Sunday which include the free Picnic In The Park with festival stars Rachel Beck, Villages, and Cameron Nickerson, and the supper show at Railcar Brewing with Dave Sampson and Steve Marriner. More headliners will be at the Farmer’s Market Saturday, there are River Cruise shows on the St. John, and lots of kids music and activities at the Family Stage.
All this and more in store when the 12thannual Larlee Creek Hullabaloo takes place this August. Full details and ticket information is available now at www.larleecreekmusic.ca