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Where is Levee on the Lake being held in 2024?

All events are in historic (Middle) Sackville, New Brunswick. You can take the Walker Road exit if you are coming from Moncton or exit 506 if you are coming from Halifax / PEI. Our Thursday night Pig & Promenade is up at The Music Barn on Station Road and all other events are on or adjacent to Lillas Fawcett Park in the area between Morice Drive, Pondshore Drive and Folkins Road. We would like to again thank the Fawcett Family (Judy Fawcett) for the use of her field for the inaugural levee in 2020. 

Why are there road closures Saturday ?

In order to facilitate a safe area for people to walk between venues and to allow for maximum social distancing, Main Street just over the bridge and before Pondshore will be closed up to just before Morice Drive, will have temporary closures over the event.  The triathalon and duathlon both take place in the morning and the levee starts on Saturday at 12:30 PM so barricades go about close to 8 AM and come down once the area clears when the show is over at 5:30 PM on Saturday August 17. We want families, seniors and just everyone to be able to stroll around and enjoy the live music and culture safely. We also wanted to deter traffic from driving to the area and idling cars, creating congestion and creating hazards for emergency vehicles should they be required. Again barricades go up 8:00 AM Saturday Aug 17 and come down sometime after 5:30 PM when the area is clear of pedestrians.

Water Craft & Boat Launch

Best route is to come from Town and take Main Street down towards the lake turning left on Morice Drive. You can launch your boat and will be instructed where to park your car, trailer etc. We suggest at least two people for motorized boats so someone can go park. There is a mobility launch as well at the Town of Sackville Boat Ramp.

What about people who live in the closure area?

This year there are no houses affected by the Levee closures.

Do I need a boat this year?

Our MainStage Lakeside stage is at the edge of the lake across from Lillas Fawcett Park in the pumping station lot so you should be able to boat, swim, paddle AND walk and sit in your own lawn chair or on the grass or even on the beach and enjoy the free stage in a socially distant safe capacity. We strongly encourage the spirit of the original event and so you should definitely come by canoe! For people with lawn chairs you may sit along the road but will be directed by our staff where to do so and advise the evacuation plan should emergency vehicles need to access that road at anytime. We have to be able to move quickly so no shade tents etc...just lawn chairs or bag chairs.

Is the Levee free?

The MainStage levee is free yes! It takes place Saturday August 17 at 12:30 pm until 5:30 pm. We have also added Sunday events; The Cattail Ceilidh at 1:00 PM and The Silver Lake Sessions under the tent at Lillas Fawcett Park which are also free at 7:00 pm Sunday August 20.  We have four ticketed events Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights that you should check out as well. Please remember Friday and Saturday are 19+ events as we are operating a bar service under the tent. All our workshops during Friday - Sunday are free as well but they require registration in advance. 

I want to volunteer at the Levee!

Please email us at leveeonthelake@gmail.com as we love having volunteers. You can also complete the online form on this site.

Do I need to bring a chair to the Levee?

We suggest you bring a lawn chair to the Levee events just in case you want to stake your own spot. It's summer so you should always have a lawn chair right? See details on the ticketing page for each event.

What about parking? 

For those without mobility issues we suggesting biking or walking the trail to the event for sure. It's a great trail.  We also have parking at various spots around the site.

If you are being dropped off we suggest coming via Folkins or Church as there is a drop off area just infront of The Church by the Lake. There will be some mobility parking at Church by the Lake and the Boat Ramp on a first come first serve basis with appropriate signage on your vehicle. General public parking can occur along Morice Drive and Church Road but please do not block drive ways or access or fire hydrants. Respect the property around the park.

We will also have first come first serve parking (with our attendant) at the mailboxes, The Church by the Lake and we are working to secure other areas.

With any beach or public park, with mobility parking, it is still sometimes difficult to get to the park area. We will do our best to accommodate but it is a beach area so please plan accordingly or call us in advance to discuss.

What if it rains?

If the weather is torrential and winds over 20km than the Saturday afternoon Levee moves inside the festival tent and we accommodate as many as we can. Fingers crossed we don't have to do this. All the evening events go rain or shine in the tent and barn.

ANY QUESTIONS CAN BE DIRECTED TO levee office@gmail.com or leveeonthelake@gmail.com 

THANK YOU!

 

 Où se déroulent les événements de Levee on the Lake 2024? 

