Cavendish Beach Music Festival is returning to the bucolic surroundings of Prince Edward Island, Canada, for another summer celebration with some of the finest artists that country music has to offer.
Festival-goers will be heading to Cavendish in July 2023 for three-days of top-tier country music, with headliners confirmed as Kane Brown, Jake Owen and Chris Stapleton. The event will run across July 6th-8th, with visitors also able to watch sets from the likes of Jimmie Allen, Ashley Cooke, Megan Moroney and more.
Here, we'll have all the up-to-date news on line-up announcements, confirmation of weekend dates and all the latest ticket and festival pass details for 2023.
The 2022 instalment saw artists such as Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Cole Swindell, Maddie & Tae taking the stage in front of a packed crowd.
For a genre that champions down-home simplicity and the clarity that a rural life can bring, it seems appropriate that the site for Cavendish Beach Music Festival used to be a mere cow pasture.
The festival's first instalment was in 2009, and it has since become the largest multi-day outdoor music festival in Atlantic Canada. The festival has twice won the Canadian Country Music Association award for Festival/Event of the Year.
Cavendish Beach Music Festival's emergence as a pivotal part of Canada's festival season looks set to be consolidated with another popular 2023 event.
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