Photo Essay: Harvest

Still of the Logo for the Harvest Music Festival, that shines brightly Infront of the Blues tent. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
The Harvest Music Festival included a wide arrange of street performers, varying some of the genres trough folk music and blues to artistic performances. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
One of the main street performers that was part of harvest, was the one man band act that mixed juggling, fire breathing, guitar playing and more for the many attendees of Harvest. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
Harvest also offered a red cross stand, for any of the attendees that needed medical assistance or in case of any emergency. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
One of the main attractions of the Festival, were the food trucks that offered a wide arrange of food for the general public. one of the busiest ones was the Slush puppies truck that offered popcorn, cotton candy, slush puppies and more. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
ExploreNB was present throughout Harvest, offering visitors a deeper look into the many attractions that New Brunswick has to offer, such as the Fundy trails and Grand Lake. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
The Gallery on Queen also offered their own blues show called ‘Just Aud’, featuring Tim Osmond and Audrey Arsenault. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
On Fredericton’s own stage, ‘The Hello Crows’ a Fredericton local band that call themselves Wabanaki Storytellers. (Daniel Salas/AQ)
Still of Kaleo, one of the Headliners of the Coors Light Blues Tent at The Harvest Music Festival, this past Thursday September 14th, 2023. (Daniel Salas/AQ)