One-of-a-kind adventure.

From high-octane adventure to family fun, there’s always something exciting going on in New Brunswick.

Explore the varied cultural roots of New Brunswick with unique events that are definitely worth writing home about. Kite festivals, buskers, Celtic competitions and artistic showcases, you’re sure to find an event for you as you explore this Maritime province.

St. Andrews by-the-Sea Winter Festival: A Season of Light and Wonder

Watch the historic Algonquin Hotel & Resort shimmer with a spectacle of lights, attend the Firemen’s Candlelight Parade, enjoy the toe-tapping holiday music, and sip mulled cider while strolling among bustling shops brimming with holiday treasures.

When: November 25, 2016 – January 1, 2017
Where: St. Andrews by-the-Sea

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Fredericton Frostival

Atlantic Canada’s largest winter celebration features over 150 events spanning four busy weekends. FROSTival includes some of the region’s best outdoor winter family fun and indoor cultural experiences.

When: January 19 – February 12, 2017
Where: Fredericton

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Shivering Songs

Warm up at this festival for music lovers in Fredericton with an array of songwriters, musicians and storytellers from all over North America. Come in from the cold for the Songwriter & Storytellers Event, or enjoy the Grand Ole Opry Sunday Brunch at the Boyce Farmers Market.

When: January 21-24, 2017
Where: Fredericton

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HubCap Comedy Festival

Moncton’s annual HubCap Comedy Festival presents an impressive lineup of comedians from across Canada. Beat the winter blues by laughing through over 20 shows at local theatres, bars restaurants and schools.

When: February 7-11, 2017
Where: Moncton

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Campbellton Regional Sno-Fest

This magical winter celebration makes the most of a wintry weekend, with lots of snow-focused fun to choose from including outdoor activities, entertainment, snow sculptures, and so much more.

When: February 18-21, 2017
Where: Campbellton

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Maple Capital of Atlantic Canada Festival

An all-ages festival featuring the sweetest of natural treats and traditions. Highlights include meals featuring maple products, guided tours, shows and more.

When: April 11-16, 2017
Where: Saint-Quentin

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