August 10 to 24, 2019

Prince Edward Island and Southeast New Brunswick
August 18 - 4 p.m.
Extrême frontière - Assumption Life Stage
Riverfront Park, Moncton, NB
August 15th - 7 p.m.
August 15 show
Scène Uni Coopéation financière stage sur le site MusiquArt - 475 rue Notre Dame Dieppe, NB.


August 16th - 3 p.m.
Ouverture officielle d'Êxtrême Frontières
Parc Riverain Moncton - 186 Boulevard Assomption Moncton, NB.


August 16th - 8 p.m.
25th anniversary show présenté par Loto Atlantique - Scène Asurion stage - Espace invités Extrême Frontière
Parc Riverain - 110 Boulevard Assomption, Moncton, NB.


August 23rd - 8:30 p.m.
Méga-spectacle acadien présenté par Unis TV
Cap-Pélé Arena-  54 Rue de l’Aréna, Cap-Pélé, NB


1755 is a legendary band, something that can be attested by the hordes of devoted fans who continue to show up to see them perform. But even more powerful is the unifying effect felt at each of their shows, because 1755 is much more than just a band; it is in fact the song of my generation. And for some inexplicable reason, more than any other work of art from that era, it was that song that united other generations, transmitting an energy, a sense of celebration and the spirit of the times that consumed us in the early seventies. [ ] But for those who are just discovering, or are rediscovering this music, it's not nostalgia that captures their hearts, but the quality, talent and precision of the musicians, [ ] the overall cohesion, the obvious joy they find in playing together is contagious here and can only lead us into the world in which they belong. This momentum, this intensity and this will can be found today on their records, first recorded on vinyl, then on cassette and now on digital media. But regardless of the medium, these songs always retain a quality that is nothing short of a milestone in musical history.
August 22 – 8 p.m.
Spectacle Extrême Frontière Animé par Radio Canada Acadie – Asurion stage
Parc Riverain Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton , NB.

Only a few bands can really say they have a unique sound and A Tribe Called Red (ATCR) is one of them. From First Nations origins (Mohawk, of the Six Nations of the Grand River, and Cayuga First Nation), Tim ‘2oolman’ Hill and Ehren ‘Bear Witness’ Thomas, are creating a sonic identity for a new generation by bridging traditional PowWow music and contemporary dance music. But ATCR is more than a band with an innovative hybridization of music. At shows and in the media, they are creating a safe fun environment for communities to come together, experience and discuss long lasting issues and systemic problems that indigenous peoples continue to face every day. They are contributing to the fabric and discussion of the national narrative and are more than a music group. They became a symbol for a generation of indigenous youth, a voice for a population whom voice is still rarely heard and a bridge between communities.
August 11 - 1:30pm
Musical Performance « le talent des villageois » in Wellington


August 14 - 4:30pm

Sur la scène extérieur pendant la cérémonie protocolaire à Miscouche

Adrienne Gallant was born in Mont Carmel, PEI in 1987. She studied at Evangeline School, Abram Village for 12 years. Adrienne has always been interested in music, theater and the arts. She has participated in several shows as an actress and singer, such as Le Grand Cercle, Port Lajoye in Louisiana, Dinner Theater at the Expo Festival, Closing Show at the 2017 Acadian Festival and many other shows during the last 15 years. She now lives in Summerside with her son, Xavier, who is 12 years old. During the past year, Adrienne and her father, Paul D Gallant, worked hard on the launch of an album "Ballades, A father and daughter project". Adrienne sings the ballads of her father, who has written them in the last 40 years.
August 17 – 8 p.m. 
Extrême frontière - Acadie Rock, animé par Radio-Canada Acadie - Asurion Stage
Riverfront Park, Moncton, 186 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton , NB

Afrikana Soul Sister fuses the distinct sound production of Jean-François Lemieux with the untamed percussions works of Joannie Labelle and Fa Cissokho as well as Djely Tapa’s voice. This quartet delivers a refresh organic-electro-afro-house sound where polychrome ambiances are artfully welded together on laptop with authentic African musical roots.
August 20 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière, hosted by Radio-Canada Acadie – Asurion stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 186 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB

Alaclair Ensemble, a Lower Canadian post-rigodon group, was formed in 2010 when Maybe Watson, Vlooper, KenLo Craqnuques, Claude Bégin, Robert Nelson, Eman and Mash met in an Allo-Stop rideshare. Splitting their time between “Quoibec” and “Mourial,” the group released its first opus, “4.99,” on June 23, 2010. The experts at VOIR were blown away: “Without question the best local hip-hop album in ages.” (VOIR rating: 4 stars) Since then, Alaclair Ensemble has won many prizes and distinctions, in addition to having released five albums and several mixtapes and EPs. This hip-hop/rap collective from Québec sure know how to give one heck of a show!
August 22 – 8 p.m.
Extrême frontière hosted by par Radio0Canada Acadie – Asurion stage
Riverfront Park Moncton – 110 Assomption Boulevard, Moncton, NB
August 19 - 4:00 p.m.
Extrême frontière - Assumption Life Stage

Amélie Hall is an Acadian singer-songwriter and the winner of three awards at the 2018 Gala Country for Female Performer of the Year, Album of the Year and SOCAN Song of the Year. She also won the Expat Artist of the Year award at the last Music NB Gala. Her latest show combines her best songs and the greatest folk and country hits.
August 16 – 8 p.m.
25th anniversary show presented by Loto Atlantique – Asurion stage 
Riverfront Park – 110 Assumption Boulevard, Moncton, NB

Annie has always dreamed of a career in music, this passion was passed on to her by her maternal grandfather. A native of Maisonnette in New Brunswick, Canada, the Acadian had been singing for several years before participating in the TV show Star Académie 2005, where she went to the women’s grand final. Thanks to her captivating and reassuring voice, and to the true complicity that unites her to her musicians, Annie Blanchard transports the public into a real oasis of folk and country rock, and makes her fan meet her musical universe tinged with childhood memories and tributes. Through her poignant interpretations, she reveals herself, in all simplicity, as a unique artist.
August 10 – 7 p.m.
Opening Show in Abram-Village - Scène populaire / Credit Union Stage
Exposition agricole and Festival acadien site - 1745 rue 124, Wellington PE.

Arthur Comeau (also known as Alexandre Bilodeau) is a founder of the Acadian rap group Radio Radio. The Acadian singer and songwriter began a solo career in 2014 by releasing his first album, blending his taste for rap, electronic and Acadian music. He released his second album, Prospare, in 2015, and his third, Planète Clare, in 2016. Last year, he was recognized as musical artist of the year in Acadie and awarded an Éloize prize.
August 10 – 7 p.m.
Opening Show in Abram-Village - Scène populaire / Credit Union Stage
Exposition agricole and Festival acadien Site – 1745, rue 124, Wellington PE
August 15 - 7 p.m.
August 15 show - Uni Coopération financière Stage
Site MusiquArt - 475, rue Notre Dame, Dieppe, NB