Prince Edward Island is one of the three Maritime Provinces of Canada and is the smallest province in both land area and population. However, it is a picturesque location of Canada. There are numerous festivals celebrated at PEI but the most popular among them is the Jazz and Blues Festival.
The Cavendish Beach Music Festival is a music festival held in mid-July. Cavendish is a resort community located 39 kilometres northwest of the provincial capital Charlottetown. The festival’s inception was noted in 2009. The inauguration of the festival was a three-day event that featured major acts like Rik Reese and Neon Highway, Tim McGraw, Big and Rich and Reba McEntire. The event also held acts including Paul Brandt, Doc Walker, and Deric Ruttan.
Country music superstar Taylor Swift took the stage on July 2010, the third day of the festival where approximately 35,000 people were in attendance.
Since then, the music festival has gained a lot of popularity among locals as well as the tourists.
Where exactly is the Cavendish Beach Music Festival held?
The Cavendish Beach Music Festival site is located at 8779 Route 6, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is centrally located between the cities of Charlottetown and Summerside.
Cavendish Beach Festival 2017
The 2017 lineup included Little Big Town, High Valley and Brandy Clark, Kip Moore, Kane Brown, Chad Brownlee, Canaan Smith and Madeline Merlo, Zac Brown Band and Brothers Osborne.
Cavendish Beach Festival 2018
If you are planning to visit PEI in July 2018, Cavendish Beach Festival should be in your bucket list for ‘things to do’ at PEI. You can get more information on the artists and the tickets here.