Riverfront Jubilee keeps the party going with lineup announcement for Blues Matinees late-night stages

NEW GLASGOW – The 24th annual Riverfront Jubilee will once again keep the party going after the main stage closes with two late-night stages and a Blues Matinee on the afternoon of August 4.  Each night after the main stage concerts end, the official after parties will begin at both Wranglers Bar and The Spot in New Glasgow. Kicking...

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Pictou: Our Town, Our Story to grace deCoste stage again this summer

During Canada’s 150th celebration in 2017, the deCoste Performing Arts Centre created and staged the original musical theatre production of Pictou: Our Town, Our Story. They are pleased to bring back the popular stage show again this year, refreshed with script updates and several new songs, for four performances, as part of the Festival of...

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JUBILEE: Events galore!

The New Glasgow Riverfront Jubilee has a lot to offer music lovers of all ages and includes more than main stage entertainment. This year’s Children’s Jubilee will take place in Carmichael Park in New Glasgow on Saturday. Entertainment for the event is Razzmatazz for Kids. The event will be taking place from 12 to 2...

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More chances to rock the river

NEW GLASGOW – This year the Riverfront Jubilee is offering even more chances to rock the river, off of the main stage. “We’re so proud to offer incredible talent on and off our Jubilee Main Stage,” said 2017 Jubilee Chair Michelle MacLean. “It’s important to us that we offer something for all ages to celebrate...

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