2017 Music Festivals in Alberta

List of 60+ Music Festivals in Alberta.

Contents

Alberta Music Festivals in Spring (~ March 20 to June 21)
Alberta Music Festivals in Summer (~ June 21 to September 22)
Alberta Music Festivals in Fall (~September 22 to December 21)
Alberta Music Festivals in Winter (~ December 22 to March 20)




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Alberta Music Festivals in Spring (~ March 20 to June 21)

Northern Lights Music Festival – Edmonton

EDM Festival.

2017 Artists: Above & Beyond, Excision, Getter, TroyBoi, Metro Boomin, Alan Walker, Illenium, Grey, Unlike Pluto, Jesse K and GCR. Details

Easter Weekend
April 14 – 15, 2017

Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton

2Day Pass: $109.50 +SC, VIP $169.50 +SC
Single Day: $89.50 – $99.50, VIP: $109.50

Early Music Festival – Edmonton

Music  festival featuring works prior to circa 185os. Details

May 5 – 7, 2017

First Presbyterian Church
10025 105 St NW, Edmonton

Free & ticketed events. ($30 – $90)

Shredmonton Metal Festival And Conference – Edmonton

Showcasing 16 of Western Canada’s heaviest hitting bands over the course of 3 days, as well as featuring multiple seminars hosted by professionals in various fields of the music industry. Details

May 12 – 14, 2017

Mercury Room, Edmonton

$20 – $120

Rainmaker Concert Series and Music Fest – St Albert

Part of Rainmaker Rodeo & Exhibition – annual Rodeo, exhibition and music festival. Features some of the hottest acts to the Concert stage, great marketplace vendors, awesome Midway, the all family circus, some of the best Cowboys and Cowgirls that ride here in Alberta! Hosted by The St. Albert Kinsmen club. Details

2017: Prism, Harlequin, Headpins, and more.

Rainmaker Concert Series and Music Fest: May 26 – 27, 2017

Kinsmen Grounds, 47 Riel Drive, St. Albert.

$39.99 +charges

[email protected] Festival – Calgary

Celebrate the magnificence of composer Johann Sebastian Bach in this annual Baroque celebration by Calgary Philharmonic. Details

May 25 – 27, 2017

 Knox United Church, 506 4 St SW, Calgary

Single: $45 / $25; Festival Pass: $93.00

NUOVA Opera & Music Theatre Festival – Edmonton

Classical Opera & Music Festival. Details

May 20 to June 30, 2017

In and around Edmonton.The King’s University, Fort Edmonton Park, Robertson-Wesley United Church, The University of Alberta and Festival Place in Sherwood Park.

Varies

Cowboy Country Music Festival  – Nordegg

Tim Hus, Drew Gregory, Tristan Horncastle, 2 Bad Apples, Lori Kole. Details

May 26-28 2017

 David Thompson Resort, 42 KM West of Nordegg on Highway 11

 $20 – $150

Heart of the City – Edmonton

Heart of the City Music and Arts Festival is an all ages festival with fun things for all to do. Details

June 3 & 4, 2017
~ 1st Weekend of June

Giovanni Caboto Park, 95 St and 109 Ave, Edmonton

 Free

Performance in the Park – Banff National Park

Featuring: Hedley and Walk off the Earth
Celebrate Canada 150 and the arrival of summer with highly-anticipated performances from two of Canada’s top contemporary music acts at Performance in the Park in Banff National Park. Details

 June 9 – 10, 2017

 Cascade Gardens, Banff

$35 | Child (2 to 12 years old) $12.50, Pass: $52.50 | Child (2 to 12 years old) $25

JazzYYC Summer Festival – Calgary




Calgary’s Jazz festival.

2017 Line up:  Featuring multi-JUNO award-winner, pianist Renee Rosnes in a duo with bassist Neil Swainson. Joel Miller Quartet from Montreal, with the Brett McDonald Quartet (formerly of Calgary, now NYC).  Vocalist Cheryl Fisher, Pianist Laila Biali,  Gypsophila from Halifax , Jim Brenan’s 10TET +1, featuring Jon Day; Mallory Chipman’s Nocturnalize and wrap party hosted by Brett McDonald on Sunday

Details

June 15 – 18, 2017

Various Venues,  Calgary

Free & ticketed events.

