Celebrating our first year in The County, PEC FEST is ready to rock your souls and give you a nice case of the summertime blues. This family-friendly event will feature an all-star lineup of Canadian bands, including the legendary LEE HARVEY OSMOND (of Junkhouse and Blackie & The Rodeo Kings), former David Bowie guitarist WILD T & The SPIRIT (including a special tribute to Jimi Hendrix), Maple Blues nominee CHRIS ANTONIK, Ottawa’s BLUES & COMPANY and many more.
PEC FEST is a new, music festival starting in beautiful and world-renowned Prince Edward County, Ontario. Truly one of the world’s top tourist destinations today. This weekend will be filled with the sounds of classic and blues rock, mostly from Ontario, but with guests from all over Canada. We provide a safe, family-friendly atmosphere that stresses on passing the torch of music to the next generations, which is why we offer a “Kids 12 & Under FREE” policy.
Along with a wonderful roster of music, the weekend will also include several food and craft vendors, special performances, fundraising efforts and more things to be announced.
Weekend Pass WITHOUT camping= $60, plus tax/fees
Weekend Pass WITH camping= $70, plus tax/fees
Friday Day Pass WITHOUT camping= $30, plus tax/fees
Friday Day Pass WITH camping= $40, plus tax/fees
Saturday Day Pass WITHOUT camping= $35, plus tax/fees
Saturday Day Pass WITH camping= $45, plus tax/fees
RV/LARGE TRAILER CAMPSITE (ONLY 8 still available)= $30
(These are NON-serviced sites. No water/no plug-in’s, but you get a 25×35 foot spot along the shaded tree line. This is a one-time fee for the spot. Every person camping on the lot will need a festival pass WITH camping.) THESE WILL SELL OUT FAST and are available ONLY by purchasing online.
Tickets on sale at:
(please note, CASH ONLY at outlet locations)
– County Yum Club, 13633 Loyalist Parkway, Picton
– The General, 283 Main Street, Wellington
– Books & Company, 289 Main Street, Picton
– Hamlet Grocery, 21 Mill St., Consecon
The Inbreds were a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1992. Originally from Kingston, Ontario, the band relocated to Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1996.
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