Taken from www.vilsv.ca

This lovely Village is located on the Saint John River, 40 km south of Grand Falls, near the mouth of the Tobique River. Perth on the east side of the river and Andover on the west were amalgamated into a Village in 1966 and currently has a population service area of over 6000 people. Nestled between the rolling hills of the upper river valley, this picturesque village is often referred to as the “Gateway to the Tobique.”

Where Should I Stay?

The Perth-Andover Motor Inn has secured a special block of rooms for The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo. Please call 1 (506) 273 2224 or email painn@nb.aibn.com for reservations or more information.

Your stay at the Castle Inn, first built in 1932 as a private residence, will be a memorable one highlighted by any one of their thirteen uniquely styled rooms, beautiful scenery, friendly service, and memorable dining.

Please visit www.perth-andover.com for a full listing of accommodations in the area. In addition, our shuttle travels to all hotels in the Perth-Andover area.

On-site camping is available again at Hullabaloo!

The picturesque background of Baird’s Memorial Campground* along the banks of the Saint John River offers the perfect setting for the Hullabaloo. Festival visitors choosing to stay on-site are guaranteed a relaxing and enjoyable stay at this family-owned and operated campground. Baird’s campground is located literally inches away from The Hullabaloo – for reservations, call 1 506 273 2542.

*PLEASE NOTE: Camping is NOT included in your ticket price but can be purchased separately from Baird’s* Campground. It is also important to note your Hullabaloo ticket provides access to the festival grounds, NOT to the campground.

For The Hullabaloo weekend, the campground is specially reserved for Hullabaloo Weekend Pass holders only! The Larlee Creek Hullabaloo is growing in popularity and size and is fortunate to have nearby camping available to festival-goers. Baird’s Campground, in support of the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo, graciously has coordinated efforts to be able to offer this service to festival-goers.

*Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Inc. is NOT affiliated with Baird’s Campground (but only a stone’s throw away). For further camping information and rules, please contact Baird’s Campground at 1 506 273 2542.

For more information about the Larlee Creek Hullabaloo Music Festival, please call 1 877 778 7271 or email larleecreek.hullabaloo@gmail.com.

Where Should I Eat? 

Larlee Creek Eatery
The Oak Tree Restaurant & Pub
Carl’s Dairy Bar
Caroline’s Canteen

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