Come celebrate the unique place in Canadian history that the City of Charlottetown and Ville de Québec share by checking out the free concert being held at the Confederation Centre of the Arts on Saturday, June 14.
The Centre’s amphitheatre (rain location: Memorial Hall) will be filled with music as part of the City’s 1864 Anniversary Celebrations.
Charlottetown’s own Mayor Clifford Lee and Ville de Québec Mayor Régis Labeaume will kick off the June 14 event at noon, followed by the bilingual sounds of PEI’s Ten Strings And A Goatskin at 12:15 p.m.; Québec entertainer François Duchesne at 1:15 p.m.; PEI singer-songwriter Meaghan Blanchard at 2:15 p.m.; Québec’s Who Are You at 3:15 p.m.; Islander Caroline Bernard at 4:15 p.m.; and at 5:15 p.m., Québec’s The Seasons will perform.
The concert will be one of the many ways the City of Charlottetown and the Ville de Québec will celebrate the roles each played in the building of Canada. The free, six-day festival – Charlottetown’s 1864 Anniversary Celebrations – will also include the official declaration of Québec Day and a series of other culture, beautification and promotional initiatives from June 10-15, 2014.
Check out the full schedule of events on the City of Charlottetown website by clicking the 1864 Week button at: www.charlottetown.ca
Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CityofCharlottetown and join our 1864 Event Page to stay up-to-date on the latest for this exciting festival.
Pamphlets with the schedule, concert listings, and event-site map for Victoria Park are available for pick up at the City’s Tourism Department in City Hall at 199 Queen Street. The pamphlets will also be available at various business locations throughout the City with event posters at the public poster kiosks in downtown Charlottetown.
The City of Charlottetown's 1864 Anniversary Celebrations are a partnership between the City, Canadian Heritage, and PEI 2014 Inc. The Québec Day events are in partnership with the above mentioned and Ville de Québec.
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