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Heritage Players Halloween Tour in partnership with Upstreet

| Outdoor Amphitheatre
Calling all witches, ghouls, and goblins!

Walk the streets of historic Charlottetown and learn its sordid, salacious, and spooky history. A costumed guide will share ghost stories, murders, and scary tales from the dark side of the Island’s past, ending at Upstreet Brewery just in time for a special Halloween Taproom Session & Party with Brad Deighan, Story Allegory, and The Devil’s Punchbowl! Costumes strongly encouraged – there will be prizes for best dressed!

PLEASE NOTE: Tour content includes mature themes and spooky subject matter
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Ticket Information:

$35 ticket price includes cover and a drink at Upstreet
$20 ticket price includes tour only



8:00pm: Tour begins in the AMPHITHEATRE at Confederation Centre of the Arts


Story Allegory

Story is a singer/songwriter living in Cardigan, PEI. Their solo accordion and banjo sound blends somber folk, punk, and country stylings; while keeping storytelling at the heart of it all.

The Devil’s Punchbowl:

Formed in the bowels of downtown Charlottetown, the Devil’s Punchbowl brings strange music to strange people. Featuring the unlikely combination of harp and washboard, along with the grooviest bassist this side of Montreal, the band lays a solid foundation for songs of damnation.

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