The Edmonton Folk Music Festival respectfully acknowledges that the land on which we gather is situated on Treaty Six Territory. For thousands of years, the Edmonton river valley has been a Pehonan, a traditional meeting and gathering place for Indigenous Peoples. We honour and respect the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis, Inuit and Non-Status Aboriginal Peoples whose presence and culture enrich our vibrant community. We are all beneficiaries of this longtime Indigenous philosophy of peaceful cohabitation, between the earth, the animals, and all humans. We all have a responsibility to one another and this land.
Please stay safe and follow Alberta Health Guidelines for gatherings if you’re getting together with friends for The Hill at Home. Current guidelines can be found here
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We hope you enjoyed Brandi Carlile and Hozier's concerts. Our YouTube channel is filled with great content, including highlights from past festivals that you can enjoy anytime.
Four Strong Winds Finale
The Edmonton Folk Music Festival would like to send a big thank you to Jim Cuddy for generosity, talent and Folk Fest spirit. Visit Jim Cuddy's website www.jimcuddy.com
We would also like to thank everyone who took the time to contribute video submissions, joining us in spirit and song, helping to keep the tradition alive. E
very year at festival time, we wrap up an incredible 4 days of music and community by singing Ian Tyson's Four Strong Winds together on the hill at Gallagher Park, filled with memories to carry us through to the next festival.