Stompin’ Tom Festival

Events in Skinners Pond continue throughout the summer

Myles Goodwyn

The Stompin’ Tom Festival Series is a tribute to Tom’s greatest passions: supporting musical talent and showcasing what it means to be Canadian. This summer, visitors can expect concerts, dinner theatre, themed events pairing food and drink with live music, and more at the Stompin’ Tom Centre, a fully licensed, open-air venue in Skinners Pond. 

Featured artists in concert include Jason McCoy, Myles Goodwyn and Kurk Bernard, to name a few. 

Richard Wood, recipient of the 2023 ECMA Stompin’ Tom Award, brings his fiery brand of Celtic music to the Stompin’ Tom Centre every Saturday until September 30 (and Sunday, September 3). Joining him are the Somerset Dancers.

Other events include free, live entertainment daily; the dinner theatre Keep It Canadian by Erin Dunn-Keefe; themed tasting and drink menus at The Hammer Down on July 29 with Jay Gavin and Jason McCoy, and at the Hoedown on August 26 with fiddler Billy McInnis, Joey, Jamie and Kurk; and Shucked-In, a PEI version of Newfoundland and Labrador’s Screeched-In.

Visit stompintomcentre.com for tickets, schedule and full details.