Music PEI Week 2024

Celebrating Island music and musicians—Mar 6 to 10

Inn Echo
Inn Echo

Music PEI’s flagship event, Music PEI Week, will run from March 6–10. A full week of shows will celebrate the Island’s diverse musical landscape and give Islanders an opportunity to enjoy performances from this year’s Music PEI Award nominees. 

On March 6, the Music PEI Week Kick-Off opening reception will run from 6–7 pm in the Hilda Woolnough Gallery at The Guild in Charlottetown. The Waveforms nominee showcase, featuring Absolute Losers, BraedenV, Brooke MacArthur, Julia Robichaud and Liam Corcoran, will follow at 7:30 pm upstairs on The Guild’s stage.

The Songwriter of the Year Concert with host Matt Rainnie will be held at St Paul’s in Charlottetown on March 7 at 7:30 pm. Performing are Lennie Gallant, Dylan Menzie, Lawrence Maxwell and The East Pointers.

Tidal Tunes on March 8 at the Souris Show Hall will showcase Ava & Lily, Emily MacLellan, Heather, Pearly Gates, and Richard Wood. On the same night in Charlottetown, Music Mosaic, beginning at 8 pm at Trailside Music Hall, will feature Güiza, Aubin pi la S.C.B., Tzu-Cheng Wang, Lefunk and The Umbrella Collective.

Reprise! on March 9 at 1 pm will feature an afternoon of classical and jazz music at The Guild with Sirens, Tiffany Liu, Dan Rowswell and Luminos Ensemble. That evening, beginning at 8 pm, Coastal Cadence will feature Rick Sparkes, Rightflow, Brad Milligan, Nadia, and Brandon Howard Roy.

Open to the public and held at Confederation Centre of the Arts in the Sobey Family Theatre for the first time in a decade, the red carpet Awards Gala on March 10 will begin at 7:30 pm. Led by PEI’s grand impresario Craig Fair and a nine-piece house band, the Awards Gala will be hosted by Mathias Kom and Ariel Sharratt of The Burning Hell. The 2024 Music PEI Award winners will be revealed and there will be performances by Tara MacLean, Inn Echo, Sirène et Matelot, Jenn Grant and Noah Malcolm. Tickets are on sale at

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