Summers End Folk Festival is situated on the small island of Grand Manan, nestled in the southwestern corner of New Brunswick. The festival is founded on creativity, the arts and bringing music into the community of Grand Manan.
Summers End Folk Festival was started in 2010 with the intent of being a beacon for the island’s arts community, as well as the basis for many beginnings and ongoing opportunities. This is our way of doing something positive and beautiful within the community, and at the heart of the festival you'll find two things: a love for good music and the people of the community.
Summers End spans two days, featuring a wide range of new and established performers. This year’s festival will consist of 10 to 15 performers over two nights in an intimate outdoor setting, just steps away from the ocean. The festival attracts anywhere from 200 to 500 attendees, both local and from abroad. For many, this is a chance to take in amazing artists and some of the most stunning scenery eastern Canada has to offer.
Come spend a weekend filled with music and the arts on the beautiful Bay of Fundy, globally voted Canada’s Top Natural Wonder!