  Tous les événements se déroulent dans la région historique de Middle Sackville, au Nouveau-Brunswick. Si vous venez de Moncton, prenez la sortie Walker Road. En provenance d’Halifax ou de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard, c’est la sortie 506. Le Pig & Promenade du jeudi soir aura lieu au Music Barn sur le chemin Station et tous les autres événements se déroulent dans le parc Lillas Fawcett ou à proximité de celui-ci, entre les promenades Morice et Pondshore et le chemin Folkins. Encore une fois, nous tenons à remercier la famille Fawcett (Judy Fawcett) qui a eu la gentillesse de nous prêter leur terrain pour la première édition de Levee on the Lake en 2020. 

  Pourquoi les fermetures de routes samedi? 

  Afin de permettre aux gens de se déplacer à pied en toute sécurité entre les différents sites, la rue Main juste après le pont et avant Pondshore sera fermée jusqu'à Morice Drive pour la durée de l'événement. Le triathlon et le duathlon ont lieu le samedi matin et le Levee débute à 12h30. Les barricades seront en place vers 8h du matin le samedi 17 août, et seront retirées lorsque la zone sera dégagée à la fin du spectacle vers 17h30. Les familles et les spectateurs et spectatrices de tout âge pourront se promener en toute sécurité, et profiter de la musique et des autres activités culturelles. 

  Embarcations et rampe de mise à l'eau 

  Nous recommandons de venir de la ville et de prendre la rue Main en direction du lac. Ensuite, tournez à gauche sur Morice Drive! Vous pouvez mettre votre bateau à l'eau et nous vous indiquerons où vous garer, etc. Nous vous conseillons d'être au moins deux personnes pour les bateaux à moteur pour qu’une personne puisse aller garer la voiture alors que l’autre reste dans le bateau. La rampe de mise à l'eau de la ville de Sackville est idéale pour les personnes à mobilité réduite. 

  Est-ce qu’il y a des personnes qui vivent dans la zone de fermeture? 

  Cette année, aucune maison ne sera affectée par la fermeture de routes samedi. 

  Ai-je besoin d'un bateau? 

  La scène MainStage Lakeside se trouve au bord du lac en face du parc Lillas Fawcett, sur le terrain de la station de pompage. Vous devriez pouvoir faire du bateau, nager, pagayer, marcher, vous asseoir dans votre propre chaise pliante, sur l'herbe ou même sur la plage, et profiter de la scène gratuite! Nous encourageons fortement de venir en canoë ou en kayak comme à l’événement inaugural ! Pour les personnes qui auront des chaises pliantes : nos bénévoles vous indiqueront où vous pouvez vous asseoir le long de la route. Nous devons pouvoir nous déplacer rapidement au cas où un véhicule d'urgence doit accéder à cette route. Les tentes ne seront pas permises. 

  Le Levee est-il gratuit? 

  Le spectacle du samedi 17 août sur le MainStage Lakeside est gratuit et aura lieu de 12h30 à 17h30. Des événements gratuits ont été ajoutés le dimanche 18 août : The Cattail Ceilidh à 13h00 et The Silver Lake Sessions sous la tente au parc Lillas Fawcett à 19h00. Il y a aussi d’excellents artistes à découvrir lors de nos quatre événements payants les jeudi, vendredi et samedi soirs. À noter que seules les personnes âgées de 19 ans ou plus peuvent assister aux événements du vendredi et du samedi soir puisqu’il y aura un service de bar sous la tente. Tous nos ateliers de vendredi à dimanche sont aussi gratuits mais il faut s'inscrire à l'avance puisque les places sont limitées. 

  Je veux être bénévole ! 

Vous voulez devenir bénévole? Super! Envoyez-nous un courriel à  leveeonthelake@gmail.com. Vous pouvez aussi remplir le formulaire en ligne sur ce site Web. 

  Dois-je apporter une chaise au Levee ? 

  Nous vous encourageons à apporter une chaise pliante au cas où vous voudriez réserver votre place (et vous asseoir, bien sûr)! C'est l'été donc vous devriez toujours avoir une chaise pliante avec vous ou dans votre voiture, n'est-ce pas ? Voir les détails sur la page de la billetterie pour chaque événement. 

  Stationnement 

  Pour ceux qui n'ont pas de problèmes de mobilité, nous suggérons d'emprunter le sentier à vélo ou à pied pour vous rendre sur le site de l’événement. C'est un excellent sentier! Il y a également des places de stationnement à divers endroits tout près! 

  Si quelqu’un vous dépose, nous vous suggérons de passer par Folkins ou Church, car il y a une aire de dépôt juste en face de l'église près du lac. Il y aura quelques places de stationnement pour les personnes à mobilité réduite à Church by the Lake et à la rampe de mise à l'eau, selon le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi, et avec une vignette de stationnement. Le public peut se garer le long de la promenade Morice et du chemin Church, mais ne doit pas bloquer les voies d'accès ou les bouches d'incendie. Nous vous demandons de respecter la propriété autour du parc. 

