Important Information for June 4th Ticket Sales Day – In Person Sales
Please carpool if possible. Parking is limited at Telus Field and in the neighbourhood, and carpooling will alleviate some of the congestion.
Ticket sales may run as late as 2 or 3pm for the final lottery groups. Be prepared to get comfy in your seat, bring a game or a book to help pass the time.
If your lottery group is not drawn, DO NOT leave immediately. There is an informal exchange of lottery forms in the stands so there is a possibility you will receive a winning lottery form.
Once we draw all the winning lottery groups, we will call one group at a time to line up. Relax in your seats until your group is called.
Four-day passes are guaranteed for everyone in the winning lottery groups. Sales limit per order: Maximum of 6 Adult Four-day passes (Personal and/or Transferable passes).
Single day tickets are limited and may sell out before the final groups are called to purchase tickets.
Other Telus Field Information
There will be a concession at Telus Field with light food available. Feel free to bring your own snacks, water, or non-alcoholic beverages. We ask that you keep the stands clean and please dispose of any trash.
ATMs will be onsite as well, but it is best to bring cash ahead of time.
Be prepared for the weather, this is an outside event. Pack sunscreen, a hat, a jacket, and whatever you need to be comfortable outside. In case of rain or extreme weather, we will move inside to the Telus Field mezzanine.
Online and off-site sales – Tickets will be available online through Ticketmaster, as well as at Ticketmaster outlets starting at 3pm.
For more information, see the website: https://edmontonfolkfest.org/ticket-info
Our full line up of 2016 performers will be announced on Wednesday June 1st. Keep an eye on our social media and website for full information, starting at 11:00 a.m.
The Needle Vinyl Tavern presents Fly Home Album Release
Mohsin Zaman CD Release – May 26th, 2016
with Lucette and Braden Gates
From the bustling streets of Dubai to the wintry turf of Edmonton, Mohsin Zaman is old hand at being a newcomer. With a voice haunted by heartbreak, curiosity and ever-bearing hope, he sings, writes, and performs with a wealth of skill and spirit far beyond his years. His album Waking Up charts his ambitious journey from the Middle East to Canada. In just a year, he has left his mark on the scene.