Saturday , 8 May 2021

Loverboy, Emerson Drive headlining 2019 Centerfield Music Festival

Music festival returns to St. Paul for third year, looking to build on past success.

The historic Jaycee Ballpark will come alive with some of Canada’s biggest and brightest stars once again this summer as the two-day Centerfield Music Festival, presented by MCSNet rolls into town June 14th and 15th.

The Festival heads into year three with a goal of putting on an incredible show and growing the Festival spirit and vibe that has been an integral part of the event’s success. The enthusiasm, success, and support for the initial Centerfield Music Festival’s is something event Co-Producer Keynon Ternovoy is eager to build on:

‘The response from the fans, support from the community, and our sponsors has been incredible, and the anticipation for what’s to come this year has been electric. We’re excited to continue to foster an incredible feeling surrounding the Festival and are making improvements to the site and services that our guests will surely enjoy – including the return of a Centerfield Marketplace. We continue to maintain our goal of solidifying Centerfield Music Festival as a focal point for the Lakeland, Town of St. Paul, and on the Alberta music festival scene, and bringing world-class entertainment to our guests as we kick off the summer.’

Alberta’s Emerson Drive – owners of accolades including multiple CCMA and Juno Awards – to name but a few – headlines the Saturday night performance, along with one of the true rising stars in Canadian country music, CCMA nominee and multiple ACMA recipient Dan Davidson. Fan favorite Danny Hooper will also appear. Friday’s stage will feature global rock music icons, with more than 10 million albums sold, Loverboy. Captain Tractor will also light up the stage with their distinctive brand of Celtic-Folk Rock. More exciting artist announcements will be released in the weeks leading up to the event.

Limited time ‘Two Day Home-Run Weekend Passes’ for the Centerfield Music Festival, presented by MCSNet go on sale at 10:00am, Friday, March 22nd and can be purchased online at a special price of $99.00 (plus applicable service charges) via the official event website: www.centerfieldmusicfestival.com or at St. Paul: Cornerstone Co-op Home Centre. Also available for the first time are specially priced ‘Youth Tickets’ available for patrons ages 5-14 years of age at the special price of $59.99 (plus applicable service charges). Children under the age of five are still able to take in the Festival free-of-charge.

Additional event information is available at www.centerfieldmusicfestival.com, and will be updated regularly as more exciting news becomes available.

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