Cavendish Beach Music Festival presented by Bell announces additional main stage performers
Toronto, ON – Today the Cavendish Beach Music Festival (CBMF), presented by Bellis thrilled to announce that more artists will be joining the Bell Main Stage lineup at Atlantic Canada’s largest multi-day outdoor music festival.
Rounding out this year’s CBMF lineup is an incredible array of talent, including JUNO nominees and CCMA award winners Aaron Goodvin, David JamesBMI and CMT award winner Granger Smith feat. Earl Dibble Jr.multiple CCMA and JUNO nominees and SCMA award winners Hunter BrothersJUNO and CCMA award winner Jess Moskaluke, Kelly Prescottnominated for the CMA and ACM awards and winner of the CCMA award lindsay elland several CCMA award nominees MacKenzie Porter.
Also announced today, Country Music Academy and Radio Disney Music award winner and multiple ACM, CMA and CMT award nominees Maddie & TaeCCMA Winner Raquel ColeGRAMMY nominated Steven Lee OlsenCCMA and SASK Music Award winner Tentilled Arts, The Cadillac ThreeJUNO and several CCMA award winners The Washboard Syndicate and TylerJoe Miller.
A two-time winner of the Canadian Country Music Association’s Festival/Event of the Year and nominated for the East Coast Music Association’s Festival/Event of the Year, the Cavendish Beach Music Festival has grown rapidly to become the largest multi-day outdoor music festival in Atlantic Canada. Festival. Located in the quaint resort town of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, Cavendish becomes the hottest, starriest spot in the area each July, attracting more than 60,000 country music fans each year. Past festival performers include Eric Church, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brett Eldredge, Lady Antebellum and country legends Ricky Skaggs, Alabama, Reba, and pop sensation Shawn Mendes.
A limited number of day passes for Friday July 8 and Saturday July 9 are still available starting at $85 plus tax and service charge at cavendishbeachmusic.com.
The Cavendish Beach Music Festival will continue to work closely with the PEI Chief Public Health Office, following their advice to ensure we provide a safe and healthy festival experience. to all participants. Additional information about the festival can be found here.