Who else is feeling refreshed after that long weekend? Whether you spent the last three days relaxing at home, or you were out the entire time and hankering for more, here are the best things to do in and around Edmonton this week.

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Sweet Treats & Latte Festival

What is better than treats & lattes during the cold winter months? Good news! The Sweet Treats & Latte Festival is back for another year, with even more delicious desserts and drinks to enjoy. And you can win prizes! It is the final week to check it out.

When:February 10th to 25th, 2024,
Where: Various, full list here
Cost: Free to participate

Rubaroo at Citadel Theatre

Get ready to embark on an intimate, moving, and joyous journey through a musical story of Métis culture. This performance promises a melodic banquet featuring tunes that feature songs of reconciliation, unity, love, frustration, and resilience.

When: On now until March 3rd, 2024
Where: Citadel Theatre, 9828 101 A Avenue
Cost: Starting at $40.25 + tax

Immersive Disney Animation

This winter, the Edmonton EXPO Centre will host the Disney Animation: Immersive Experience and no matter your age, you won’t want to miss it!

Brought to life by Lighthouse Immersive, the upcoming exhibit will make visitors “feel like they’ve entered the incredible worlds of beloved Disney characters,” and will celebrate the studio’s greatest hits like The Lion King and Frozen.

When: Thursday, February 15th to April 28th, 2024
Where: 7515 118 Ave NW
Cost: $37+

Edmonton Oilers

Cheer on the Oilers! They’ve got two home games this week at Rogers Place against the Boston Bruins on Wednesday and Minnesota Wild on Friday. If you’re a die-hard fan, then you won’t want to miss the big the face off against our neighbours, the Calgary Flames, on Saturday, February 24th at 8:00pm sharp.

When: Games on Wednesday, February 21 and Friday, February 23
Where: Rogers Place
Cost: $125+

Creedence Clearwater Remembered: A True Rock And Roll Story

“Creedence Clearwater Remembered: A True Rock And Roll Story” is all about CCR. It’s told through stories, music, and multimedia. Expect a fascinating and tragic tale, and their big hits.

When:  Thursday, February 22nd and Friday, February 23rd, 2024
Where: Festival Place, 100 Festival Way, Sherwood Park
Cost:  $37+


Looking for a full-bodied experience? Edmonton’s Winfest is making its return to the Convention Centre later this month and you’re going to want to sip on this year’s lineup. Guests can sample your way through a selection of red, white, port, sparkling, and dessert wines to find their new favourite drink!

When: Friday, February 23rd and Saturday, February 24th, 2024
Where: Edmonton Convention Centre, 9797 Jasper Ave
Cost: Passes starting at $137.50

Alt After Dark Night Market

Want to do some local shopping? The Alt After Dark Night Market this will will have 35 local alternative vendors, artists and brewers. And it is free to attend.

When: Friday, February 23rd, 2024
Where: 8426 Gateway Blvd
Cost:  Free entry

Kathy Griffin: My Life on the PTSD-List

On Friday, Just For Laughs is bringing Kathy Griffin to Edmonton with her brand-new standup comedy show, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the PTSD-List.

The iconic two-time Emmy and Grammy Award winning comedian, television host, best-selling author and outspoken advocate’s new show “is a celebration of her resilience, humor, and the power of laughter to heal.”

When: Friday, February 23rd, 2024
Where: Winspear Centre
Cost:  $61.40+

5 Artists 1 Love Art Exhibition

Celebrate Black History Month with the 5 Artists 1 Love Art Exhibition at the Art Gallery of Alberta. It’s free to attend, so stop by and explore the pieces from this year’s five artists.

When: From now until March 3
Where: Art Gallery of Alberta
Cost: Free to attend

Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia

Get ready to explore one of the greatest empires of all time at the upcoming international feature exhibition Angkor: The Lost Empire of Cambodia. Friday is opening day and the first 500 people through the doors will get a special souvenir pin to mark the occasion!

When: Opening Friday, February 23rd, 2024
Where: Royal Alberta Museum, 9810 103a Avenue NW
Cost: $21

Have an amazing week!