The Pour House aka The Beer Barn Hours

The Exhibition is back, and we have made some exciting new changes to make our comeback better than ever! If you like to kick back after a long day of exploring the exhibition grounds with a cold beer in your hand we have some amazing news for you, The Pour House aka The Beer Barn will now have new expanded hours! The Pour House is now open Tuesday July 26th and Wednesday July 27th 4pm to 10pm, Thursday July 28th 4pm to 12am, and Friday July 29th and Saturday July 30th 4pm to 1am!

Entertainment Happening in The Pour House!

DJ Danimal

Thursday and Friday Night from 7pm-12am!

Daniel first broke into the DJ scene a few years ago, when his passion for music took him across the country to learn, discover and enjoy new genres and artists. With an extensive knowledge of both current and past hits, Daniel is known for being able to create an atmosphere which can be enjoyed by any age group or music fan. Don’t be surprised when you catch yourself dancing. For Daniel, it’s all about creating a deep and personal experience for each event…playing those tracks that get you tapping your feet and nodding your head without realizing it.

Check him out for yourself!


Air Traffic Control

Performing Saturday Night at 9pm!

ATC is a family band from the South Shore of Nova Scotia, comprised of brothers Kirk and Jordi Comstock and their cousin Luke. The music, much like the surroundings, holds a sense of isolation while the lyrics convey the internal struggles of the human condition, filling the listener with a desire for connection and belonging. After 32 years together they have arrived in a place where their music speaks in a way, through generations, that only a band of their staying power and commitment could.

The band began as Madhat when the members were 11 years old. As a young band and on through their teenage years they were strongly influenced by counterculture, skateboarding and punk rock. As Madhat they earned three nominations for Alternative Recording of the Year by the East Coast Music Association (1999, 2001 and 2003). The band changed their name to Air Traffic Control in 2005, and continued to gain recognition: New Group of the Year nomination by Music Nova Scotia (2005), #1 East Coast Countdown (2006), Rock Recording of the Year nomination by the East Coast Music Association (2011), and Alan Cross of The Edge Radio Station (Toronto, 2011) said, "The #1 band to check out today." The band's music has been featured on Much Music, Satellite Radio, television shows (CTV's Degrassi , YTV's 15 Love, CBS's Golden Boy, ABC's Miracles of Laura), movies, radio stations across Canada and the United States, magazine covers (Muzik), and on the video game EA Sports Rugby. ATC has released five albums Air Traffic Control (2005), To Be Free (2007), Can't Kill Love (2009), Tear the House Down (2012) and Great Escapes (2019).

Air Traffic Control released their sixth album, "No Horse Kids." November 1st 2021.

With the new record the band maintains there DIY ethics with writing, performing, engineering, mixing and mastering duties all handled by the band on their home turf inside "Comstock Recording Studios." The album sees the band build on their already well-established sound while adding elements of dark blues and psychedelia. The lyrics arrive like a timeless psychedelic chronicle of love, life and the oddities of existence.