Taking place in the beautiful boreal wilderness of Northern Alberta, the intimate and majestic Astral Harvest Festival will return once again this year for Season 12. The nestled gathering has garnered a dedicated following and become a staple of the Canadian electronic music scene with its unique combination of music, art, yoga, movement, and learning experiences.
Beyond the music, Astral Harvest will ensure the visual aspect of the festival is just as memorable with an Arts Lineup that will include performance art, art workshops, and visual art. Guests attending the festival will have the chance to witness painting, hooping, aerial performances, flow arts, face and body painting, burlesque, and much more from an array of talented artists.
To keep guests active throughout the festival, Astral Harvest has curated Yoga and Movement lineups filled with incredible teachers. Those in attendance will have the chance to take part and witness acro and buti yoga, mediation sessions, flow juggling, partner thai massages, permaculture and yoga for kids, puppet creation, poi classes, tea party playshops, self improv-ment and more.
The festival has also crafted a stellar Knowledge Lineup that will give attendees the chance to keep their mind sharp throughout the event. This will include poetry, beatboxing, palm reading, sound mediation, beekeeping, singing and drumming circles, the art of magic, Pot 101 and more.
Although you have always been permitted to enjoy alcoholic beverages in your campground at the festival, Astral Harvest is proud to provide a full service bar at The Manor Stage. The M-Bar will be serving up drinks including local craft breweries and quality spirits for the first time this year.
Who is it for?
Tickets :$239.00,includes Camping and
Kids Weekend: $59.00
Family Pack: $549.00
Kids Saturday: $$30.00
How to get tickets?
Foosh 10544 82 Ave NW (780) 491-6980
Grassroots 112 10 St NW (403) 270-2193
WHEN & WHERE
Date & Time: July 4-7 2019
Main Gate opens Friday, July 13 at 12:00pm.
North Country Fair festival grounds owned by the Lesser Slave Lake North Country Community Association near Driftpile, Alberta