Sample culinary delicacies, see creative performances, shop for crafts, artwork, and clothing, or chat with people eager to tell you a little about their cultural roots and their present-day communities in Canada.
Various pavilions will also be showcasing cultural displays with photos, paraphernalia, and stories about their culture or ethnic background in Edmonton.
Admission is free, but a donation for Edmonton’s Food Bank would be greatly appreciated.
There is no public parking in Hawrelak Park during the Festival. Please note that this is a city park and NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED.
Noon to 9 pm Saturday
10 am to 9 pm Sunday
10 am to 7 pm Monday
Main Stage Schedule And Additional Information For 2021 TBA
Food Ticket Information
Once again, the Servus Heritage Festival will be using the food ticket system for purchase of food items during the Festival. This system has helped reduce long line-ups and includes a convenient option of purchasing tickets in advance.
Food tickets will be required for all food and beverage purchases at the 2017 Servus Heritage Festival, at every cultural pavilion, and Royal Treats Ice Cream booths in William Hawrelak Park.
Advance Ticket Sales:
Only Full sheets of 25 for $25
Save On Foods locations
Servus Credit Union branches in Edmonton and surrounding areas
Enroute to the Festival from your TappCar app
There is no public parking in the parking lot, but there are several choices in transportation: ETS Park n' Ride, Alberta Co-op Taxi, Services, and bicycling or walking.
Take it the the lake this summer and head north, into the MD of Bonnyville and Lac La Biche. Both communities are waterfront and host an incredible array of events all summer.
For more information on the above and specific pavilions visit the official festival website