Atlantic Canada's premiere striped bass fishing tournament attracted over 1,000 fishing enthusiasts in 2015, its first year. This "catch and release" tournament features three divisions: Team/Boat - up to 4 people ($150 registration fee); Individual/Shore ($20 registration fee) and Youth (free). A top prize of $5,000 goes to the team that with the heaviest 4 fish (allowed to weigh in 2 fish/day). The longest fish registered over the 2 days of competition takes the Individual/Shore division. Peter Bowman of the popular Fish'n Canada television show said "We have never experienced anything like this in our lives before," while in Miramichi last May filming for their season premier.
A weekend of food, entertainment and friendly competition hosted by the Rotary Club of Newcastle on the waterfront. in Miramichi. Champion Ribbers offer up savory barbecued ribs, talented local performers provide musical entertainment and teams compete in the Rotary Atlantic Washer Toss Championship and the human foosball tournament. There are children''s and family activities, fire fighters games and an open air interfaith service.
Traditional flower and bamboo dance by the Filipino Miramichi Dancers and an International Food Festival featuring samplings of recipes from around the world.
Spirit of Peace and Friendship celebrated through cultural and artisan villages, outdoor concert, sunrise ceremony, Grand Entry and cultural entertainment.
|This four-day Rock 'N' Roll festival takes includes such events as the Golden Oldie Car Show, concerts, street dance, fireworks and more. Check out the performances in the big tent on the waterfront. Get your poodle skirts and leather jackets ready because we're gonna rock this summer!|
Canada Day Celebrations
Old Favourites and New Traditions including 4-H competition
Saturday, horse and pony display, pony rides, farmland babies, petting zoo, Maritime
Midway and The Market@ The EX.
Every year, thousands of people gather on the Miramichi for jam-packed entertainment! There is plenty of Irish music, dance, pubs, family walking parade and a play. Check out the vendors and even do a little research into your family history. When you're ready for a break from the excitement, drop by the Irish Tea Room or enjoy some corned beef & cabbage. Explore this historic city with its breathtaking views of the famous Miramichi River. You'll meet old friends and make new ones. As they say here on the Miramichi, "Cead Mile Failte!" (a hundred-thousand welcomes!).
Natoaganeg - Eel Ground First Nation Powwow
July 16 - 19
Bay du Vin Summer Survial
July 24 - 31
New Brunswick Indian Summer Games
July 26 - 31
Doaktown Annual Fair
July 29 - 31
Miramichi Valley Oldtimers Baseball Tournament
August 1 - 3
Join the fun at Canada's longest-standing folk festival! Five days of song and dance featuring authentic traditional and contemporary folk music. From story songs passed on by lumberjacks of old, to modern-day troubadours singing their own compositions, this event has a unique flavour. Concerts featuring singers, dancers and fiddlers, New Brunswick Day breakfast, boat cruise, children's show, noon luncheons with live music and much more.
Promoting agriculture and community living, this popular fair features Draft & Light Horse competitions, Cattle displays, 4H exhibitors, horticulture, handicrafts, photography & baked goods. Enjoy a country breakfast or indulge with some great "fair food". There are activities for the children featuring the Wild & Wooly and musical entertainment. Come experience a day at the fair!
|One of Canada's longest running and successful air shows. An over two hour air display highlights a weekend family event that features static aircraft, army vehicles and historical displays, obstacle courses as well as community displays and activities for children. New for 2016 a camp site will allow fans to spend the weekend at the Show site.|
Miramichi Scottish Festival
August 19 -21
A celebration of the Scottish heritage including Outdoor Ceilidh, Tartan Banquet, Sunday at MacDonald Farm and a memorial service.