Stompin’ Tom Centre opened in 2017 to commemorate one of Canada’s most prolific song writers of all time. Well know for his love of Canada and the songs that resonate such as Sudbury Saturday Night, Bud the Spud and the Hockey Song. The Centre is a popular attraction bringing many new visitors to Western PEI and fast becoming famous for their dinner theatres featuring songs and stories of Stompin Tom and the chef prepared meals featuring PEI product. The centre has already received a service excellence award and strive to make everyone experience one to remember. The STC will be hosting a season long festival series from June to September featuring 2 Festival Saturdays each month with special guest performers, local entertainment and Taste of PEI festival offerings. They are also hosting a Small Halls event June 15th. Check out stompintomcentre.com for more details!
Doors Open at 6pm
JP Cormier: Special Guest Concert 7pm-9pm
Gordie MacKeeman and his Rhythm Boys: Local Entertainment 9pm-12am
At the age of 5, JP began teaching himself to play the guitar. By his mid-teens, he was playing a variety of stringed instruments including the fiddle, mandolin and banjo. Over his career, JP, who was once a sideman for Stompin’ Tom Connors himself, has released over a dozen award-winning albums and his impressive body of work has earned him a loyal fan base and multiple award nominations and wins including thirteen East Coast Music Awards and a Canadian Folk Music Award.