solar-powered music festival

Festival Information

  2021 DATES

Saturday 10 July noon-11 pm
Sunday 11 JUly noon-6 pm

Gates open Friday 9 July @ 4 pm for campers
Saturday & Sunday @ 10 am

Lineup: TBA


FAQ's

Where is the festival located?
On the banks of the Blindman River , west of Hwy #20 and mid-way between Rimbey and Bentley at 2008 TWP RD 414. Main Gate provides access to day parking area, located .7 km west of Hwy#20 on TWP RD 414. Campers enter .2 km west of Main Gate.

Is camping available?
Weekend passes include free camping in an open field (no hook-ups). Purchasers of weekend passes have their choice of campsite, on a first-come, first served basis.

In order to facilitate necessary on-site transportation, vehicles used to tow campers, RV's etc must be moved to day parking area once campsite is set up.

Campers are requested to "leave no trace". Please dispose of your garbage off-site ( we will, of course, accept donations of beverage containers!) 90% of festival waste is recycled, reused, repurposed or composted.

Are food/ beverages available?
Concession on-site provides basics: burgers, hot dogs,pop, bottled water, chips etc. As generators are not compatible with the philosophy  of the festival, food trucks are not an option.
Beer Gardens open at 11 am Saturday and Sunday,offering a selection of beer, wine and liquor. Please support the festival by purchasing beverages in the Beer Gardens!

What should I bring?
The show goes on, rain or shine!You should be prepared for the "uncertain vagaries" of our Alberta climate - there is no such thing as bad weather, just inappropriate clothing!! Seating is festival style, please bring your own chairs, blankets, tarps etc. and be mindful of your neighbours' comfort when setting up.

You are encouraged to bring your own meals/snacks and dishes, cutlery etc. Washing-up facilities are provided, as well as a public BBQ and picnic area.

Are there vendors on-site?
Artists' and festival merchandise is available. Silent auction featuring the creations of area artists and craftspeople.

Are pets allowed?
NO. Service dogs are permitted, but they must be registered and designated as such, and kept on leash at all times. There are boarding facilities and pet friendly campgrounds in the area, contact us if you need info.

Are campfires allowed?
A public fire pit is located south-east of main stage, firewood is supplied. Open fires at campsites are not allowed, but portable propane - fuelled units are acceptable.

Is smoking allowed?

A smoking section is provided, no smoking is allowed outside this area as we must be mindful of our prairie environment. It only takes one spark to set off a wild fire! Inhale what you wish, but please use the "butt buckets."
 
 
 
 
 
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