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What’s On: Coldsnap


Prince George’s iconic winter festival and beloved musical event isn’t skipping a beat despite the restrictions and on-going pandemic. While things are certainly a bit different from the bumping hotels and pubs we’ve become accustomed too – this festival held both virtually and in-person is still packing a mighty punch with nine days of folk, jazz, rock and blues.

Mark your calendars for January 28 to February 5, and head over to our friends at Coldsnap for their live-stream. All concerts will be watchable from their website, with show reminders and other festivities, workshops, audience interactions and behind-the-scenes updates coming from their social media.


Coldsnap Kickoff | Jan. 28 | 7:30pm
Featuring Early Spirit and Special Guest

Sizzlin’ Saturday Night |Jan. 29 | 7:30pm
Featuring Nuela Charles and Eric Tompkins Trio

Coldsnap for Kids! | Jan. 30 | 2pm
Featuring Kym Gouchie

Glorious Sunday | Jan. 30 | 7:30pm
Featuring The Small Glories and Caley Watts

Sensational Singers | Jan. 31 | 7:30pm
Featuring Clerel and Genevieve Jade

Guitar Masters | Feb. 1 | 7:30pm
Featuring Linda McRae/Doug Cox and Karl Wyssen

An Indie-Folk-Rockin’ Good Time | Feb. 2 | 7:30pm
Featuring Sarah Smith and The North Sound

Thursday Night Blue | Feb. 3 | 7:30pm
Featuring Murray Porter, and Special Guest

Musique Chaude Pour Une Nuit Froide (Hot Music for a Cold Night) | Feb. 4 | 7:30pm
Featuring The Lost Fingers and Special Guest

Brighter Days Ahead | Feb. 6 | 7:30pm
Featuring The Boom Booms and Special Guest

To get you pumped up and ready for some at-home singalongs, here’s access to the Coldstream 2021 teaser playlist.