A great big thank you to all the volunteers, park staff, sponsors, performers and music fans who made this years Acoustic Roots Festival a wonderful success. Hope to see you all back again next year.

Sixth Annual Acoustic Roots Festival Announces 2018 Performers

Chosen as one of Destination Cape Breton’s 2018 Signature Events the sixth annual Acoustic Roots Festival is pleased to announce the talent line-up for the 2018 festival, to be held August 31st to September 2nd . This year’s performers includes some of Atlantic Canada’s most exciting artists. Scheduled performers include: Adam Young, Brenda Stubbert, Blanche Sopholeous, Buddy MacDonald, Chrissy Crawley, Colin Grant, Crowdis Bridge, Dara MacDonald, Dave Carroll, David Meuse, Donnie Campbell, Dwayne Cote, Harold MacIntyre, Jason MacDonald, Jason Price, Jim Inch, Jinks O’Neill, Joe Gillis, Kolten MacDonell, John Curtis Sampson, MacArthur Dancers, MacNeil Sisters, Meaghan Blanchard, Naming The Twins, NC Elite Dancers, Robert Bouchard and Ryan Roberts. Two Rivers Wildlife Park, located near Marion Bridge, Cape Breton is the venue for the multi- genre festival. The 500 acre site offers a variety of activities and services for festival goers including onsite camping, walking trails, fish ponds, wagon rides, petting zoo, canteen, observatory and WiFi. The campground has several serviced sites as well as a new visitor’s center with showers and laundry facilities. Coinciding with the festival weekend, the park will also be hosting the Annual Horse Show. The Acoustic Roots performances begin at 6 pm on Friday, August 31 with an 11 am start on Saturday, September 1 and Sunday, September 2. Musical workshops will be held during the festival. For additional information on the sixth annual Acoustic Roots Festival and to register for workshops, visit www.acousticrootsfestival.com .To book a campsite at the park call 902-727-2483.

5th Annual Acoustic Roots Festival wonderful success

 Thanks to all the volunteers, sponsors, talented performer and Two Rivers Wildlife Park staff who help make the 5th Annual Acoustic Roots Festival a wonderful success. Also thanks to everyone who came to enjoy the music and activities in the park . Hope to see you all back again next year for another weekend of fabulous music and family fun.

Fifth Annual Acoustic Roots Festival Announces 2017 Performers

Chosen as one of Destination Cape Breton’s 17 of 17 Events with Heart..the fifth annual Acoustic Roots Festival is pleased to announce the talent line-up for the 2017 edition of the event to be held September 1, 2nd and 3rd. The acclaimed Cape Breton music festival showcases some of Atlantic Canada’s most popular Folk, Country, Celtic, Bluegrass and Blues artists. The list of performers taking to the stage for Acoustic Roots 2017 features a mix of fan favourites and some of Atlantic Canada’s most exciting emerging artists. Scheduled performers appearing at Acoustic Roots 2017 include: Adam Young, Alycia Putnam, Colin Grant, Crowdis Bridge, Darrell Keigan, Donnie Campbell, Dwayne Cote, Gillian Head, Jason MacDonald, Jason Price, Joe Gillis, John Curtis Sampson, Kim Dunn  Kyle MacDonald, the cast of the popular Lyrics and Laughter, MacArthur Dancers, Makayla Lynn, Mi'kmag Singers and Dancers,Pretty Archie, Robert Bouchard and Ryan Roberts. Two Rivers Wildlife Park, located near Marion Bridge, Cape Breton is once again the venue for the multi- genre festival. The 500 acre site of Two Rivers Wildlife Park offers a variety of activities and services for festival goers including onsite camping, walking trails, fish ponds, wagon rides, petting zoo, canteen, observatory and WiFi. The campgrounds have several serviced sites as well as a new visitors center with showers and laundry facilities. Coinciding with the festival weekend, the park will also be hosting the Annual Horse Show. Acoustic Roots performances begin at 6 pm on Friday September 1 with an 11 am start on Saturday September 2 and Sunday September 3. Musical workshops will be held during the festival.To book a campsite at the park call 902-727-2483.

 

 

 

 

 

Another Big Year For Acoustic Roots Festival