Newfoundland & Labrador Farmers Markets

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Farmers markets have been around for thousands of years. They have always been a gathering place for local producers and artisans to showcase and sell their products. Where you find people gathered you will also find great food and entertainment. Prince Edward Island has an abundance of markets featuring locally grown produce. In addition you will probably find local artisans selling high quality bespoke items.
Browse the extensive list of Newfoundland & Labrador farmers markets below.

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Newfoundland & Labrador Music Festivals

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Newfoundland & Labrador is known world wide for it’s roudy music. Newfoundland & Labrador has hosted some of the biggest bands and recording artists in the world. many communities in this province host music festivals. From Rock, Jazz, Country, Bluegrass, Rap and many more. Be sure to take in one or more music festivals on your journey’s through Newfoundland & Labrador.
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  • Port au Port, Grand Ole Port au Port Opry beloved local musicians, singers, and songwriters from Southwestern Newfoundland June- December


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Newfoundland & Labrador Community Festivals

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Many communities in Newfoundland & Labrador celebrate their great heritage and culture. Most of these festivals include music but are not solely a music event. You will find great food and activities as well as local artisans.

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  • Bell Island, Town Square Days Celebrating the heyday of the Old Town Square – July
  • Bonavista, Church Street Festival one-of-a-kind week-long food, arts and entertainment festival – July
  • Clarenville, Clarenville Days Family day at Elizabeth Swan Park, plenty of live music and local cuisine – July
  • Conception Bay South, Kelligrews Soiree Music, culture, food and fun. Pancake Breakfast, dance the night away at the Garden Party, or enjoy the Family Folk Festival – July
  • Conne River, Miawpukek Annual Powwow The finest in native dancing, singing, and drumming – July
  • Deer Lake, Strawberry Festival Community party for all ages. Locals and visitors – July
  • Dover, Fault Festival enjoy games of chance, kids days, teen dance, parade, adult dance – July
  • Eastport, Roy Babstock Beaches Accordion Festival Newfoundland accordion music – July
  • Elliston, Bird Island Puffin Festival Live local entertainment and traditional meals – July
  • Gambo, Smallwood Days The official opening of the Smallwood Holiday – July
  • Glovertown, Alexander Bay Days Festival games and entertainment throughout the weekend – July
  • Grand Bank, Wicked on Da Wharf’ Grand Bank Summer Festival Dory races, fireworks, traditional Newfoundland dinners, traditional Newfoundland music – July
  • Grand Falls Windsor, Exploits Valley Salmon Festival the ideal destination for music, food, and fun – July
  • Harbour Breton, Tradition By The Sea Festival Celebrating traditional NL music, food, and events such as a kitchen party, all day music festival, Teddy Bear Picnic, Benjamins Circus, lighted boat parade, fireworks – July – August
  • Harbour Grace, Pirates to Pilots Festival Showcases Harbour Grace’s long history of pirate rogues and adventurous aviators – July
  • Herring Neck, Dory Festival The perfect balance of both traditional and modern Newfoundland events – July
  • Isle aux Morts, Ann Harvey Days Festival celebrations commemorating the heroism of Ann Harvey’s family and their Newfoundland dog, Hairyman – July
  • Leading Tickles, Leading Tickles Day Games of chance, variety of food such as fish n’ brewis, mussels, Chinese food, more – July
  • Ochre Pit Cove, Ochre Fest A celebration of Newfoundland books, music, art and food – July
  • Peterview, Peterview Day Little King and Queen contest, breakfast at the Fire Hall, local talent night – July
  • Point Leamington, Point Leamington Festival Parade, food, games of chance, bingo, rubber duck race July


