The year’s biggest celebration of island music! Featuring performances by Tara MacLean, Inn Echo, Jenn Grant, Sirène et Matelot, Noah Malcolm and musically led by Craig Fair, the 2024 Music PEI Awards Gala presented by Atlantic Lottery is your chance to celebrate with our island music community as the 2024 Music PEI award-winners are revealed!
Music PEI’s flagship event, Music Week 2024, is culminating in a giant night of celebration in the Sobey Family Theatre. Sponsored by Atlantic Lottery, this year Music PEI is peeling back the curtain and inviting you to join in as they celebrate the best in island music. The Awards Gala will include a red carpet, sponsored by the East Coast Music Association starting at 6pm and doors will open at 7pm. The 2024 Music PEI Awards will be handed out throughout the night but the Gala also includes performances by top nominees Tara MacLean, Inn Echo, Jenn Grant, Sirène et Matelot and Noah Malcolm. This year, Noah Malcolm is nominated for 5 Music PEI Awards while Inn Echo, Sirène et Matelot and Tara MacLean are each nominated for four.
Adding to the grand scope of the event is an incredible 9 piece house band led by PEI’s grand impresario, Craig Fair. Well known for his time at the Charlottetown Festival, Fair has made a name for himself on PEI with his newest venture, Craig Fair Productions, and has produced sell-out hits such as “Still Standin’ – A night of Elton John and Billy Joel”.
Hosted by Mathias Kom and Ariel Sharratt of “The Burning Hell”, this promises to be an incredible, entertaining night to remember. Don’t miss your chance to find out who the 2024 Music PEI award-winners are on Sunday, March 10th.
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