‘Canada’s Biggest Little Festival’ is coming just outside Edmonton this June

Heads up music fans, because the Beaumont Blues and Roots Festival is returning this month! Self-proclaimed as ‘Canada’s Biggest Little Festival’, the festival will be taking over the town of Beaumont for two days of nonstop concerts. Here’s a quick rundown on what you can expect.

The festival will kick off on Friday, June 17th and continue into Saturday, June 18th. During that time, not one but two stages will play host to some 19 different performers, representing Alberta and beyond. We’re not going to lie to you, we don’t recognize most of the names in the lineup, outside of Corb Lund and Moist.

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Alongside the shows, the festival will be hosting food trucks, an Artisan’s Vendor Village, and a ‘Fiesta Zone’ for some alcohol options. Don’t worry though- the entire festival grounds are licensed, so you can grab a beer then head back to the stage to keep enjoying the music.

As far as fun weekends go for music lovers, we think this is a great option!

Beaumont Blues and Roots Festival

When: Friday, June 17th and Saturday, June 18th
Where: Beaumont Blues & Roots Festival Grounds, Beaumont
Cost: $99+ for GA

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