Festival Partners

The Rising Tide Festival is produced by the Friends of Fundy in collaboration with Parks Canada. Without our sponsors and community partners, the Rising Tide Festival simply would not be possible. We’d like to extend a huge thank you to the groups and businesses below!

Principal Partnerships

  • The Government of Canada’s Building Community Through Arts & Heritage grant has been instrumental in the Rising Tide 2019 expansion into the communities.
  • Alpine Motor Inn in Alma, NB is the Rising Tide Festival Accommodation Sponsors, providing a home base for many of the performing musicians and artists throughout the festival.
  • With a mission to advance music, art and culture in New Brunswick by supporting and showcasing emerging and established artists, Parkindale Productions have been an integral piece of Rising Tide 2019 by booking all of the community musical performances.

Community Concert Venues

  • Parkindale Hall is one of our venues for Rising Tide 2019. Nestled in the quiet hills of Albert County, the hall has opened its doors to welcome some local, national and international musical talent to the historic hall’s stage
  • Albert County Museum is one of the community concert venues for Rising Tide 2019! The concert is set to take place in the historic Albert County Court House.
  • The Painted Haus Art Cafe is a new addition to the Village of Riverside-Albert and one of our community concert venues for Rising Tide 2019. This Music Venue and Art Cafe with an Eastern European spin is located in Riverside-Albert en route to Fundy National Park.

Community Food Partners

  • An Octopus’ Garden Cafe will be serving up their Rising Tide Ramen with a complimentary lemonade during the Rising Tide Festival. The base for the dish is their famous ramen, with the addition of lobster, mussels and scallops. Mmmm!!

Rising Tide Ramen w Lobster, Scallops & Mussels

  • Tipsy Tails Restaurant will be serving their Molly Kooler Sangria during Rising Tide 2019. This ingenious mix that consists of Waterside Winery’s blueberry wine, Moosehead’s peach raddler, and Herb n Joy Peppermint Extract gets its name from Molly Kool, North America’s first female sea-captain, who grew up right here in Alma, NB.
  • Tides Restaurant located in the Parkland Village Inn will be roasting a whole pig on the deck out front of the hotel. They will be serving Rising Tide roasted big burritos for guests to enjoy on the patio – the roast should be ready at approximately 6pm.

Rising Tide Buffet (entire pig)

  • The folks at Holy Whale Brewery have brewed up a Rising Tide Margarita Sour that will be available throughout the Rising Tide Festival. What a great way to get refreshed!

Rising Tide Margarita Sour

  • The Alma Boathouse Restaurant