Thousands of Edmontonians will enjoy a variety of events at the Edmonton Expo Centre for Edmonton’s Indigenous Peoples Festival on Saturday, June 13!
Experience a variety of Indigenous activities and displays by community partners from all across the Edmonton region. There will be live entertainment, an artisan marketplace and delicious offerings by Indigenous Food Trucks.
A full schedule of events will be posted when available. Follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on EIPF 2020!
Frequently Asked Questions
What does it cost? Do I need tickets?
This is a FREE festival, no tickets required – just show up!
What is the schedule?
A full event schedule to be added soon!
Is there food available?
Yes, local food trucks will be set up on-site. Other food options are available inside the Commonwealth Community Recreation Centre.
Are there things to buy?
Yes, our artisan marketplace will feature local Indigenous artisans selling their products.
Is it family-friendly?
Yes, this is an alcohol-free, family-friendly festival. There will be a variety of activities to be enjoyed by all ages. Security will be on-site at all times. Bags, wagons and strollers may be checked.
Is it accessible to wheelchairs, strollers, wagons and people with mobility challenges?
All areas, including entrances and restrooms, of the Clarke Stadium are accessible for guests with mobility challenges or with child strollers/wagons. However, the grounds are composed of turf and grass. Accessible parking is also available for persons with disabilities.
Is there a reserved area for Elders?
An on-site tent with folding chair seating will shelter Elders near the main stage of Clarke Stadium. Volunteers will be available to provide assistance to Elders, as needed.