It may look far away, but for the thousands of people that attend the Atlin Arts and Music Festival every year, it’s well worth the trip. Even though the town of 450 is small, they pack the festival’s dates with international musicians, award-winning artists and films and authors. This family-friendly festival is perfect for those who like to enjoy nature as much as they like to enjoy their music. Remote, rootsy and rustic, this festival embodies a truly Canadian kind of arts and music event.
The Atlin Arts and Mucis Fest is remote, rootsy and relaxed.
Opening the festival each year, the Taku River Tlingit First Nation welcomes the public with traditional drumming and dancing. When closing the festival, the Taku Kwaan Dancers, all musicians, and the entire audience join in a moving celebration of traditional First Nations and contemporary songs. The Atlin Arts & Music Festival guarantees an experience you’ll remember for a long time.
As of April 12, the 2023 Atlin music lineup has yet to be released. Check back for updates.
Past performers include: Joel & Bill Plaskett, Rose Cousins, Iskwe, Moe Clark, Gordie Tentrees, Speed Control, Major Funk and the Employment, Calla Kinglit. Claire Ness, Taku Kwaan Dancers
For more information visit the official festival website.
Enjoy artists; booths, food vendors, music workshops, films and more on the festival grounds and the incredible lineup of talented musicians. See the full line up here.
Kids 0–12 & Seniors over 80: FREE
Youth: 13–17: Half Price
Advance weekend passes: $130 in advance
Weekend pass at gate: $140
Purchase Tickets Online: yukontickets.com