Sled Island – Calgary

Sled Island is an annual summer festival featuring over 250 bands plus film, comedy and art across 30+ venues in Calgary! Details

June 21 – 25, 2017

Various Venues,  Calgary

 Pass:  – $35 to  $385.00

Lethbridge Jazz & Blues Festival

Enjoy an amazing array of musical talent from Lethbridge, and from across the country. Details

2017  ~ June 9 – 17

 Various Venues, Lethbridge

Free and ticketed events.

Beaumont Blues & Roots Festival

Enjoy the best in live Canadian blues, roots, folk, rockabilly and country music featuring all Canadian ~ musicians and bands. Details

June 16 – 18, 2017
~ June 3rd weekend – Father’s Day weekend

Four Seasons Park, 41 Ave, Beaumont

Weekend Pass: Early bird : $100

Summer Solstice Music Festival – Edmonton

Chamber Music Festival:

Krzysztof Jablonski will open the Festival with a solo piano recital on June 21. Other events include the young, vibrant and polished Attaca Quartet; a piano master class; Canadian compositions; a relaxed evening at Yellowhead Brewery, and a daytime concert at Ledcor Theatre at the Art Gallery of Alberta.  Details

June 21 to 25, 2017
~ June 3rd weekend – Father’s Day weekend

 Various Venues, Edmonton

$15 to $35

Medicine Hat Jazz Fest

Medicine Hat Jazz Fest serves up an array of jazz beats for seven days all around town.

Line up: Al Muirhead featuring Laila Biali, Gypsophilia, Myriad3, Cheryl Fisher, Joel Miller with Sienne Dahlenmore, Yoslai de la Rosa, Kurt Rosenwinkel – Caipi, The Bow Djangos, Matt Savage/Tim Tamashiro, Devid Restivo Trio, Brad Shigeta’s Swingtime Band, Craig LearmontEnslow. Details

June 18-25, 2017

 Various Venues, Medicine Hat

 Tickets on sale in first week of May, Free and ticketed events.

Alberta Music Festivals in Summer (~ June 21 to September 22)

North Country Fair – Driftpile

Great music, rustic camping, a beautiful Boreal Forest venue, delicious food, craft vendors, interesting workshops, children’s activities. The Solstice Sun barely sets and the music plays on til dawn. Details

 June 23 – 25, 2017

Driftpile, near Joussard,

 $10 – $180

Edmonton International Jazz Festival

The Edmonton International Jazz Festival (EIJF) honors the community’s decades-long jazz tradition, uniting everything from funk, Afro-Cuban, bebop, contemporary, swing, R&B, standards and more under one musical umbrella. The Festival includes shows for hard-core jazz aficionados and newcomers alike with intimate club shows, cabaret-style performances, free outdoor concerts and international touring acts. Details

June 23 – July 2, 2017.

Various Venues,  Edmonton

Free & ticketed events

Calgary Stampede – Calgary




The greatest outdoor show on Earth is also a concert extravaganza. Iconic chart-toppers rocks the Scotiabank Saddledome stage during Virgin Mobile Stampede Concert Series. The Coca-Cola Stage brings you 10 straight days of performances by North America’s hottest young artists, while listen to country music at Nashville North. Details

Virgin Mobile Stampede Concert Series: Johnny Reid, Alabama, Usher & The Roots

July 7 – 16, 2017

 Calgary Stampede Grounds.

Park Admission ~ $18. Extra for Virgin Mobile Stampede Concert Series

Seven Music Fest – St Albert

The full day event hosts musical acts on the main stage and feature a variety of vendors including food, artists, and merchants.

2017: The Strumbellas! Juno nominated for Single of the Year – “Spirits”, Group of the Year and the JUNO Fan Choice Award, the Strumbellas will headline Seven Music Fest.  Joining the Strumbellas are The Rural Alberta Advantage plus Frazey Ford, The Elwins, The Royal Foundry, The Provincial Archive, Sykamore and Paul Woida.   Details

 July 8, 2017

Seven Hills, Mission Park, St. Albert

$19.00 to $99.00

Pembina River Nights – Mayerthorpe

A music festival on the Pembina River in Central Alberta. Headliner: LeE HARVeY OsMOND  Details

