Derailed Right on Track at Harbourfront Centre
Pugwash Harbourfront Centre was the perfect setting for a concert this evening as the Pugwash HarbourFest Homecoming Committee presented the second of its four event series in Eaton Park.
The park was just under the maximum COVID gathering limit, allowing the committee to breath a sign of relief as the popularity of the band—Derailed 2.0—has surged in recent years. They did not disappoint.
While the Harbourfest Homecoming was put on hold for the last two summers, the organizing committee has not been idle. Instead of a two day flurry of activities that has drawn thousands to the waterfront community, organizers opted for four concert style events spread over six weeks.
The North Barn Theatre Collective, an unusual travelling bicycle puppet program will take to the park next Sunday at 7 pm. Don’t let the name fool you, it is not a children’s presentation.
The series will close with another big concert on Sunday, September 5th when the Myles Goodwyn Trio takes to the Harbourfont stage. Goodwyn is perhaps better known as the lead singer/songwriter for Nova Scotia’s most famous band—April Wine.
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