2019 Concessions

Bob’s Bombay Curry in a Hurry Delicious korma, bhoona, chickpea curry and butter chicken – veg options too! And don’t forget to add samosa and naan. Yum!

 Bowls by Nooch Variety of nutritional bowls made with a gluten free grain mix, filled with delicious fresh ingredients and and topped with nooch! Vegetarian, dairy free and gluten friendly options.

Elote Mexicano

Mexican street corn roasted or grilled and served with a variety of toppings.

Fantasia Italiana (Family Area)

Bueno! Gelato, cappuccino, granita, Caesar salads, pizza, pasta and paninos!  One of the spots for your caffeine fix—try an affogato! Mama mia!

Fat Franks (Beer Garden) A true Edmonton classic — get your dogs and smokies to go with your cold beer in the beer garden.

Filistix (West End) Filistix has eclectic menu items and signature favourites: coconut chicken, beef maranggil, green onions cakes, lentil curry, and their signature slaw.

Hoang Long Casual Fare

Flavours of lemongrass and papaya feature on this Vietnam-inspired menu. Try the skewers or the Banh Mi sandwiches, vermicelli bowls and fove-spiced pork bao. Don’t forget the decadent Vietnamese coffee!

Hong Kong Bakery Popular street foods including green onion cakes, shanghai noodle, sticky rice, satay, steamed boa buns and fresh fruit tea.

Jackie O’s (Top of Hill) Well worth the climb up the hill, Jackie O’s features gourmet mini donuts in in flavours like maple bacon, apple delight and “death by donut.” Hot and cold drinks available as well.

Langano Skies Ethiopian Restaurant Ethiopian food with a spicy kick. Wash it down with a cool mango shake.

Lemon Heaven (West End) Fresh squeezed lemonade with a variety of flavours to make it just right.

Little O’s A festival classic – the Elephant Ear – can be found at Little O’s.  This is also a great spot for breakfast, as they serve up oatmeal, breakfast wraps and toast.

Mediterranean BBQ Fill up on grilled chicken or Merguez sausage pita, grilled veggie pita, dolmades, paella and combo plates.

Native Delights Did somebody say bannock? Burgers, both beef and buffalo on bannock buns.

North Fork Event Catering Come for some grilled cheese strips with gooey cheddar and Monterey jack cheeses and house-made chips. There’s also as a variety of wings, chicken and waffles, soups and salads. Blackberry limeade or Earl Grey iced tea rounds out your meal.

Numchok Wilai Classic Thai dishes like pad thai, green curry—chicken and tofu and combo plates with veggie spring rolls.

Canadian Kettle Corn (Beer Garden) Sweet and salty popcorn to curb any craving.

Padmanadi Vegetarian Restaurant Padmanadi serves up delicious vegan versions of ginger beef, chicken curry, lemon prawns as well as spring rolls and the Indonesian salad, gado gado. An Edmonton favourite that everyone adores!

Perogy Palace Food that would make your Baba proud. Perogies, kubasa, and cabbage rolls plus a crunchy giant kosher dill pickle to top it off.

The Popcorn Place (Top of hill) Your top of the hill headquarters for buttery movie theatre-style popcorn, sno cones and many other carnival treats.

Poutine World (West End) A world of poutine all under one roof! 10 varieties to try, along with taco in a bag, corn dogs and hot dogs.

 Punky Potato The festival spot for all things “pub food”: burgers, fries – plain or with fixins, sweet potato, or classic thick cut — hot dogs, appetizer platters. Then for your sweet tooth, try the deep fried chocolate bars and Oreos.

Royal Ice Cream Treats Scooped ice cream and yogurt and every ice cream novelty you can imagine. Get your brain freeze here in the yummiest way possible.

Rustixx Wood Fired Pizza Did somebody say pizza? A delicious variety of wood fired oven baked pizza. GF and vegan options available too!

Smac N Cheese (West End) It’s the mac and cheese of your dreams – 8 varieties served in a waffle cone.

Smoothie Basics Deliciously blended plant based and organic fruit and veggie smoothies.

South Island Pie Co. Down-under style meat pies with a rich, stewed filling in a flaky puff-pastry crust. Vegetarian option will be available each day.

Taste of Mongolia Ginger beef, lemon chicken, pork dumplings, cow mein and spring rolls, and of course your festival green onion cakes!

2019 Artisan Market

Alexandra Tumanov Jewellery Holosmith Alexandra Tumanov celebrates the elegance of Mother Earth. The intricate detail of a fallen leaf, the texture and complexity of a found twig are transformed. Every piece is a connection to the natural world.

Aruna With over 30 years of experience in mehndi body art designs, Aruna excels at both traditional and the latest elegant and intricate designs to suit your festival mood.

Britt Bidlake Studio Made for those who are inspired by nature and our beautiful country, Britt Bidlake Studio creates bisque-fired, glazed, and glaze-fired ceramic jewelry.