July 7 & 8, 2017

Rangeton Park, Mayerthorpe

$75.00 to $150, Under 14 free

C’mon Festival – Edmonton

Chamber music festival. Details

July 14 to 16, 2017
~ Mid July

Studio 96, 10909 96 Street, Edmonton

PWYC

PeaceFest -Peace River

2017 Line up: Dylan Gillet, Dan Davidson, Jojo Mason, Aaron Pritchett, Newcastle Kings, C.Alice, One Bad Son, Big Sugar. Details

 July 7, 8, 2017

Peace River

$75 per night

Astral Harvest – Driftpile

Enjoy the sounds of talented musicians and producers from all over the world showcased on enticing stages that are sure to provide the ultimate visual and auditory experience. Daytime, Night-time, Chill, and Acoustic; There is a little something for everyone. Details

 July 14 – 17, 2017

Driftpile, near Joussard – North Country Fair festival grounds Lesser Slave Lake North Country

$30 – Full Weekend Pass: $269.00

Wild Mountain Music Festival – Hinton

Wild Mountain has built its reputation from the stage out. We run a two stage format, so the music never stops. With a twist of your lawn chair, its easy to follow both stages. From Colin James to the break through with the Sheepdogs, then Sam Roberts and a packed field in 2014 for Blue Rodeo, one of Canada’s preeminent bands, Wild Mountain brings a unique mix of music and art to the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Details

July 14 to 16, 2017, Third weekend of July

Entrance Ranch near Hinton, Alberta

$60.00 to $175, Under 14 free

K-Days – Edmonton

Major summer festival of Edmonton with international artists performing at two stages.

Concerts:

July 21: 7:30 p.m. – Jojo Mason     9:30 p.m. – Uncle Kracker

July 22: 7:30 p.m. – Tebey     9:30 p.m. – Cold Creek County

July 23: 7:30 p.m. – Dan Davidson    9:30 p.m. – Corb Lund

July 24: 7:30 p.m. – Repartee     9:30 p.m. – Alan Doyle & the Beautiful Gypsies

July 25: 7:30 p.m. – Pop Evil     9:30 p.m. – The Glorious Sons

July 26: 7:30 p.m. – The Spoons    9:30 p.m. – April Wine

July 27: 7:30 p.m. – The Zolas    9:30 p.m. – July Talk

July 28: 7:30 p.m. – Rae Spoon    8:15 p.m. – Crystal Waters
9:00 p.m. – CeCe Peniston    9:45 p.m. – Betty Who

July 29: 7:30 p.m. – Scenic Route to Alaska    9:30 p.m. – Sam Roberts Band

July 30: 7:30 p.m. – Alx Veliz    9:30 p.m. – Alessia Cara

Details

July 21 – July 30, 2017
~ Last two weeks in July

Northlands, 7515 – 118 Avenue, Edmonton

Advance 10 day pass – $45.

Gate Admission: Advance (before July 20): 15
All day Ride Pass: $47+gate admission.

 Interstellar Rodeo- Edmonton

A destination for music fans looking for one of a kind live music experiences – brings distinguished, daring and dauntless talents to the stage. Interstellar Rodeo has made its mark presenting an innovative mix of performers across genres, with a core emphasis on those making waves in the roots and Americana world. Details

2017 Line up: Broken Social Scene * Aloe Blacc * Serena Ryder
Suzanne Vega * John K. Samson & The Winter Wheat
Basia Bulat * Dan Mangan * Jd Mcpherson
The Suffers * Cold Specks * Amelia Curran
Parker Millsap * Whitney Rose * Begonia * Leonard Sumner

July 21 – 23, 2017
~ Late July

Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park, Edmonton

Weekend Pass: $125 – $225
Single tickets: $75.00 – $99

Sasquatch Gathering – Mayerthorpe

The Sasquatch Gathering and Music Festival is a non-profit recreational and artistic event presented by the Sasquatch Community Arts Society, a registered Alberta not-for-profit association.

2017 Line up: Kitty & the Rooster, This Way North, The OM Sound, Punch Drunk Cabaret, Marina & the Specks, Skye Wallace Band, No Mothers, Kimberley MacGregor Band, Buckman Coe, Boogie Patrol, Raven She Hollers, Billie Zizi Trio, Twin Peaks, Nadine Kellman & the Black Wonders Details

July 28 to 30, 2017

Rangeton Park, Mayerthorpe

$70.00 and up, Children 12 and under attend free when accompanied by an adult.

