Ready to head out to the Edmonton Heritage Festival this weekend? Be sure to get tickets in advance, and keep in mind there will be some changes due to COVID-19.
The festival is back in Hawrelak Park from July 31 to August 2.
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It celebrates Edmonton’s vast and vibrant communities, displaying each community’s culture through their history, song, food and dance.
The festival will be a little different this time around than in previous years, requiring reserved timed entry onto the grounds due to capacity limits. You can snag your free tickets here.
Visitors without a timed-entry pass will not be allowed in, but those with a pass can stay on the grounds as long as they’d like once inside.
Also, to help reduce person-to-person interaction, there will be no food tickets for sale, with food and goods available for purchase directly from the pavilions by credit or debit only.
Time: 9 am to 8 pm
Where: Hawrelak Park, 9330 Groat Road NW, Edmonton
Cost: Free, but capacity is limited. Purchase tickets online