The Centre Expo-Festival was established in 1998. At that time, it was a community facility that featured dining and entertainment. Since its opening, the Centre Expo-Festival organized several activities of all kinds for the community. In 2000, a related multi-purpose center and a campground for recreational vehicles were added to the facility. Subsequently, in 2001, a mobile platform was built outside. Since 2010, the Centre Expo-Festival operates a restaurant and Acadian bakery during the summer months. In 2014, the facility underwent a huge transition from Centre Expo-Festival to the Acadian Musical Village. This large construction project added to the site La Grange à Ti-Manuel, a small outdoor stage, an art gallery and a lovely outdoor terrace. In addition, the centre was completely refurbished – a beautiful visitor center, a gift shop and exhibits on the late singer Angèle Arsenault were added. In addition, the restaurant was completely refurbished and renamed the Resto-Bar La Trappe. The bakery was renamed La Galette blanche. Every year, the Acadian Musical Village organizes several musical activities, including its ever-popular summer dinner-theatre show.