Come and celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Edmonton’s river valley!
On June 21, 2018, Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival takes over Victoria Park in Edmonton’s River Valley. First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples and cultures will be celebrated through interactive experiences, cultural demonstrations, artisans, cuisine and live concerts.
NO PUBLIC PARKING OR DROP-OFF is available at Victoria Park, but free and convenient Park and Ride services are available from Re/Max (formerly Telus) Field and a free festival shuttle is available from Coliseum Transit Centre, connecting to the LRT and ETS buses, during festival hours.
Explore our website to learn more and see you on the 21st!
Please note: Activities will be operating at Victoria Park from June 20 to 22, however, the public festival is on June 21, and June 20 and 22 are education days only, in partnership with the Edmonton Catholic School District and Edmonton Public School Board.
Thousands of Edmontonians will descend on Victoria Park for Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival on June 21 from 11:00 am to 8:00 pm!
Tickets: Not Required
In addition to attending, there are lots of ways to be involved in Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival 2018!
Victoria Park is located in Edmonton’s river valley at 12030 River Valley Road.
NO PUBLIC PARKING OR DROP-OFF is available at Victoria Park, and this will be strictly enforced.
This free event is a collaborative effort of a planning committee of the Canadian Native Friendship Centre, Edmonton Catholic School District and Elders Council, Edmonton Public School Board and Homeward Trust with support from the City of Edmonton.