Lethbridge Music Festival

Enjoy some of classic rocks greats.  Details

2017 TBA, 2016: July 23, 2016

Spitz Stadium, Lethbridge

TBA

Calgary Folk Music Festival

An annual sound salvation that programs 76 icons and upstarts from 16 countries on 8 stages in concerts and magical collaborative sessions. It’s a genre-defying, continent-linking festival where fiercely independent, creative troubadours and master instrumentalists from Mauritania, Korea, New Zealand, Australia, the UK, Ethiopia, the US and Canada celebrate diverse traditions, deep roots and cool grooves. Details

July 27 – 30, 2017

Prince’s Island Park, Calgary

General: $25 & up.
Festival Pass: $120.00 – $180.00

Terminus Festival – Calgary

Western Canada’s only multi-day industrial/ebm/dark electro festival featuring bands from all over the world. Details

July 27 – 30, 2017

 Dickens, 1000 9th Ave. SW, Calgary

Individual: $70, Pass: $180

Calgary International Blues Festival

Featuring a full week of blues that culminate in 4 days & nights of non-stop music at Shaw Millienium Park followed by the nightly Twilight Blues dance parties, this family friendly event is renowned for its great music, relaxed atmosphere and warm hospitality! Details

July 31 – August 6, 2017

 Shaw Millenium Park, Calgary

Early Bird – $119+ tax, single day pass: $50

Chasing Summer – Calgary

Western Canada’s largest electronic music festival. Details 

 Saturday August 5 – Sunday, August 6, 2017 | 01:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Max Bell Centre Festival Grounds
1001 Barlow Trail Southeast, Calgary

$129.95 & up

Loud As Hell Heavy Metal Festival – Drumheller

This annual event in Drumheller is celebrating it’s 6th year of hosting a weekend full of heavy metal in the Canadian Badlands. Details

August 4 – 6, 2017

Dinosaur Downs stampede grounds, Drumheller

Weekend Pass: $99.00

Canmore Folk Music Festival




The Canmore Folk Music Festival is the longest running folk music festival in Alberta and one of its finest.
Adhering to a philosophy and legacy of folk, world, blues and roots music, the festival since 1978 has attracted up to 21,000 music fans annually from across southern Alberta, western Canada, the northwestern USA and indeed the world. Details

August 5 – 7, 2017

Centennial Park, Canmore

 Pass: $35 – $130

Blueberry Bluegrass Country Music Festival – Stony Plain

Canada’s largest bluegrass festival. The Blueberry Bluegrass and Country Music Festival features some of the top performers in bluegrass music as well as talented up-and-coming musicians. The three-day music festival is jam-packed with activities for the whole family, including on-stage live music, workshops, a “slow-pitch jam,” food concessions and craft tables, the Kids’ Corner, and a festival souvenir table.  Details

August 4 – 7, 2017
~ Last weekend of July/1st Weekend of August

Stony Plain Exhibition Park, 4202 – 50 Street, Stony Plain

 Single Day: $40 to $55.00, Early Bird Pass: $110

Big Valley Jamboree – Camrose

Canada’s largest bluegrass festival. The Blueberry Bluegrass and Country Music Festival features some of the top performers in bluegrass music as well as talented up-and-coming musicians.

 Details

August 3 – 6, 2017
~ Last weekend of July/1st weekend of August

Camrose Regional Exhibition, Exhibition Drive, Camrose

$60 – $340

One Love Music Festival – Calgary

Hip hop music festival.

2017 Line up: Ms. Lauryn Hill • Migos • Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals • RZA as Bobby Digital • Wale • Lecrae • Blackbear • Seven • Chedda Cheese. Details

August 4, 2017 | 01:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Max Bell Centre Festival Grounds, Calgary

Early Bird: $79.95; General Admission: $99.95 & up

Edmonton Folk Music Festival

One of the best Folk Music Festivals in Canada.

 Details

August 10 – 13, 2017
~Early August

Gallagher Park (97 Ave and 94 St), Edmonton

 $22 to $219
Tickets on Sale June 4th.

Southern Alberta Music Festival – Mossleigh

Kick back and relax while you listen to a variety of country, blues, folk and good old fashioned rock n’ roll.  Details

August 11 – 12, 2017

 Aspen Crossing, ​Mossleigh

Early Bird- $60 to $95.

