August 10 to 24, 2019

Prince Edward Island and Southeast New Brunswick
August 20 - 11 p.m.
Pink Flamingos Cabaret and Lounge
Presented by Acadie Rock


August 23 - 8 p.m.

Extrême frontière - Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park, Moncton, NB
Presented by Acadie Rock


It is in the middle of the nineties that Maxime Dangles made his grand entrance into the world of Electro. His melodic techno and classy groove fit perfectly with the great label Kompakt, under which his first EPs are signed. This led artists as prestigious as Moby, Simian Mobile or Royksopp to stop and notice his work, asking him to create remixes them. In early 2010, the young southerner chooses machines over softwares and digital technology. The music environment he creates is made of sharp, raw and striking sounds. A conscious turn towards Techno further establishes his success and his music is played by the big names of the genre. Green Velvet will even entrust him with a track remix of Millie Vanillie. He performs regularly with the latter, making hereby his new sharp sounds unmissable. Soon, they are joined by Traumer with whom they start Möd3rn, an ambitious live project combining the know-how of all three members. Constantly cultivating his taste and search for fine performances, he also works solo with his scenographic « LED Live ». Concerning his releases, we can find as much hyperactivity and eclectism, with many EPs on ARTS, Flash, Break New Soil and Skryptöm and particularly with a first LP forthcoming on the french label, « Resilience », showing the maturity and all the aspects of the promising producer with a futurist esthetic
August 10 – 12 p.m.
Festival Folk - Scène Caisse populaire / Credit Union Stage
Exposition agricole et Festival acadien site – 1745, rue 124, Wellington PE.

August 13 - 9 p.m.
La Grande veillée sur mer
Silver Fox Entertainement Complex, Summerside, PEI

August 14 - 7 p.m.
Evening Show in Miscouche
4, prom. Lady Slipper, Miscouche, PEI

The name DOC represents the first letter of the group members’ last names. Anastasia DesRoches, Mylène Ouellette and Brent Chaisson have been playing music together for close to twenty years. Together and with other musicians they have shared their music all across Canada, in the US and in Europe. Doc will be releasing a new CD in summer 2019!
August 22 – 3 p.m.
Memramcook, NB

August 24 – 7 p.m.

Closing Show presented by Assomption Vie – CJSE Stage
58 Festival Street, Shediac, NB
August 16 – 8 p.m.
25th anniversary show presented by Loto Atlantique - Asurion Stage 
Riverfront Park – 110 Boulevard Assomption, Moncton, NB
August 15  7 p.m.
August 15 Show - Uni Coopération financière Stage 
MusiquArt Site - 475 rue Notre-Dame Dieppe, NB.

August 23 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière animé par Radio-Canada Acadie – Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB
Presented by Acadie Rock
August 18 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière hosted by Radio-Canada Acadie – Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB


Three years of touring have succeeded in forging unbreakable ties between Émile Bilodeau and his musicians. The maturity that Émile has acquired since the release of Rites de passage has also built a solid foundation for his group of musicians, who have also participated in the creation of the next album. Club Soda has requested him twice, as have many festivals, including Les Francos de Montréal, where he is headlining in the summer of 2019. Émile Bilodeau's reputation as a wild man on stage is well earned. “My band and I are a war machine, but I prefer to say that we are merchants of happiness," says Émile.
August 15 - 7 p.m.
August 15 Show - Uni Coopétation financière stage
MusiquArt Site - 475, rue Notre-Dame Dieppe, NB
August 17 - 5 p.m.
Blue-White-Red Dinner Show
Bouctouche, NB

August 22 – 9 p.m.

Frolic acadien 
Terrain de Golf Memramcook – 54 Park rd. Memramcook, NB

August 24 – 7 p.m.
Closing Show presented by Assomption Vie – CJSE stage
58 Festival Street, Shediac, NB


Hert LeBlanc is originally from Bouctouche, New Brunswick, and his many years in the Acadian music scene have brought him to the top of his game. Today, this artist is known for his ability to fill any venue and make people dance, whether to Cajun, traditional Acadian, Franco-country, blues or rock-and-roll tunes. With many strings to his bow, he is undoubtedly one of the most popular artists on the East Coast music scene.
August 23 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière hosted by Radio-Canada Acadie – Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB


The big winner at the 2018 ADISQ gala with four Félix awards, Hubert Lenoir has been stirring things up with the release of his acclaimed album “Darlène” earlier this year. This debut, a "post-modern opera about a generation’s coming of age," has made him the voice of a new liberated and diverse era. Since first plundering his mother’s wardrobe, he’s projected a look and style that’s fluid, free and a shout-out to the fabulous in each of us. “Darlène” is a celebratory blend of pop, R&B, plastic soul, glam rock and jazz.
August 24 – 7 p.m.
Closing Show presented by Assomption Vie – CJSE Stage
58 Festival Street, Shediac, NB


With more than 3,000 shows and ten years of experience as a singer-songwriter, IZABELLE is a staple in the New Brunswick music scene and has performed all over the Maritimes, across Canada and in Europe. Known in the Anglophone world as a member of Angry Candy, which earned second place on Canada's Got Talent, she decided to branch out in 2015 and release her first solo album in French. Her 2nd album "La Tempête" will be released in June 2019.
August 22 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière hosted by Radio-Canada Acadie – Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB
August 14 – 2:00 p.m.
Music in the Church – 4 Lady Slipper Drive North, Miscouche, PE


Acadian tenor Jacques Arsenault began his musical career as a virtuoso accordionist while growing up on Prince Edward Island before discovering his vocal talents. In Toronto, he starred as Freddy in Tapestry Opera’s “Bandits in the Valley”, earning nominations for two BroadwayWorld Toronto Awards. He was Ambroise Lépine in the Canadian Opera Company and National Arts Centre’s acclaimed co-production of Harry Somers’s “Louis Riel” and was Alfred in “Die Fledermaus” at the Glenn Gould School. This year, he portrayed Lui in his own adaptation of Poulenc’s La Voix humaine for Against the Grain Theatre and returned to the National Arts Centre as Basilio and Curzio in ‘'Le nozze di Figaro“. Next season, he debuts in “The Phantom of the Opera” with Opera on the Avalon and plays Basilio in “Figaro’s Wedding” with Against the Grain Theatre. His duo French Squeeze will perform at the Indian River Festival August 25.