George Canyon, Bruce Guthro, Beolach, Reeny Smith, Owen O’Sound Lee, Chris Kirby, Kim Dunn and rising star Dee Dee Austin to perform a marathon live and streamed concert at the PJ Baccardax Hall in Pomquet, Antigonish County, on March 26th.

The Antigonish-based Songs and Songwriters Society is partnering with the Stan Rogers Folk Festival to produce this event celebrating songs, songwriters and the reopening of live performance venues in Nova Scotia.

Details You Need to Know

This is a licensed event, so guests must be 19+, IDs may be requested.

Due to gathering restrictions, our onsite audience is limited to 100.

This show begins at 6PM and runs till approximately 11PM, with regular breaks. It’s a marathon, but sooooooo overdue!

Nova Scotia COVID-19 public health guidelines mandate that:

  • Masks must be worn at all times during the performances, except when eating or drinking
  • Masks can only be lowered temporarily for eating/drinking and must go back on promptly thereafter.
  • We anticipate being in phase 2 of the reopening plan by March 26. Above is subject to change at any time.
  • Proof of full vaccination will be required.

Onsite Tickets

Tickets for the live event in Pomquet are available as of 9:00AM on Tuesday, February 15. Please note:

  • There is a limit of 4 tickets per customer
  • If you are attending as a group, please include a note in the available field to help with seating
  • There will be no refunds, other than if the concert is cancelled due to public health restrictions
  • This event is being live-streamed so multiple video cameras will be in use. No other photos or video permitted.

Onsite tickets are $50 plus taxes and fees, and available through EventBrite.

Livestream Tickets

A high quality, multi-camera livestream option will be available for watching this show. Please note:

  • We use a very stable, stand-alone, live-streaming platform, so the show is not streamed to Youtube or Facebook.
  • You require a high speed internet connection and we recommend you update your browser to the most recent version available.
  • If you have technical difficulties on show night, we will make an archival copy available for 1 viewing, for 48 hours. Otherwise it will not be re-broadcast.
  • We will send you a reminder 4 hours before the show and will start a countdown 30 minutes pre-show, so you can ensure your video and audio are working.

Livestream tickets are $25. $5 from each ticket will be donated to Alan Doyle’s “A Dollar a Day Foundation“, which supports mental health programs across Canada.

Get your livestream ticket here.