How will you spend your weekend? Here’s what’s on in Edmonton!
CREATE | Indigenous Arts Market | July 29–30
Get ready to celebrate Indigenous creators this weekend at the Art Gallery of Alberta! Featuring the I.A.M. Collective, this event will showcase tons of Indigenous artists and is the perfect opportunity to purchase authentic and local Indigenous art. This market will take place in the entrance area of the AGA and is free to access! But make sure to check out the current AGA exhibits after browsing the market.
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market Block Party | July 28–29
Take it back to 1983 with the Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market this weekend! This landmark market is celebrating their 40th anniversary with a special two-day block party featuring a licensed night market, live entertainment, and tons of local vendors.
Taste of Edmonton | Til July 30
This weekend is your last chance to catch every foodie’s favourite festival in Churchill Square. On top of supporting local restaurants, your visit to Taste of Edmonton will include live entertainment from local and national artists on the McLennan Ross Stage. Read more about this year’s festival here.
Al Fresco on 4th | July 29
Edmonton’s hottest street party is back and better than ever! Check out 104 street to enjoy live music, art classes, dog-friendly patios, and more! Plus, local vendors will be on-site offering fresh produce, coffee, and more.
K-Days | Til July 30
Fill your weekend with excitement with a visit to K-Days! This legendary exhibition begins this weekend at the Edmonton EXPO Centre and Exhibition Grounds. Experience the thrills of carnival rides or catch a live show from a massive schedule of performers. Plus, there’s tons of shopping, entertainment, and cultural experiences to explore within the Explorium (Edmonton EXPO Centre). Don’t miss The Indigenous Experience (Hall E), which returns for another year to honour and showcase the rich history of Indigenous Peoples.
Edmonton Corn Maze | ongoing
The Edmonton Corn Maze is officially open for the season! This year’s maze pays tribute to the RCMP as they mark their 150th year anniversary.