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Flourish Festival Announce 2019 Lineup

Flourish Festival have announced many of the artists and musicians set to perform as part of this year's festival. Today's announcement includes more than 40 performers from New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, PEI, Quebec, Ontario, Newfoundland and the United States.


Announced this morning, Flourish Fest released their full 2019 festival line-up happening the weekend of April 25th to 28th. Held in Fredericton, NB, Flourish is a music & arts festival with inclusive programming that promotes and embraces community-building, the DIY and emerging, and works that challenge and engage.


FLOURISH Festival Announce Full 2019 Artistic and Musical Lineups | The East

FLOURISH, Fredericton's early season festival of art and music, returns for it's fifth iteration April 25 - 28, 2019. This year is one of marked growth for the festival as they expand out to more venues and delve into creative new mediums for delivering art. Today the festival have announced their artistic and musical lineups.

Irony and Politics

Matt Carter Amery Sandford's participation in this year's Flourish Festival has been a long time coming. Two years in fact. Yet she did manage to take part in the 2017 event without ever setting foot in the city.

Flourish Festival, Apr 25 - Apr 28 | Multiple Venues (Fredericton) | Fredericton

Flourish Festival, Apr 25 - Apr 28 | Multiple Venues (Fredericton) | Fredericton

Pop and Punk but not Pop-Punk. - Grid City Magazine

Matt Carter Formed in the winter of 2018, the Prince Edward Island trio Coy blend an unlikely mix of influences including pop and punk. Just don't make the obvious assumption. "Coy is a mix between punk and pop without being pop-punk," said singer/guitarist Story Sheidow.

Coaxed from the Coast

Matt Carter Halifax indie-emo quartet No, It's Fine were among the first acts announced for Flourish 2019, Fredericton's annual celebration of independent art and music makers. The band was formed in 2016 when singer/songwriter Cailen Pygott assembled a group of friends to help lay down a few demo recordings of new material he'd been working on.