Wentworth Park


July 4 - Aug 1



Wentworth Park

July 4 - Aug 1


July 4

Jul 4

The Barra MacNeils

Steeped in Cape Breton tradition with strong Celtic roots and musical artistry, this diverse and talented family group continues to wow audiences around the world with their captivating vocals, harmonies and extraordinary musicianship.

Joe H Henry

With a voice as powerful as a wayward freight train, singer-songwriter Joe H Henry bellows the flames of gritty roots with a whole lot of soul. The son of award-winning Canadian country musician Harvey Henry, Joe was born to sing. Gifted with a one-of-a-kind voice and a love for story telling through song, drawing from his musical roots and Metis heritage of the Red River Valley.

July 11

Jul 11

Neon Dreams

Neon Dreams has garnered Gold (and now Platinum) singles; accumulated tens of millions of streams; played sold out shows, and won numerous Canadian awards—including a coveted JUNO Award since.

Izra Fitch

Izra Fitch creates pop-infused songs that are marked by their contagious energy and catchy melodies. Their music has a way of making you want to dance along and going under your skin. Pressing play immediately immerses you in a world of lively music and moving tales.

July 18

Jul 18


With infectious and captivating lyrics, reinforced by a commanding groove, Slowcoaster takes you on a ride to the heart of the party with no apologies. Throwing down their high-energy danceable tunes, the Cape Breton trio fuses ska, reggae, hip hop, and classic house influences with their unique brand of funky rock and roll.

Telmary & HabanaSana

Telmary is a Cuban rapper, musician, and spoken-word artist. Her music effectively brought together two worlds that seemed separated, combining music genres, tearing down cultural barriers, and connecting people of different backgrounds and languages.
Such a bold and original idea took her worldwide for decades, made it to seven different albums, and allowed her to collaborate with various artists and ensembles everywhere

July 25

Jul 25

The Pack A.D.

Singer/guitarist Becky Black and drummer Maya Miller have made a sound so gigantic, so fierce and raw and empowering, that it’s easy to forget there are just two people behind this brilliant, carefully constructed havoc. Shredding and pounding their way through every song, the Pack A.D. swallows you whole inside their fearless Franken-blend of heavy psych-pop/garage-rock.

The Gilberts

Multi award-winning siblings The Gilberts bring vibrant three-part harmonies, soulful lyricism and diverse influences to their songs, performances and recordings. Frieden, Reuben and Maisie emigrated to Canada in 2003, growing up on muddy folk festival fields, stepping up to open mics, performing at small events and soon touring soft seat theatres and playing major festivals including Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival , Full Circle, Paddlefest, and Celtic Colours International Festival.

August 1

Aug 1


Solemn and soaring, backed by a swirling blend of indie, soul and electronic soundscapes, mournful saxophone and pulse-quickening finger-picking, Aysanabee’s striking sound is equal parts hypnotic and melodic which has been compared to Bon Iver , Matt Corby, Don Ross, Kim Churchill, Kings of Leon and SAM SMITH.

Good Dear Good

Lyrics are delivered with an endearingly infectious positivity on stage, but with deeper reading, a sense of pensive gloom permeates the words. Good Dear Good’s award-winning debut EP “Arrival” echoes bright while you journey to the dark depths of the Atlantic — watching the sun shine a beam straight to the ocean floor. Here you’ll find themes of resilience, perseverance, and love within a broken system.