Calgary ReggaeFest

Experience why this Calgary family event has become the premier summer Reggae Festival in all of Canada. Chill out with a brew in the Village, hang with the kids in the Zone, savor the flavours of island spices and see what souvenir you’d like to take home. Details

August 17 – 19, 2017

Shaw Millennium Park, Calgary

$25 & up.

Edmonton Rock Music Festival

 Annual Edmonton Rock Music Festival Details

August 18 – 19, 2017
~ Mid August

Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park, Edmonton

 Weekend Pass: $130
Day Pass: $60.00 – $75.00

Spaghetti Western Festival – Calgary

Alt-country music festival, celebrating new directions in Country and Western music. Details

2017 – TBA
Saturday, August 20, 2016 | 12:00 PM – 09:00 PM

Olympic Plaza, Calgary

Free

Country Thunder Music Festival – Calgary




Enjoy you three days filled with epic country music!

Featured artists include: Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Thomas Rhett
Thomas Rhett, Randy Houser, Dallas Smith, Old Dominion, Chase Bryant, James Barker Band, Joe Nichols, The Road Hammers, The Washboard Union
Joe Nichols, The Dungarees, Ryan Hurd, Terri Clark, High Valley

Details

August 18 – 20, 2017

Prarie Winds Park, 223 Castleridge Blvd NE, Calgary

$99, Pass: $179 – $600

Stony Plain Cowboy Music & Poetry Festival

Gain a new appreciation of the west’s rich and incredible cowboy heritage and celebrate the cowboy scene through music, cowboy poetry and the visual arts & crafts. With extraordinary entertainers, you’ll have the time of your life!   Details

August 18 – 20, 2017

Heritage Park, 5100 41 Avenue, Stony Plain

$15.00 – $45.00

Bear Creek Folk Festival – Grand Prairie

The fest features 4 stages with over 30 provincial, national, and international touring artists performing from a wide range of genres, including country, Celtic, blues, gospel, Americana, bluegrass, world music, contemporary and traditional folk, rock , and many things in between. With its diverse and high-calibre lineup, there is something for everyone to enjoy!  Details

August 18 – 20, 2017

Borstad Hill, Muskoseepi Park, Grand Prairie

Early Bird- Weekend Pass: Adult $129.00, Youth (12-17)/Senior (65-79) $100.00

Come by the Hills – Wainwright

The festival features an ecclectic music line up in a beautiful setting.

2017 Lineup: Barney Bentall and the Legendary Hearts, Aaron Goodvin, Steve Strongman, The Dungarees, Sweet Alibi, Rooster Davis Group, Caleb Hart, The AwesomeHots, The Raven & The Fox, Ken Stead, Nancy Laberge, Shady Mavis Trio. Details

August 18 – 19, 2017

Mistahaya Retreat Centre, Wainwright

 2017 – $35 to $70

Edmonton Blues Festival

The 19th annual Edmonton Blues Festival continues to bring you the best in blues. Grammy winners, Juno winners, Maple Blues Award Winners, Blues Music Award winners, IBC winners, the best up and coming acts in the blues and bona fide legends all make their way to Edmonton each summer to create “Blues Heaven” in the sonically superior and party friendly Heritage Amphitheatre. Details

2017 Line up:  Debra Power, Albert Cummings, Victor Wainwright and the Wildroots, 3 generations of blues with  Billy Boy Arnold & Henry Gray; Bob Corritore & Billy Flynn; Big Jon Atkinson,  Charlie Jacobson, The Perpetrators,  EG Kight Kenny “Blues Boss” Wayne with Sherman Doucette and Charlie
Jacobson, The 24th Street Wailers, James Harman’s Bamboo Porch Revue, Jenie Thai, Boogie Patrol, Nathan and the Rhythm Scratchers, Colin Linden Trio, Anthony Geraci’s Boston Blues All Stars featuring Toni Lynn Washington, Michelle “Evil Gal” Willson  with Mike Ledbetter and Monster Mike Welch, The Fabulous Thunderbirds featuring Kim Wilson.

