May 3, 2019
Indian River, PE – Historic St. Mary’s plays host to a new island culinary event for PEI Lobster and music lovers!
Tails n Tunes is a lobstravaganza that celebrates PEI LOBSTER with celebrity CHEF ILONA DANIEL and a musical performance with island artists INN ECHO.
Millions of discerning gastrophiles from across our beautifully expansive nation to come to Prince Edward Island seeking out the freshest, right from the wharf lobster feast. Join us for an all out lobstravaganza featuring interactive demonstrations and dynamic meals curated by hospitality maven, Chef Ilona Daniel!
“Spend the day making memories and nourishing all of your senses with friends, family or the bon viveur in your life!” says Chef Ilona
“We are excited to offer a new culinary experience in the pavilion on the grounds of Historic St. Mary’s” says Don Quarles, Executive Director of the Indian River Festival. “Any opportunity to have fresh PEI Lobster and incredible island music in one place, is an event in itself”.
Tails n Tunes takes place on Saturday, June 8th and offers culinary demonstrations, PEI Lobster served in a variety of ways, lobster fishing and cooking information and the day ends with an incredible musical performance by INN ECHO, in one of Canada’s best natural acoustic venues, Historic St. Mary’s Church, the home of the Indian River Festival.
“This is great chance to enjoy island hospitality, learn some tricks of the trade and all things PEI LOBSTER from Chef Ilona and also enjoy a musical performance by fantastic local artists, INN ECHO, in a spectacular performance space!” says Quarles. “Sounds like the perfect event for a foodie and music lover, doesn’t it? It is!! “
Information and tickets for this special event are available at
TailsnTunes.ca or by calling Ticketpro 1-888-311-9090
About Indian River Festival:
The internationally recognized Festival, has been twice named by the Globe and Mail as one of the best summer music festivals in Canada, and presents outstanding performances from a dynamic mix of some of the biggest names in Canadian music and exciting emerging talents.
The Festival is in it’s 24th year and includes the best in folk, jazz, blues, roots, classical, choral, traditional and contemporary music all in the acoustically perfect Historic St. Mary’s Church in Indian River, Prince Edward Island. The lineup of artists for 2019 Indian River Festival summer season includes: Jeremy Dutcher, Soprano Tracy Cantin,The Once, Baritone Brett Polegato, Catherine MacLellan,VC2 Cello Duo, David Myles, Ironwood Quartet, The Fretless, French Squeeze with Marjorie Maltais & Jacques Arsenault, Rose Cousins, Indian River Festival Chorus, The Small Glories, Saskatoon Children’s Choir, Dmitri Levkovich & Agne Radzeviciute, Scandinavian String Alliance, Lina Boudreau, Montreal Guitar Trio, Shari Ulrich, Bach Sonatas with Mark Fewer & Hank Knox and MORE!
For more information or interview, contact [email protected]
Indian River Festival gratefully acknowledges the support from the Confederation Bridge, Lobster PEI, the Province of Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canadian Opportunities Agency and Cavendish Farms