Arts & Culture Festival

A weekend celebration on the Montague Waterfront

The Three Rivers Festival Series presents a celebration of art, culture and community at the Arts & Culture Festival on the Montague Waterfront,  July 28–30. Featuring music and performances, an outdoor market, family activities, fireworks and more, there is something for everyone in Three Rivers.

Montague fireworks

The Festival kicks off July 28 at 3 pm at the Outdoor Market with food vendors. A performance of Where’s Jaki? featuring Jesse McCormac, Ella Laybolt, Jacob Pickering and Connor Young begins at 5:30 pm, followed by live music with Keira Loane at 6:30 pm and the Big Shiny Tunes Tribute presented by Craig Fair Productions at 7:30 pm.

The Outdoor Market continues on July 29 from 11 am–5 pm. Attendees can enjoy the cultural exhibits, kids zones with inflatables, art and games, fresh local food and more.

Kobbler Jay
Kobbler Jay

In addition, the Montague Parade also takes place on July 29 at 11 am, followed by live entertainment featuring East Coast Connection (Carter MacLellan & Ben Mitsuk) at 12 noon, Emma Gamble at 1 pm, Kobbler Jay Busker Show at 2 pm, Jorge Peña at 3 pm, Celtic Dancers at 3:45 pm, and Eddie Quinn & John B Webster at 4 pm. Continue to a local venue for live music and more in Montague on Saturday night.  

DiverseCity Festival, a celebration of Canadian multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion through music, dance, displays, information and food, will take place on the Montague Waterfront on July 30 from 12 noon–10 pm. There will be a kids zone with inflatables, art and games. Fireworks, presented by The Eastern Graphic, will start at 10 pm.