Celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day in Edmonton!

On June 13, 2020, Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival will fill Clarke Stadium!

First Nation, Métis and Inuit peoples and cultures will be celebrated through interactive experiences, cultural demonstrations, artisans, cuisine and live concerts.

EASILY ACCESSIBLE through Public Transit and parking on-site.  The event is conveniently accessible via LRT & Bus options to the Stadium LRT & Transit Centre, located across Stadium Road from Clarke Stadium.  FREE parking is available in the main Stadium/Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre parking lots.  

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Please note: Activities will be operating on June 12 for an Education Day private event, in partnership with the Edmonton Catholic School District and Edmonton Public School Board.

Details

Come on out to enjoy a variety of family-friendly activities and entertainment at Clarke Stadium for Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival on June 13!

Cost: FREE!
Tickets: Not Required

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Get Involved!

In addition to attending, there are lots of ways to be involved in Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival 2020!

Volunteer
Community Partner
Artisan

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Location

Clarke Stadium is located at 11000 Stadium Road.

Convenient options are available for parking on-site or travel via Edmonton Transit LRT and buses.

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Background

This free event is a collaborative effort of a planning committee of the Canadian Native Friendship Centre, Edmonton Catholic School District, Edmonton Public School Board and Homeward Trust with support from the City of Edmonton.

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