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Dylan Menzie - at Sea the Coast Paddle Festival

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Borden-Carleton

Marine Rail Park

Borden Avenue

Borden-Carleton, PE

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Kick off summer 2018, with a concert right next to the Confederation Bridge, featuring headliner Dylan Menzie with opener the Amanda Jackson Band!

Join us under the tent for an evening of local music, refreshing brews, and coastal vibes. Shuttle available from Charlottetown!

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$15 per person early bird rate | $20 per person at the door (cash and credit only)

Doors open at 7 pm

Concert starts at 8 pm

Event ends at 11 pm

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Dylan Menzie

With a sprawling vocal range and compelling approach to composition, Menzie made an indelible mark in the talent-rich Atlantic Canadian music market with his debut EP, Heather Avenue, in 2013. The release – which earned Music PEI Award nominations and acclaim from industry influencers – led to high-profile performances throughout the Maritimes, including opening slots for City & Colour and Ron Sexsmith. In 2016, Menzie was a finalist in CBC’s annual Searchlight competition on the back of his breakout single, “Kenya,” which then spent two weeks at number one on CBC Radio 2’s Top 20 leading up to the release of his 2016 album Adolescent Nature. The record, anchored by the strength of songs like the aforementioned “Kenya” and follow-up single “Talk to Me,” showcases the pure emotion one can extract from simply a great voice and keen sense of dynamics. Since the release of his sophomore album, Adolescent Nature’s, Menzie has been in even higher demand, earning one of two spots in the inaugural East Meets West collaboration between the ECMAs and BreakOutWest as well as slots at prestigious events like the Edmonton Folk Festival, Canadian Music Week, Folk Alliance International, and others.


The Amanda Jackson Band

The Amanda Jackson Band is all about connecting — with their lyrics, with the audience, with the planet and with each other. Whether it’s an upbeat song about living life to the fullest or a thoughtful and reflective song inspired by events around them, Amanda’s voice, along with the accompaniment of Dale McKie (guitar, harmonica), Todd MacLean (guitar, piano, sax), Jon Rehder (bass) and Reggie Ballagh (percussion), creates an intimate listening experience that leaves the audience feeling as if they have had the chance to peer into the soul of the band.

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