The festival options just keep coming, but this is one you won’t want to miss. Edmonton is once more going to be treated to the annual Heritage Festival at the end of July, and there’s a lot to look forward to. Need a quick rundown? Friend, that’s exactly why we’re here!

In general, the Heritage Festival is a celebration of Canada’s multiculturalism. And luckily, that comes with a whole lot of options for you to enjoy. For three days straight, you can enjoy the sounds, sights, and most importantly, tastes of 60 different countries at 50 outdoor pavilions.

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While the full lineup hasn’t been revealed yet, past years have featured representation of everywhere from Australia to Nicaragua to Azerbaijan. One thing’s for sure here- the only thing harder than picking what to eat is saving room for it all!

But that’s not all… Running alongside the festival is World Music Week! For this part of the experience, you can head over to the Heritage Amphitheatre for some amazing performances. There, you’ll be treated to everything from local singers and songwriters to Grammy-award winning artists, depending on what your preference is.

And of course, all this goes down in Hawrelak Park, making it the perfect family-friendly option this summer! For more information, just click the link below.

Heritage Festival & World Music Week

When: July 28th to August 1st
Where: Hawrelak Park
Cost: Free+