Taste of Okotoks

Taste of Okotoks

Come and experience great food from local eateries and enjoy live music, local artisans and more.


Festival Dates:
Festival Type: Arts & Culture Food Music
Community: Okotoks
Province: Alberta

Photo provided by Okotoks Tourism

July 22, 2017


Be a part of the taste of Okotoks. This fun new event will showcase the delicious food of the Okotoks area. The pedestrian-friendly event offers live music, great eats, a variety of artists, family fun with face painting and more. Other activities throughout the day include, boutique shopping from local artisans and entertainment. 

Featured Events

Food Samples

Olde Towne Okotoks will be closed off from the Plaza to Centre Street for the festival. If you would like to take part in the grub, grab some sampler tickets for $1 each. Participating restaurants will showcase their favourite menu items. Samples can cost anywhere from 1 to 10 tickets. While you are chowing down on new and exciting dishes, enjoy live music and the relaxed atmosphere. Please note: Pets are not allowed at the festival. Pets are not permitted anywhere that food and drink are being prepared.

Enjoy the great food and atmosphere at the first ever Taste of Okotoks.
Photo provided by tourism Okotoks

Shop 'til you Drop

With plenty of boutique shops in the heart of Okotoks along with a full artisan market with more than 100 vendors, the taste of Okotoks is ideal for foodies and shoppers.  The market features an array of local artisans, boutique businesses and more, showcasing their unique hand-made goods, along with imported decor, jewellery, food, accessories, and more. 

Looking for a little guidance with planning your trip to Okotoks? Look no further. With great events all summer, there's something for everyone.



Vendor Information

If you are interested in being a food or beverage vendor at the taste of Okotoks, please contact Mark Doherty, the community events coordinator at 403-938-8950 or by email to, mdoherty@okotoks.ca

Want to try some more great grub in Okotoks? Check out the annual ChiliFest