We’re into the third week of June, Edmonton, and this week we welcome the first day of summer! No better time to get out and celebrate our region and all it has to offer. Here are 10 things to do in and around Edmonton this week!

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Edmonton Oilers Road Game Watch Party

Alright, the Oilers had a big win and we’re on to game 5! On Tuesday, the Edmonton Oilers are in Florida to face the Panthers, and you can catch the game at the Watch Party, or Fan Park. Tickets are still available for the Road Game Watch Party!

When: Tuesday, June 18th, 2024
Where: Rogers Place
Cost: $20

2024 Summer Solstice Music Festival

Join the Edmonton Chamber Music Society for their Summer Solstice Music Festival this week! Experience live music and welcome the summer season!

When: Wednesday, June 19th until Sunday, June 23rd, 2024
Where: Trinity Lutheran Church, 10014 81 Avenue NW
Cost: $49– $90

Alberta Circus Arts Festival

Come one, come all! This week, Alberta Circus Arts Festival is taking place. For four days, you can watch Canadian contemporary circus performances, along with free activities for everyone.

When: Thursday, June 20th until Sunday, June 23rd, 2024
Where: 8540 Roper Road
Cost: $26.89-$52.87

Sponsored pick: Where Dark Things Dwell

Experience Where Dark Things Dwell, Edmonton’s largest outdoor immersive escape room! As you and your fellow travellers find yourself trapped by an ancient curse, together you must explore the village, learn the secrets of occult tools and writings, and uncover the only relic powerful enough to lift the ancient curse. Only the bravest will see the dawn. Can you lift the ancient curse?

When: May 31 until September 7, Wednesday to Sunday
Where: Fort Edmonton Park
Cost: $35/person

Edmonton Stingers vs. Ottawa BlackJacks

The Edmonton Stingers Professional Basketball Club are looking to capture their third CEBL Championship this season. They’re in town this week facing the Ottawa BlackJacks.

When: Thursday, June 20th, 2024
Where: Edmonton EXPO Centre Arena, 7515 118 Ave NW
Cost: $20+

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg announced his Cali to Canada Tour in April, and it’s almost time to check it out in Edmonton. The West Coast icon will be joined by fellow G-funk pioneers Warren G and DJ Quik, along with New York DJ and producer DJ Green Lantern. If you’re looking for last minute tickets, there are plenty of seats to choose from.

When: Thursday, June 20th, 2024
Where:  Rogers Place
Cost $74.55+

Night Market

The fourth annual Night Market at the River Cree, presented by Enoch Cree Nation will showcase First Nation & local artisans, vendors, food trucks, and more. It is also Canada’s Largest Outdoor Indigenous Market!

When: Thursday, June 20th to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024
Where:  River Cree Resort and Casino, 300 East Lapotac Boulevard, Enoch
Cost Free admission


The 7th annual YEGPIN Pinball and Arcade Expo kicks off on Thursday, and will take over for four full days at Millennium Place. There will be over 250 pinball machines, 50 classic video games, and other game room goodies.

When: Thursday, June 20th to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024
Where: 2000 Premier Way, Sherwood Park, AB.
Cost: $22.50+

National Indigenous Peoples Day 2024

On National Indigenous Peoples Day, head to the AGA to celebrate the rich cultural heritage, resilience, and contributions of Indigenous peoples to our community and beyond. The AGA is offering free admission for this event.

When: Friday, June 21st, 2024
Where:  2 Sir Winston Churchill Square
Cost Free

National Indigenous Peoples Day

At the RAM, National Indigenous Peoples Day will be honoured and celebrated starting Friday, June 21st through to Sunday, June 23rd. There will be special programming centering Indigenous voices and experiences. Admission is always free for Indigenous Peoples.

When: Friday, June 21st, to Sunday, June 23rd, 2024
Where:  9810 103a Avenue NW
Cost Free-$21

The Beaumont Music Festival

Canada’s longest running 100% all-Canadian music festival is back, and whether you’re a fan of indie, rock, pop, or folk, there’s something for everyone! The Beaches and Headstones headline this year.

When: Friday, June 21st, and Saturday, June 22ne
Where:  Four Seasons Park, Beaumont
Cost $119.99+