Road closures during Riverfront Jubilee

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The Town of New Glasgow advises the travelling public that there will be several upcoming road closures to accommodate preparations and events associated with the New Glasgow Music Jubilee.


The Glasgow Square Parking lot will be closed as of 6:00 am on Thursday, July 31st until Monday, August 4th at 4:00 am. On Friday, August 1, the Goodman Parking lot will be closed at 8:00am and remain closed until early Monday morning. Also as of 8:00 am on Friday, August 1, Riverside Parkway as well as Dalhousie Street, from the corner of Provost and George Street to Riverside Parkway, will be closed until Monday, August 4 at 4:00 am. There will be access to MacLean Street from Glasgow Street for all three days.   Throughout the weekend, the George Street Bridge will be reduced to two lanes. Motorists are also reminded of the four way stop entering and exiting the Downtown core via the George Street Bridge and to proceed with caution. There will be local access to Crabby J's Marina until 6pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.   To accommodate the Children's Jubilee, Jubilee Youth Stage and Blues in the Park, Terrace Street to Bell Street will be close from 10am-5pm on Saturday, August 2 and also closed from 10am-7pm on Sunday, August 3. The Town of New Glasgow and the Jubilee Committee thank members of the community for their understanding and support of this signature hometown event.

Organizations: George Street Bridge

Geographic location: Riverside Parkway, Dalhousie Street, MacLean Street Glasgow Street Terrace Street Bell Street New Glasgow

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Recent comments

  • just a guy
    July 30, 2014 - 17:40

    I can never understand the location of this Event, To close off the only bridge connecting west and east side, all of downtown , to bring in 1000,s of drunk people to the downtown. Damage is done almost every weekend when the bars close as it is. Have this EVENT over in PARKDALE, lots of wide open space, out of town and Police would be handy Safer for fire dept to get to calls, and the public with traffic as well

  • Rattlesnake Red
    July 30, 2014 - 15:14

    hahaha thank you for the laff !

  • johnny smoke
    July 30, 2014 - 08:48

    Why not just shut her down? I think that hardly anyone would notice the difference.