Toronto, ON – Today the Cavendish Beach Music Festival (CBMF), presented by Bell, is excited to announce additional performers joining the Bell main stage lineup of Atlantic Canada’s largest multi-day outdoor music festival.
Rounding out this year’s CBMF lineup is an incredible array of talent including JUNO Award-nominated and CCMA Award-winner Aaron Goodvin, David James, BMI and CMT Award-winner Granger Smith feat. Earl Dibbles Jr., multiple CCMA and JUNO Award-nominated and SCMA Award-winners Hunter Brothers, JUNO and CCMA Award-winner Jess Moskaluke, Kelly Prescott, CMA and ACM Award-nominated and CCMA Award-winner Lindsay Ell, and multiple CCMA Award-nominated MacKenzie Porter.
Also announced today, Country Music Academy and Radio Disney Music Award-winner and multiple ACM, CMA and CMT Award-nominated Maddie & Tae, CCMA Award-winner Raquel Cole, GRAMMY-nominated Steven Lee Olsen, CCMA and SASK Music Award-winner Tenille Arts, The Cadillac Three, JUNO and multiple CCMA Award-winners The Washboard Union and Tyler Joe Miller.
The festival will kick off with previously announced headliner Luke Combs on Thursday, July 7th (sold out), followed by Darius Rucker on Friday, July 8th, and Cole Swindell on Saturday, July 9th, 2022.
Two-time award-winner of the Canadian Country Music Association Festival / Event of the Year and nominee for the East Coast Music Association Festival / Event of the Year, Cavendish Beach Music Festival has quickly grown to become Atlantic Canada’s largest multi-day outdoor music festival. Located in the picturesque coastal resort community of Cavendish, P.E.I, Cavendish is turned into the hottest, most star-studded spot in the region every July, attracting over 60,000 country music fans each year. Past festival performers have included Eric Church, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Blake Shelton, Keith Urban, Taylor Swift, Brad Paisley, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brett Eldredge, Lady Antebellum, and country legends Ricky Skaggs, Alabama, Reba, and pop sensation Shawn Mendes.
A limited number of single-day passes for Friday, July 8 and Saturday, July 9 are still available starting at $85 plus taxes and service fees at cavendishbeachmusic.com.
Cavendish Beach Music Festival will continue to work closely with the Chief Public Health Office of PEI, following their guidance to ensure we are providing a safe and healthy festival experience for all attendees. Additional information about the festival can be found here.