Wednesday Show

Dieppe's favourite family activity! Since 1987, people have been gathering in downtown Dieppe every Wednesday in the summer for the Wednesday Show!

These free outdoor concerts are staged at Place 1604 at 6:30 p.m. and serve as a showcase for discovering musical acts from our local area - and elsewhere.

Each summer, more than 10,000 people attend these unique concerts held in a festive and family-friendly atmosphere. 

Here is the complete schedule:

July 8 - Félix Belliveau, Jacques Comeau and George Belliveau

Félix Belliveau

This 19-year old singer, songwriter and composer hails from Dieppe and music is in his blood. All of his uncles and his father, who plays violin, were members of Bois-Joli. This artist covers popular songs and plays his own French compositions as well.

Jacques Comeau

Hailing from Néguac in the Acadian Peninsula but now living in Dieppe, this artist is a music enthusiast. Jacques took to the stage at an early age, quickly discovering that he cannot live without it. Whether it's as a member of the church's choir or as part of cultural events in his home town, he's passionate about music and incorporates it in his life. Over the years, he has been a musician and a vocalist in numerous bands, including the Acadian group Entoucas.

George Belliveau

George Belliveau is both an artist and an artisan in Acadie's music industry. Co-founder, technician, producer and directorof Studio Belivo, he helps many artists achieve their dreams. He has also been a part of Acadie's music scene since his teens as a member of several bands, including Belivo and the Acadian band Bois-Joli, bringing crowds to their feet for close to ten years. 

July 15 - Joannie Benoit and Angry Candy

Joannie Benoit

Hailing from Tracadie-Sheila in New Brunswick, Joannie Benoit already has an impressive background. Winner of the Gala de la Chanson de Caraquet, she was also a contestant on Star Académie in 2012. With a folk repertoire, her show is a prelude to her debut album which is scheduled to be released in 2015.

Angry Candy

Angry Candy has been a staple in the New Brunswick cover scene for 8 years now. Hot off their 2nd place finish on Canada's Got Talent, the group is now moving into the world of original music. Revolving around Izzy's soulful and powerful voice their new EP was recorded with legendary producers/engineers Henry Hirsch (Lenny Kravitz, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Mick Jagger) and Rachel Alina (P!nk, Katy Perry). 

July 22 - Circus Festival

July 29 - CY and Ronald Bourgeois


Since September 2013, Cy (Jacques Blinn, Jacques Boudreau, Guyaume Boulianne and Éric Dow) blends harmonies and guitar chords to create music that is both current and from the past. With three guitars and four vocals, this group from Nova Scotia hits the road to promote its compositions with the fog at its back and the sea in its soles. 

Ronald Bourgeois

This artist from Chéticamp in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, is known as one of Acadie's main singers, songwriters and composers. His award-winning songs can be found in the repertoires of several Acadian artists, as well as those of a few artists from Québec, Louisiana and France.

August 5 - Joey Robin Haché and Joseph Edgar

Joey Robin Haché

Joey Robin Haché is a popular up-and-coming Acadian artist. This 26-year old singer, songwriter and composer hails from Nigadoo, New Brunswick, and has been on the music scene for seven years now, making a name for himself both locally and in Quebec. Charismatic, audacious, authentic, and passionate about music, performing and his audience, his folk style ambient rock music is tinged with vocals that are reminiscent of Dédé Fortin's bellowing accuracy.

Joseph Edgar

Hailing from Moncton, Joseph Edgar is not a newcomer to the music scene. After ten years as the lead singer of the cult Acadian group Zéro ?Celsius in the 90's, he started a solo career in 2004, releasing his debut album independently. In 2011, he settled in Montréal and signed his first record deal with the label Ste-4 Musique. Under this label, he launched his fifth album Gazébo at the end of January 2014. Thanks to the massive success of his songs "Espionne russe" and "Alors voilà", this album has allowed him to carve out a place in Québec and the Francophonie. 

August 12 - Dans l'Shed and Suroît

Dans l'Shed

Éric Dion and André Lavergne from the Gaspé region have been fellow musicians for nearly 20 years now. Having both mastered their respective instruments (guitars, dobro, banjo, lap-steel), they perform songs with a touch of folk-country-blues and also delve into traditional southern American music. 


Suroît's charm and originality stems from the successful blend of pure traditional music and today's modern sound. Suroît is made up of four musicians who hail from the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, in Québec. Being multi-instrumentalist musicians, they bring with them the energy of the Suroît region; that wind from the south-west that brings good weather. The combination of violin, electric guitar, mandolin and the sound of people dancing in rhythm brings a breath of fresh air to traditional music. 

August 19 - Danny Boudreau and La Virée

Danny Boudreau

After a highly successful performance at the Festival Interceltique de Lorient in 2011, Danny decided to pursue this adventure with his DANNY PARTY. He's accompanied by his loyal companions, guitarist John Boulay, pianist and accordionist Jesse Mea, bassist Sylvain Doucet, young violin prodigy Justin Doucet and drummer Luc Roy. You can expect to hear popular French songs that are sure to bring you to your feet!

La Virée

The group La Virée has been around for 13 years and has released three albums (2005, 2007, 2012). If traveling is learning, it also produces songs and albums for La Virée. On every trip, the musicians keep their eyes peeled and their ears open for inspiration. Whether it's traveling through Acadie, Québec, Louisiana or France, they manage to incorporate bits and pieces of their travels into their songs.