Edmonton’s festival season runs from May until October each year with many Festivals celebrating everything art, culture, music, friends, family and food!

Deep Freeze Festival Epic Photography
Deep Freeze: A Byzantine Winter Fête

Deep Freeze: A Byzantine Winter Fête is proud to be celebrating their 15th year of bringing winter festival fun to Edmonton! Celebrate the coming together of Ukrainian, Métis, French Canadian, Inuit, and Indigenous cultures with light installations, ice sculptures, cultural stories and artistic workshops. Experience all the beauty and enchantment
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Edmonton Pet Expo
Get some furry or feathered love at the Edmonton Pet Expo!

If you have any animal lovers in your house, then the Edmonton Pet Expo is the place to be on January 22 & 23, 2022. Hang out and interact with fluffy, feathered and scaly animal friends of all sorts… just remember to please leave your own pets at home! Check
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January Events
What’s Happening This Month? Family Fun Events in Edmonton in January

Embrace our Edmonton winter and get out to enjoy the great outdoor festivals and snow-fueled activities happening in the month of January! You can still catch the tail end of a few great holiday festivals at the beginning of the month, or plan to check out the Deep Freeze Festival
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Edmonton Family Friendly New Year's Events
Family Friendly New Year’s Events in Edmonton

Whether you want to celebrate day or night, indoors or out, there is an event for you this December 31. Use our guide to Family Friendly New Year’s Events in Edmonton to plan your celebration and enjoy ringing in 2022 with the family! World Waterpark Family Beach Ball at WEM
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Calder Community League Winter Carnival
Calder Community League Winter Carnival

Join the Calder Community League on January 15 for a fun-filled Winter Carnival. Celebrate the Magic of Winter with ice skating, broom ball, snowshoeing and a snow fort building contest! Plus enjoy tasty food and treats, including marshmallows roasted over the fire. Calder Community League Winter Carnival: When: Saturday, January
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Ice on Whyte Festival 2022
Ice on Whyte Festival

Embrace the cold and see stunning works of carved ice art at Edmonton’s annual Ice on Whyte festival! From January 27 to February 6, some of the best ice carving talent from around the world will gather in Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park to create impressive sculptures carved from simple blocks
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Edmonton Arts Council Festival in a Box Parade
Join Edmonton Arts Council for a Pop-up Parade!

Join the Edmonton Arts Council for their Festival in a Box Pop-up Parade on Saturday, October 9, 2021. The parade starts at Royal Gardens Park at 1:00 PM and everyone is invited to be a part of the procession! Put on your wackiest costume and decorate your bike, then join
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International Children's Festival for the Arts
The International Children’s Festival of the Arts: 40 Years and Counting!

Audience members are always in for a visual treat when they attend a live show presented by the International Children’s Festival of the Arts! For 40 years the annual spring festival has been connecting performers and audiences, giving countless children, youth and the young-at-heart a greater appreciation for the arts.
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DARK: Fort Edmonton Park
Be Afraid of DARK: Fort Edmonton Park

Kids aged 14 and up should come prepared to be afraid of DARK: Fort Edmonton Park.  This series of three spine-chilling displays offers guests an immersive scare experience, perfect for the haunted season. See Fort Edmonton Park in a new light as you experience the Halloween themed haunts, roving entertainment
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kaleido festival 2021
Put on Your Dancing Shoes With Kaleido Family Arts Festival

Put on your dancing shoes! Arts on the Ave and the Kaleido Family Arts Festival present Kaleido 2021 on Tour: Dancin’ in the Street! On tour again for another year Kaleido has been radically reimagined to ensure the safety and health of our team, performers, and spectators. We’re taking the
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