Nova Scotia’s First Music Festival Will Be Held July 31 – Aug 1 At The Highland Drive-In Theatre

Have you missed live music? Here’s your chance to get your fill over two nights at The Highland Drive-In Theatre in Westville, NS.

This will be the first performance for many of these bands and performers since COVID-19 shut down music venues across the province. With many venues unable to host live music due to social distancing rules, we can’t think of a better large venue to host this event.

You will watch the lineup from the comfort of your vehicle and you can even bring a lawn chair and watch from the front of your car.

Matt Minglewood is one of the artists you can check out at the drive-in concerts!

Here’s the lineup of artists that you can enjoy under the night time sky!

Friday July 31:

HAT TRICK (7:00 – 8:15)
CHARLIE A’COURT (8:30 – 9:45)
SAM MOON (10:00 – 11:30)

Saturday August 1:

THE MUD RIVER BAND (5:30 – 6:30)
THE COLLECTIVE (6:45 – 7:45)
DOUBLE JIM &TONIC (8:00 – 9:00)
HUSH (9:15 – 10:15)
MATT MINGLEWOOD (10:30 – 12 midnight)

Tickets cost $125 per car load per night or a weekend pass for $200 per car load. Tickets will be available for purchase on Highland Drive-In’s website

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