We are a brand-new music festival invading Prince Edward County with the sounds of some of Canada's top performers. This family-friendly event will be the ultimate getaway for folks looking to have a little music mixed into their County vacation, as well as a wonderful "stay-cation" for County folks who want an affordable, quality weekend of musical fun. We offer safe, on-site camping, fantastic food vendors, local Artisans, an open mic for folks to let their star shine, tons of giveaways and the chance to be surrounded by like-minded music lovers for the whole weekend. There's no better place to meet new friends and start new traditions than a music festival.

We have chosen Milford Fair Grounds as our home because it is a beautiful spot, in a beautiful community and the venue has everything we wanted to conduct a grass roots event. With a splendid landscape, plenty of room for you,  your friends and your family to get comfy and a playground onsite for the kids in between the music. We believe it starting small, doing things right and growing from there. We have no unrealistic expectations for our first year, but the amount of support and encouragement that has been pouring in has been astounding. Just wait until you see our awesome list of advertising sponsors. 

Clearwater Design and Sandbanks Vacations have taken the reigns in being at the forefront of support for this festival and they will be the "Presenting Sponsors" of the festival. If you are looking for a wonderful canoe, kayak or stand-up paddleboard..... Clearwater is your go-to. If you are looking for the best in vacation rentals and a team that will set you well on your way to creating the ultimate experience in The County... Then Sandbanks Vacations has got you covered.

So mark your calendars, round up your crew and join us by attending the first, annual PEC FEST. With your support, we can make this one of the best events to ever hit the area. Thank you to everyone who has taken notice so far and helped to spread the word!

Sincerely, Shelldon The Turtle (that's Shelldon, with TWO L's)