Cavendish Campground: No Alcohol at Fest

May 24, 2013 by   - () Comments Off on Cavendish Campground: No Alcohol at Fest

Canadian national park campground won’t allow alcohol during July music festival.

Alcohol will not be allowed at the Prince Edward Island National Park campground at Cavendish during the Cavendish Beach Music Festival the first weekend in July.

The festival is in its fifth year and has proven to be very popular, attracting tens of thousands of people to see acts such as Taylor Swift, George Canyon and Lady Antebellum. Acts this year include Dwight Yoakum and the Dixie Chicks, CBC News reported.

With an alcohol ban in place, Roger Steadman, national park warden supervisor, is looking for a more family-oriented group of campers during the Cavendish Beach Music Festival. (CBC)

It’s three days of country music, fun, and for some, lots of drinking. But the national park has seen enough of the drinking on the festival weekend.

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