  Il sera aussi possible de se garer (premier arrivé, premier servi) aux boîtes aux lettres, à l'église près du lac, et nous travaillons à confirmer d'autres zones de stationnement. 

  Sur toute plage ou dans tout parc public, il pourrait parfois être difficile d'accéder à l'aire du parc via la plage ou dans tout parc public, même si le stationnement est réservé aux personnes à mobilité réduite. Nous ferons de notre mieux pour répondre aux besoins, mais comme il s'agit d'une plage, nous vous demandons d'être prévoyants ou de nous appeler à l'avance pour en discuter. 

  Et s'il pleut ? 

  S’il y a des averses de pluie ou que les vents dépassent les 20 km, le Levee du samedi après-midi sera remis au dimanche et les événements du dimanche après-midi seront inversés. Souhaitons qu’il fasse beau et chaud! Les événements en soirée se déroulent sous la tente et dans la grange donc à l’abri de la pluie et du vent. 

TOUTES AUTRES QUESTIONS PEUVENT ÊTRE ENVOYÉES à leveeoffice@gmail.com ou à leveeonthelake@gmail.com 

MERCI !

CONDITIONS & PRIVACY 

This festival is outdoors and subject to cancellation due to weather, pandemics or force majeure. The safety of our audience and artists is the top priority. 

Cancellation of the events on the part of the festival will trigger refunds however there are no refunds should the ticket purchaser cancel. 

Credit card statements may reflect charges from: EventBrite 

The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick produces “Levee on the Lake” and manages www.leveeonthelake.com.com (the Website) and all other promotions and social media platforms related to the festival. 

To better protect your privacy we are providing this notice explaining online information practices and the choices you can make about the way your information is collected and used. In collecting information, our primary goal is to provide and improve our festival experience. 

Performer line-ups are subject to change without notice. The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick where ever possible will replace the act with equal or greater value. 

Purchases are subject to 15% HST and possible on-line fees where noted 

We are committed to protecting the privacy of the Website visitors and customers. The Website uses security measures to protect against the loss, misuse, and alteration of the information. To prevent unauthorized access we have appropriate managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online. 

We collect information when you use and access the Website. The Intangible Heritage and Culture Council of New Brunswick, however, cannot guarantee the security of personal information accessible on or transmitted via the Internet. This is a risk you take will all internet transactions. 

We may engage a third party to work on our behalf with the data we collect and for our purposes only. We require that these parties agree to use such information in a confidential manner and in compliance with this Privacy Policy and any other appropriate confidentiality and security measures. We do not authorize them to use the information for other purposes. 

We do not disclose personal information to third parties, except when one or more of the following conditions is true: 

We have the individual’s permission or 

1 The disclosure is permitted by law or mandatory professional standards; 

2. The disclosure is reasonably related to the sale or other disposition of all or part of our business 

3.The personal information to be disclosed is publicly available; 

4.The disclosure is reasonably necessary for the establishment or maintenance of legal claims; 

We may share Customer Information when legally required to do so or at the request of governmental authorities conducting an investigation. 

You acknowledge that The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick shall have no liability to you for sharing of such information to such third parties we disclaims any and all liability relating thereto. 

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Use of information that The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick gathers is subject to the Privacy Policy in effect at the time of use. 

Tickets cannot be replaced if lost, stolen or destroyed, and are valid only for the event and seat for which they are issued. It is unlawful to reproduce this ticket in any form. 

Management reserves the right to refuse admission to or eject any person whose conduct is deemed by management, at management’s sole discretion, to be disorderly, who uses vulgar or abusive language or who fails to comply with these or other management or facility rules. Breach of any of the foregoing will automatically terminate this license and rights of ticket holder. 

The exercise of management’s rights hereunder does not entitle credential holder to a refund of the credential price or any part thereof. This credential is a revocable license and admission may be refused upon refunding the face amount of the credential, at management’s discretion. Unlawful resale or attempted resale is grounds for seizure and cancellation of the credential, without compensation, at management’s discretion. 

Ticket holder agrees to comply with all local or facility rules that prohibit or limit alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, controlled substances, cameras, recording devices, bundles and containers of any kind from being brought into the event premises. 

You must be 19 years of age to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages. You must have a photo ID. 

You attend Levee on the Lake at your own risk. Levee on the Lake, The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick, it’s sponsors, artists and associated staff are not liable for any activity in Silver Lake or on Silver Lake. The rules governing safe boating and swimming are to be followed however The Intangible Culture and Heritage Council of New Brunswick does not have the authority under any laws to enforce water safety. This is a jurisdiction of the RCMP. 

You attend the festival site at your own risk.