The Charlottetown Festival

The Charlottetown Festival is an even that is celebrated in Canada in June and September. The Charlottetown Festival is arranged by a group who were unemployed steel-working men frustrated with life got fed up being jobless, women, and the lack of work intended that regardless of looks, ability or anything else, they would be going to be the best male strippers the town has ever seen. At show different themes are expressed such as taking Read More

Charlottetown SummerFest

Charlottetown SummerFest is held June 30 to July 2nd at Confederation Landing Park and Victoria Park, Charlottetown, PEI with the collaboration of the Cavendish Beach Music Festival and the City of Charlottetown. At the weekend free activities are presented to the visitors such as musicians, buskers, rides, games, food vendors, concerts and more in Victoria Park. Read More

Confederation Centre Young Company Presents The Talking Stick

Confederation Centre Young Company presents The Talking Stick from July to August. The Talking Stick is new play demonstrated by The Confederation Centre Young Company. The Talking Stick is 40 minute long play performed by the talented artists of The Confederation Centre Young Company. Free concert six days a week at noon in the outdoor amphitheatre of Confederation Read More

Red Shores Harness Racing

Red Shores Harness Racing has been taking place since July 1st, 1886 at the oldest race track in Canada. Red Shores feel so much honor to arrange the longstanding tradition of harness racing in Prince Edward Island that provides opportunity its visitors to enjoy the thrilling experience by participating in the event. Read More

DiverseCity Multicultural Festival

DiverseCity Multicultural Festival is a family-friendly, free, outdoor street festival with so much excitement and trilling activities that is held in June. Activities such as great music, dancing, visual arts display, Global Jam with drum circle, martial art demonstrations, kids' crafts, and delicious international food are offered to the visitors that attract thousands Read More