Burlap Sac Designs Handmade jewellery for men and women. Skillfully crafted goods mad with all the beauty, character and charm needed for the journey they will experience with you. Roots in Alberta, vision and inspiration from around the world.

Dahlia Drive Adorn yourself in zero waste clothing, painted and printed by Dahlia Drive. Curtain sheers, linen tablecloths and slips are embellished with beautiful and provocative images.

Earth to Body Natural and organic skincare handmade from scratch. Creams, lotions, balms, oils and soaps. Original recipes using pure, high quality, clean ingredients. Customers understand their labels and love Earth to Body’s passion.

Karen Bishop Artist Karen Bishop is an artist inspired by landscape. Her art is often competed on location, allowing the painting to unfold based on emotions and weather conditions.

Karen Klassen Mosaics Local artist Karen Klassen’s reverence for nature is the force that guides her intuitive process. She creates highly detailed art that showcases the incredible material the earth provides.

Little Rock Jewellry Studio A collection of jewellry that is sculptural and colourful, with clever mechanics and rustic finishes.

Love Making Designs Fun and whimsical artwork created and hand printed on ethically made clothing.

Mackenzie Jones Handmade solid sterling silver, 14k yellow and 14k rose gold fill jewellery inspired by the Canadian wilderness and the Rockies.

Majesty Industries Your favourite vegan bags and accessories made locally in Edmonton. Illustrated and silkscreened by hand.

Marc Simard Marc Simard makes accessories for men and women.. Every cut, stitch and design is handmade with a goal to make pieces that are equal parts functional, sustainable, stylish and durable.

Mumble Tease Perhaps the most colourful and whimsical one-lady silk screen apparel company around. The original artwork and ideas of Calgary-based artist Heather Reinhardt are lovingly hand-printed onto a variety of quality garments.

Old Hat  All hats are made by the one-man hat-making company of Nathan Dueck in Winnipeg MB, using recycled fabrics. Used ice cream pails are salvaged to provide the stiffener in the visors. Made with care and uniquely numbered since hat #0001.

Peace Love Happiness Local artist Jenn MacKay has been creating wearable art since the early 1990s. Jenn hand ties and dyes each item individually, making every piece one of a kind. From socks to bedsheets, Peace Love happiness is sure to brighten your day.

 

 

Pixie Glassworks Edmonton based flameworking studio dedicated to exploring and sharing the magic of glass blowing. Offerings include aromatherapy jewellery, fairy garden ornaments, marbles, pipes and more – come see the magic!

Rimanchik Handmade leather bags, backpacks, watches, wallets, cuff bracelets and belts featuring distinctive modern design and top quality workmanship.

Rubberneckers Lightweight comfortable handmade jewellery made from bicycle inner tubes. Artist Mariann Taubensee makes a large variety of earrings, necklaces, chokers, cuffs, bracelets and rings.

Rubble Road Sandstone starter kits in many fun shapes. Carve your own folk fest souvenir at the Rubble Road booth!

Sage Stone Malas Lovingly crafted in the home studio of Annie Hunting with the intent of serving the user in the creation of a more mindful and energetically aligned existence. Meditation jewellery, crystals and mindfulness tools.

Salgado Fenwick Edmonton made apparel for the whole family. Hand silk screened with artwork inspired by Canadian wildlife. Each print is a limited edition that may come and go with the seasons.

Sashiko Studio Using traditional Japanese patterns, Lynne hand-stitches ancient designs on modern fabrics to create unique textile crafts. Exceptionally intricate.

Simply Bamboo Handcrafted bamboo woodwind instruments including flutes, panpipes, Irish whistles, didgeridoos, and looncalls.

SNOWALLIGATOR Jason Blower’s illustration style is pure whimsy. His is artwork that portrays Edmonton landmarks and much more. Jason approaches his work from a “sunshine and lollipops” point of view, where everything is fun and happy.

TLC Creations Tanya Rushton is a Cree woman from the Driftpile Cree Nation. Tanya creates beaded jewellery, Dreamcatchers, medicine pouches and more.

Tree Picks Tree Picks makes guitar picks out of wood and plants a tree for every pick sold.

Urban Forest Design Studio Urban Forest specializes in beautiful, earthy pottery that integrates traditional techniques with local materials and modern ideas. Using waste wood as fuel for their kiln allows them to create beautiful things while leaving as small an environmental footprint as possible.

Vicki Sather Hats Traditional millinery with a modern twist. Handblocked straw and felt, made-in-Edmonton hats.

Wholly Mama Made with a lot of heart, Wholly Mama offers chemical free, organic aromatic products and treasures to soothe the body, soul, and senses. From our home to yours.

Zococo Natalia Polischuk is a craft based artist, leather worker and jewellery designer. Drawing inspiration from nature, folkloric tradition and textile design, each piece has it's own energy and story.