August 10 to 24, 2019

Prince Edward Island and Southeast New Brunswick
August 15th - 7 p.m.
August 15 show
Scène Uni Coopéation financière stage sur le site MusiquArt - 475 rue Notre Dame Dieppe, NB.


August 16th - 3 p.m.
Ouverture officielle d'Êxtrême Frontières
Parc Riverain Moncton - 186 Boulevard Assomption Moncton, NB.


August 16th - 8 p.m.
25th anniversary show présenté par Loto Atlantique - Scène Asurion stage - Espace invités Extrême Frontière
Parc Riverain - 110 Boulevard Assomption, Moncton, NB.


August 23rd - 8:30 p.m.
Méga-spectacle acadien présenté par Unis TV
Cap-Pélé Arena-  54 Rue de l’Aréna, Cap-Pélé, NB


1755 is a legendary band, something that can be attested by the hordes of devoted fans who continue to show up to see them perform. But even more powerful is the unifying effect felt at each of their shows, because 1755 is much more than just a band; it is in fact the song of my generation. And for some inexplicable reason, more than any other work of art from that era, it was that song that united other generations, transmitting an energy, a sense of celebration and the spirit of the times that consumed us in the early seventies. [ ] But for those who are just discovering, or are rediscovering this music, it's not nostalgia that captures their hearts, but the quality, talent and precision of the musicians, [ ] the overall cohesion, the obvious joy they find in playing together is contagious here and can only lead us into the world in which they belong. This momentum, this intensity and this will can be found today on their records, first recorded on vinyl, then on cassette and now on digital media. But regardless of the medium, these songs always retain a quality that is nothing short of a milestone in musical history.