The George Street Association (GSA) is pleased to announce the headliners for the 2018 George Street Festival, July 26th – August 1st, 2018.
“Known for its unique character, George Street has a long and unique history of supporting local, national, and international artists through our annual festivals and special events. Our success has been built by the dedicated and innovative business owners who are committed to building a strong and vibrant entertainment district in the heart of our city,” said Jonathan Galgay, Executive Director of the George Street Association.
Headliners for the 2018 Festival include; Our Lady Peace, Arkells, Finger Eleven, I Mother Earth, Classified, Kardinal Offishall, Shanneyganock, and Trooper. Keeping with tradition, The GSA will host its annual “Kitchen Party” on Saturday July 28th, which will feature; a historic reunion of Sons of Erin, Masterless Men, Derina Harvey Band, The Celtic Fiddlers, St. Pat’s Dancers and many more. There will also be an all ages show during that afternoon portion of the Kitchen Party. On Saturday morning of July 28th, lululemon will host “yoga on george”, a popular event which attracted over 800 participants last year.
“George Street is a unique and premier entertainment district, which contributes to the economic and cultural success of our City and Province. We look forward to another successful George Street Festival and are proud to provide an exciting, entertaining, and safe experience for residents and tourists alike”
Advance tickets for the 2018 George Street Festival are on sale as of Friday, July 15th , at participating North Atlantic Orange Stores and www.georgestreelive.ca. Advance ticket prices range from $20 – $39.50. (See website for further details.) The after 11pm Street Party which runs each night of the festival after 11pm are only $15 (all inclusive).
The 2018 George Street Festival is sponsored by Bud Light, Lamb’s Rum, Red Bull, Palm Bay, NTV, OZFM, The Newfoundland Herald, DC Design House, Delta St. John’s, andNorth Atlantic Orange Stores.
*Press Release Courtesy of George Street Association