What's on in Edmonton
Nov 14, 2019
Let it glow on November 16, 2019.
Step into your personal snow globe at the Edmonton Convention Centre, November 29 - December 2.
Stroll through the candle-lit pathways of the snow-covered Kurimoto Japanese Garden, December 7-9.
Celebrate the "Olde New Year" with authentic cultural and heritage winter games and fun on January 11-12.
Have an "ice" weekend or two: January 23-26 & January 30-February 2
Discover The Flying Canoe, a combination of a French-Canadian and First-Nations legends, from January 30- February 1.
Celebrate culture, recreation and sport from February 7-17, 2020.
Experience herstory in the arts from March 5-15, 2020.
A celebration of poetry in all its forms. April 22-28!
Take in canada’s longest running documentary film festival from May 2-12, 2019!
Party like a real cowboy or cowgirl at the Rainmaker Rodeo, May 24-26!
Northern Alberta's largest children's festival takes over downtown St. Albert, May 28-June 2.
Join Edmonton's emerging artists and watch as hundreds of young performers take the stage at Nextfest!
Sample hundreds of premium beers, both domestic and international!
10 days of comedy with some of the best improvisers in the world, June 12-22.
Grab a blanket and get thee to the Heritage Amphitheatre in Hawrelak Park from June 16 to July 12, 2020.
Hit the right note with the full gamut of jazz sounds on the menu, June 21-30.
For 13 days, from June 20 to July 2, Edmonton transforms into a massive celebration of art and design.
More than your average sand castles and there’s no risk of getting washed away by the tide. Check them out June 28-July 7!
From July 5-7 check out this outdoor gallery spanning several blocks and pick up a uniquely Edmonton piece of art.
Hit the streets. July 5-14, 2019.
Nibble and sip your way through the entire city at the ultimate dine-around, July 16-26, 2020.
Don’t miss the thrill and excitement of K-Days, full of rides, games, and the most fun imaginable.
Musical mavericks, dancing and food under open skies are all part of the funky three-day summer festival, running July 26-28, 2019.
The world's largest outdoor celebration of multiculturalism hits the city August 1-3, 2020.
A dizzying four days of music, great food in a stellar setting from August 8-11.
Three party-filled days of Caribbean culture hit the streets of downtown, August 9-11.
North America’s biggest and oldest Fringe Festival runs August 13-23.
Run, Bike or Swim to ITU World Triathlon, July 20-21, 2019