  • Bay Roberts, Klondyke Days An annual celebration of food and music – August
  • Botwood, Botwood Day Parades, floats, bicycles, punt races, night time boat parade, food, fun, games of chance and music – August
  • Botwood, Flying Boat Festival Craft fair, bingo, pre-teen/teen dance, punt races, family day, Bayside Bash for adults – July – August
  • Carbonear, Carbonear Days Music, sport, and food festivities throughout the week – August
  • Eastport, Winterset in Summer Literary Festival Readings, conversation, and music – August
  • Centreville, C-W-T Summer Festival Mummers parade, sing along, crafts, picnic, fireworks, dancing – August
  • Fogo Island, Etheridge’s Point Seaside Festival Music, great food, jumping castle, pony rides, craft vendors – August
  • Gander, Festival of Flight Celebrating 38 years of festival fun and community pride – August
  • Garnish, Bakeapple Festival BBQ, entertainment, daily breakfast, bingo, concert, fair, dance, golf tournament, and church suppers – August
  • Harbour Breton, Tradition By The Sea Festival Celebrating traditional NL music, food, and events such as a kitchen party, all day music festival, Teddy Bear Picnic, Benjamins Circus, lighted boat parade, fireworks – July – August
  • La Scie, Crab Festival Local entertainment, along with numerous activities, concessions booths and seafood products – August
  • Lewisporte, Mussel Bed Waterfront Festival Soiree Live music and entertainment to food trucks and carnival games – August
  • Lewisporte, Hann’s Point Theatre Festival theatre production that uses NL plays, skits, monologues, stories, and music – July – August
  • Long Cove, Beach Festival Fireworks, family dance, BBQ and local entertainment – August
  • Makkovik, Trout Festival sand sculpture contest. Games for kids ages 1 – 6. Swimming races, more – August
  • Marystown, Shining Seas Summer Festival Four days jam packed with events – August
  • Placentia, Voices of Placentia Bay Festival Tradition of singing and storytelling – August
  • Portugal Cove South, Annual Cape Race Heritage Days celebration of the area’s heritage and culture – August
  • Rigolet, Salmon Festival Catch the ferry from Goose Bay on Friday night and be in Rigolet Saturday morning – August
  • Rocky Harbour, Harbour Lights Festival fun filled activities for the whole family – August
  • St. John’s, Hold Fast Contemporary Art Festival Four-day celebration of contemporary art practice – August
  • St. John’s, Downtown Busker Festival various performance areas in Downtown St. John’s – August
  • Stephenville, Theatre Festival Longest-running professional theatre festival in the province July – August
  • Trinity, Trinity Festival Horseshoes, beach volleyball, walk-the-plank, Pickleball competitions, great food, a Makers market, kids’ games and more – August
  • Triton Caplin Cod Festival Variety shows, fireworks displays, food booths, games of chance, and an adult dance – August
  • Trout River, Bang Belly Festival Music, games, food, dance, and laughter, highlighting the heritage of our community – August
  • Woody Point, Writers at Woody Point Format of readings, musical performances, and other arts events – August


  • Trinity, Rising Tide TheatreSeasons in the Bight Theatre Festival Award-winning blend of plays that reflect the history and culture of Newfoundland – June – September
  • Brigus, Blueberry Festival, One stage featuring regional and local talent, games, contests and of course the 3 foot blueberry pie – September
  • Cow Head, Gros Morne Fall Fest Traditional craft, music, and cuisine, workshops, demonstrations, storytelling, traditional music & dancing, more – September
  • Eastport, Damnable Trail Festival Stunning coastal views and shoreline winding through historical communities – September
  • Port Blandford, AppleFest Celebrating everything apple – September
  • Twillingate, Digital Arts Festival experiential digital arts workshops from digital leaders, combined with music, food, and entertainment – September



  • Grand Bank, Winter Carnival Poker run, ATV and snowmobiles, family outdoor party, arena day – free skating, snow sculpturing contest, more – December
  • Bay Roberts, Festival of Lights The province’s first intelligent light park, musical performances, sing-a-longs, craft workshops, more – December
  • St. John’s, Festival of Music & Lights Annual celebrations of bright lights, festival music, and free hot chocolate – December


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