As we’re gearing up for our 10th year anniversary, we’re also cleaning out some merchandise from Hullabaloos gone by! You’ll find sizes available and prices on each picture. Send us an email (email@example.com) if you’re interested; we accept e-transfers and can arrange to have items shipped to you, or you can stop in and see us Monday-Friday!
Looking for the perfect gift for the upcoming holiday season? Look no further! Hullaba-bucks make a great stocking stuffer and can be used towards the purchase of passes, merchandise and even tokens at the bar.
Hullaba-bucks are available in the following amounts: $25, $50, $75, $100, $125 and $150.
Stop into the Hullabaloo office and we’ll hook you up. Not in the area? No problem! We accept e-transfers and will send you a PDF version to print off. Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or a message on FB for more information and to get yours today!
**Hullabucks are valid from January 1, 2017 – August 13, 2017. Hullabucks are not redeemable towards merchandise being sold online.
Here are some useful tips to help you prepare for HULLABALOO 2016:
- Don’t forget your CHAIR, bug spray and sunscreen.
- Bring along some extra money for ALL MERCH (cash sales only).
- DEBIT/CREDIT options are available at both gates.
- SHUTTLE service is available (within a 20km radius of the village) on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings by calling 506-481-0061. Shuttle service is NOT available on Sunday.
- Don’t worry about the weather – Rain or Shine, we’ve got you COVERED!
- Bring along the kids! Children 12 and under, accompanied by an adult get FREE admission.
- Sorry, NO pets or coolers allowed on festival grounds.
- Please make note of designated SMOKING areas.
- Single show TICKETS are available for those not able to make the whole weekend.
- Bring an empty ‘FUN BUCKET’…. it’s about to be filled to the brim!
Are you Hullabalooing!?
Don’t miss out on the festival’s opening night!
The 2016 Larlee Creek Hullabaloo music festival kicks off on Wednesday August 10th with the Saint John River Valley Spotlight Show displaying local talent throughout the valley. The Spotlight show is a FREE community event that will take place at the Perth-Andover Bandstand between 7PM-9PM. This show is sure to amaze you and set the perfect camp-fire-like tone to put you in the hullaba-mood for an amazing weekend! There will be s’mores and refreshments to purchase, a real fire and activities for the kids to ensure that every Hullabalooer, old and new, has an amazing, fun-filled evening. Bring your own lawn chairs (BYOLC) to set up in front of the bandstand and prepare yourself for a Hulla-mazing night!
7:00-7:15 Wednesday Evening Fiddlers
7:20-7:30 Perth-Andover Community Choir
7:35- 7:45 Maizie MacIntosh
7:50-8:00 Jeramie Allison
8:05-8:15 Bronwyn Dickson
8:20-8:30 Jessie Dee
8:35-8:45 Danie Mazzarol
8:50-9:00 Mallory Parsons
This year the 2016 Larlee Creek Hullabaloo organizers are inviting Perth-Andover area residents to get involved in the festival fun with the first annual LAWN DISPLAY CONTEST!
The 9th annual Larlee Creek Hullabaloo in Perth-Andover, New Brunswick will be a 5 day celebration, featuring multiple stages and over 35 performances. The diverse line up of individual and group performances spans multiple genres including: folk, roots, blues, bluegrass, rock and pop.
The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo incorporates multiple events taking place throughout the village of Perth-Andover, including: collaborative artist workshops, singer/songwriter circles, children’s entertainment, interactive audience workshops, performances throughout the community at local venues, river boat cruises and free performances at local businesses, the public library and at the village bandstand.
Hullabaloo organizers are challenging you, our friends and neighbours, to create a lawn or home display that represents music, community, and a good old Hullabaloo. To thank you for your support in promoting the festival, the homeowner with the best lawn display will receive 2 Weekend Passes (including Thursday night’s exclusive concert with The Downtown Blues Band) and a few CD’s.
Lawn displays can involve inflatables, instruments, signs or any other props that promote Larlee Creek Hullabaloo and the village of Perth-Andover in a positive way. If you would like to register for the Homeowner Lawn Display Contest please contact Emma at 877-778-7271 or by email at email@example.com, then be sure to post a picture of your lawn display to our Facebook page @LarleeCreekHullabaloo or email it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, August 8th.
The winner will be chosen on Monday, August 8th, but we would appreciate it if all participants kept their displays up until the end of the festival on Sunday, August 14th.
For Immediate Release
Friday, May 8, 2015
Larlee Creek Hullabaloo announces performer line-up for 8th annual event in Perth-Andover, August 5-9
Early bird tickets on sale today at 12 noon!
(Halifax, NS) – Known as the ‘Little Festival That Could’, the 8th annual Larlee Creek Hullabaloo announces its 2015 performer line-up, bringing some of the best talent Atlantic Canada has to offer to the picturesque village of Perth-Andover, NB, August 5 – 9.
Festival performers this summer include, Alan Jeffries, The Divorcees, The Mellotones,
The Navigators, Ian Sherwood, Coco Love Alcorn, Erin Costelo, Ross Neilsen, Terry Whalen, Mike Bochoff, Tomato/Tomato, E.B. Anderson and the Resolutes, Pretty Archie, and Shaun LeBlanc.
