Attend, sell crafts or food, become a sponsor or donate to the cause....
There are numerous ways to get involved with our festival - you can simply attend and enjoy the music, or you can take a more active role by volunteering, by becoming a vendor and selling crafts or food. Another way to feel involved and ensure the continued success of our festival is to become a festival sponsor or support the festival with a donation to our endowment fund.
Folks who love great roots (folk, Celtic, bluegrass, blues, gospel, singer-songwriter etc.) music come from everywhere to attend the Edmonton Folk Music Festival. It is the largest folk music festival in North America and is rated by performers and music writers as among the top three festivals of its kind in the world!
Tickets go on sale each year on the first Saturday in June. Information about how to get tickets will be here. There are only 10,000 4-day passes available plus 1000 tickets each day. Four-day passes often sell out, so if you want to attend, plan on buying your passes and tickets on ticket sales day to avoid disappointment.
Have basic questions about how to prepare to attend the Edmonton Folk Festival? Visit our FAQ.
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If you are interested in being a corporate sponsor of our event, please contact email@example.com for more information.
In addition, The Edmonton Folk Music Festival is a registered Charity (Tax ID 128941226RR0001). Any contributions to our operation are gratefully accepted. You can send them in by mail, or drop off a donation at our Information Tent during the festival. The festival appreciates any support, but we are only able to issue Charitable Tax Receipts for amounts of $50 or more. Please make sure we have your address so we can send our thanks. For additional information, you can contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: No administrative or fundraising costs will be removed from any donations.
General donations also accepted through Canada Helps