Main Stage

11:00 am – Patrick Higgins

Patrick Higgins has been playing guitar around the Prince Edward county for the last 25 years as part of solo, duo and trio performances. He was one of the founding members of the Full Sun Coffee House in Cherryfield, which was set up to help promote live music and local musicians. He also teaches guitar in his studio in Picton.

12:00 pm – Antoine Jacques

Antoine Jacques began performing as a young boy in Montreal Quebec. He quickly fell into the popular folk streams in the 60’s. Influenced by the likes of fellow Canadians Gordon Lightfoot, Ian and Sylvia and Stan Rogers, he soon discovered American pop singer Harry Nilsson and singer song writers the likes of Mickey Newbury, Guy Clark and Townes van Zandt. He is presently performing both solo and as part of the popular Prince Edward County duo “Les deux freres”.

2:00 pm – Joe Kelly

Joe Kelly is a Canadian blues singer/songwriter. Joe started his musical career in 1986 and over the years has played and recorded with a number of different recording artists. Tim has performed throughout North America, as well as the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Scotland and England. Joe has shared the stage with some of Canada’s Juno winning blues players and Grammy winning blues players from The United States.

3:00 pm – Ian Smith

Ian Smith is a Blues & Roots Songwriter, Singer and Multi-Instrumentalist. Smooth vocals, guitars, National steel, bottleneck slide, mandolin, harmonica…Ian is an open channel for Blues & Roots music.

Now with a sophomore recording of original music, and a live show buried deep in the blues, one finds a lifetime player with world class fingerstyle, flatpicking and slide guitar work that is matched only by his own mandolin artistry.

4:00 pm – Richard Hill

Richard is a 15 year old student of PECI.  He started playing guitar and singing a year ago this summer.  His favourite band is the Beatles, which he will be covering for you.