August 25-27, 2017
~ Late August

Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park, Edmonton

 $61.48 – $143.49

Symphony Under the Sky – Edmonton

Join us under the stars for four irresistible nights of music ranging from classical gems to Hollywood hits, by Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. Details

~ August 31 to September 3, 2017

Heritage Amphitheatre, Hawrelak Park, Edmonton

 2017 : $25 to $35

VEGGfest Music & Culture Festival – Vegreville

A little bit country, a little bit rock ‘n roll; VEGGFEST Music & Culture Festival brings the party to the pysanka!

2017 Line up:  Randy Bachman, The Northern Pikes, The Unlisted, John Michael Montgomery
Aaron Pritchett, Trinity Bradshaw, Off Ramp Boys Details

August 25 & 26, 2017

Vegreville Agricultural Grounds, 4753 45 Ave., Vegreville

  $19.00 (child – Day) to $99.00(pass)

Honens Festival & Piano Competition – Calgary

Experience the festival that discover and launch the careers of the world’s most promising pianists. Enjoy listening to Complete Pianists—21st century artists for 21st century audiences and other renowned musicians throughout the festival. Details

September 7 – 10 2017

Jack Singer Concert Hall at Arts Commons, 205 8th Avenue SE, Calgary

$10 – $55; Festival Pass:$119 (early bird) + Free events

Jasper Music Folk Festival – Jasper National Park

Roots, rhythm, folk and blues music. Details

September 8 – 10 2017

500 Bonhomme St, Jasper

 2017: TBA

Calgary Metalfest – Calgary

Metal music festival Details

2017 Cancelled.

Various venues, Calgary

Free and ticketed events

Alberta Music Festivals in Fall (~September 22 to December 21)

Up + Downtown Music Festival – Edmonton

16+ venues in downtown Edmonton will collaborate to host 60+ performers that celebrate independent music and arts.  Details

October 6-8, 2017

Various venues, Edmonton

2016: Pass: $90 – $110

Wide Cut Weekend – Calgary

Roots music festival Details

October 12-14, 2017

 Various Venues, Calgary

2017: $35.00 & up

 Black Mourning Light Metal Festival – Edmonton




Black Mourning Light is a celebration of black metal, doom, and dark death metal. Details

October 13 to 14, 2017

The Starlite Room
10030 102 Street Northwest, Edmonton

$45.00 – $75.00

Calgary New Music Festival

Orchestra, chamber music, opera, electronic music, interdisciplinary performance… the diversity of today’s new music presented by a variety of Calgary musicians and ensembles at a variety of performance venues. Details

November 2017

Various Venues, Calgary

2017: TBA

Festival of Canadian Jazz – Edmonton

Annual Yardbird festival of Canadian Jazz.  Details

2017: TBA, November 4 – 12, 2016

 Yardbird Suite, 11 Tommy Banks Way, Edmonton

2017: TBA, 2016: $22 – $89

Alberta Music Festivals in Winter (~ December 22 to March 20)

Tongue On The Post Festival – Medicine Hat

Winter folk music festival! Details

~ January

Medalta Potteries, 763 Medalta Ave SE, Medicine Hat and other venues.

2018 TBA

Block Heater – Calgary

The Calgary Folk Music Festival presents the Block Heater, a winter music extravaganza. Details

~ Mid February

Various Venues, Inglewood – Calgary

2017 price: $15 – $80 (wristband)

Winter Roots Roundup Festival – Edmonton

The festival focuses on knitting together the best of folk, roots and blues music through film, workshops and live performances. Details

~ Early February

Garneau and University area, Edmonton

2017 price: $20 – $30

Mid Winter Blues Fest – Calgary

By Calgary Blues Music Association. Details

~ End of February/Early March

Various Venues, Inglewood – Calgary

2017 price: $15 – $80 (wristband)

 Uptown Folk Club Winterfest – Edmonton

A two day Music Festival featuring local and North America’s best Folk & Roots Performers. Details

~ Mid of February, around family day weekend.

Uptown Folk Club 7308-76 Ave NW Edmonton

2017 price: $20 – $30

Now Hear This – Edmonton

New Music Edmonton’s annual festival. Spanning three days with dozens of performances, Now Hear This showcases an incredible roster of local, national and international musicians, composers, dancers, visual and sound artists, and much more, alongside free lectures, panel talks and open participation events. Details

~ March 14 – 20, 2017

Holy Trinity Anglican Church, 10037 84th Ave, Edmonton and other venues

2017 price: $0 – $125

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