“2015 is homecoming year in the Village of Perth-Andover and we’ve put together a program that really connects and concentrates on community. River Cruises, a Supper Series and free community shows will take place all around the Village,” said Heidi Baird, Artistic Director of the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo. “Plus we are bringing home a number of local favourites from past Hullabaloo’s, multiple emerging artists that will bring a lot of really fun energy to our late night stage, along with several very talented, well-loved East Coast musicians that will make their debut Hullabaloo appearance.”
Main stage performances will take place on the festival grounds on Friday evening, beginning at 7 p.m., Saturday morning, beginning at 11 a.m. and Saturday evening, beginning at 6 p.m., kicking off with the always-anticipated Little Hullabaloo Songwriters’ Circle.
There will also be two workshops on Saturday afternoon off festival grounds, one focused on Songwriting and the second, an interactive workshop for all ages on various styles of washboard techniques.
During the event, festival-goers of all ages can experience free community concerts, including Perth-Andover’s Got Talent on Wednesday, from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. at the Perth-Andover Bandstand, Lunch in the Park, featuring “tastes” of several of our Friday night performers at the Perth-Andover Bandstand on Friday from 12 noon to 1 p.m., and a Supper Series at various local venues both Thursday and Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Concluding the festival on Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., is Soul Songs at the Larlee Creek Baptist Church, offering an intimate two-hour singer-songwriter showcase.
For the complete five-day schedule, visit: larleecreekmusic.ca.
There will be a variety of food and artisan vendors on site and there will be a licensed area for patrons 19 and over.
“We’ve added new ticket options for our Saturday program which will give our 2015 audience the flexibility to purchase an afternoon, evening or full day pass, but as per usual, our weekend pass will provide the most bang for your buck,” added Baird.
Early bird tickets are on sale today at 12 noon until Sunday, May 31 at midnight. Regular price tickets go on sale, Monday, June 1.
Early bird tickets range in price from $17.00 – $35.00 (including tax and surcharge) and weekend passes are $55.00 (including tax and surcharge).
Regular priced tickets range in price from $20.00 – $38.00 (including tax and surcharge) and weekend passes are $58.00 (including tax and surcharge).
Tickets will be available at all Ticketpro locations, online at ticketpro.ca and by calling the Hullabacrew at 1-877-778-7271.
Campsites are not included in the ticket price, but can be booked by calling Baird’s Campground, adjacent to the festival site at (506) 273-3080. First come, first serve.
For more information on the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo, visit: larleecreekmusic.ca, like on Facebook: /LarleeCreekHullabaloo and follow on Twitter: /LCHullabaloo
For photos, interviews and more information, contact:
Wendy Phillips, Phillips Public Relations
(902) 492-0960 / email@example.com
Larlee Creek Hullabaloo announces performer line-up for 7th annual event in Perth-Andover, August 15-17
Known as the “Little Festival That Could”, the 7th annual Larlee Creek Hullabaloo announces its 2014 performer line-up, bringing some of the best talent Canada has to offer to the picturesque village of Perth-Andover, NB, August 15 – 17.
Festival performers will include, JUNO award-winning folk/rock/alternative country group, Blackie and The Rodeo Kings, 2014 winner of CBC Music and Hockey Night in Canada’s Song Quest competition, folk singer songwriter Dave Gunning accompanied by Allie Bennett, multi-award winning roots-blues singer-songwriter, Thom Swift, lively folk-gypsy band, Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers, Newfoundlands’s energetic Celtic group, The Navigators and Cape Breton indie rockers, Tom Fun Orchestra.
Other performers include, folk-roots-bluegrass ensemble, The Modern Grass, roots-rock group, Sherman Downey and The Ambiguous Case and folk-roots singer songwriter, Jim Dorie. New Brunswick musicians performing include, singer songwriter, Kyle Johnsen from New Denmark, indie rock group, Danger Cat from Moncton and blues-rock trio, Terry Whalen Band from Miramichi.
“The calibre of artists in this country is definitely worth getting excited over and I couldn’t be happier with our 2014 lineup,” said Heidi Baird, Artistic Director of the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo. “In addition to several well-known East Coast favorites and Canadian legends, Blackie and Rodeo Kings, the festival is presenting a good mix of emerging and local artists that are often the hidden gems of the weekend. I can’t wait to welcome back our audience this August for another fantastic weekend of music, friends and memories.”
During the three-day event, festival-goers of all ages can experience main stage performances, Songwriters Circles, children’s performances, workshops and other free activities throughout the community. There will also be food and artisan vendors on site. More artists and festival details to be announced soon.
Tickets for the festival are on sale now. Ticket prices range from $25 – $60 (including tax, plus surcharge) with early bird weekend passes on sale today until Saturday, June 14 for $50 (including tax, plus surcharge). Tickets are available at all Ticketpro locations, online at ticketpro.ca and by calling Hullabacrew at 1-877-778-7271.
Campsites are not included in the ticket price, but can be booked by calling Baird’s Campground, adjacent to the festival site at (506) 273-3080.
WE WILL Hullabaloo August 17-19, 2014!