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Island folk festival

Cloggeroo offers live music, camping and a craft brew picnic

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Cloggeroo—the Island Folk Festival returns to Georgetown in Three Rivers August 12–15. The annual music festival is bringing its usual top notch line-up of roots, rock, folk and blues to its festival tent on the shores of the Brudenell River.

The lineup of musicians includes Theresa Malenfant and the Instigators, Shirley Jackson and her Good Rockin’ Daddies, Steve Marriner with guest Paul Reddick, The Sadies, Stephen Lewis and the Big Band of Fun, Andrew Waite and the Firm, Hawksley Workman, Brandon Howard Roy, The Haunted Hearts, Morgan Toney, Michelle Mock and the Moccasins, and Gordie McKeeman and His Rhythm Boys.   

“This year, we’ve added a Thursday night show full of all blues music, including award winning artists Steve Marriner, Paul Reddick, Theresa Malenfant and The Instigators, and Shirley Jackson and Her Good Rockin’ Daddies,”says Kathleen Flanagan, Festival Board Chair.“And on Saturday, we’re having the first ever Cloggeroo Craft Brew Picnic, in an outdoor setting with craft beers, ciders, food and music.”

A new Festival Bus will also be making round trips from Charlottetown and Montague. Local food vendors will be on site all weekend and the Cloggeroo Festival Campground will be open August 13 and 14.

Visit cloggeroo.com for the full schedule, tickets, camping information and more.

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