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Western Canada has no shortage of stories on all kinds of entertainment.

Within these pages, search out your favourite destination, or search for things to do based on your interest, such as music. @FestivalSeekers, we’ve produced many stories guaranteed to ignite your passion to explore music, food, arts and cultural experiences.

Let us know what you find #FestivalSeekers

  • Nov 24 through Dec 15, 2020 pull a seat up to the table and uncover one of Alberta’s most unique array of small businesses, in Rocky Mountain House.  Welcome to the #RockyOnline Festival!

  • This is your chance to get to know the Ktuxana community, who have many great examples of Indigenous-owned and operated businesses that are vital to the community, while at the same time strengthen the local communities of Kimberley and Cranbrook.

    Get a glimpse of these inspiring folks' businesses through a series of Facebook Live sessions during the  #LiveLocal #EatLocalYXC Festival, kicking off Nov. 5 and running until Nov. 15.

  • Ascend Movement Studio #LiveLocal Festival Kimberley

    There’s an abundance of year-round outdoor adventures on the doorstep of Cranbrook and Kimberley – from snow play to mountain biking and long walks in the woods. All so good for the soul. But there’s another pastime we all need and one we should do locally – especially now — and that’s some retail-therapy.

  • Halloween Covid Masks

    Ooooh, Halloween - the time of year kids and cosplayers plan for months in advance. Costumes are designed, parties are planned and for the kids, the most bountiful routes through the neighbourhood are plotted. Yes, well, the tables have turned this year.

  • Cranbrook #EatLocalYXC food restaurants

    Get your tastebuds ready for the #EatLocalYXC Festival happening in Cranbrook and Kimberley beginning Oct. 22 and running through Nov. 15, giving locals the chance to connect with their community and support local restaurateurs during a series of behind-the-scenes Facebook Live events and showcase menus. 

  • B.C.'s southern Rockies has plenty of reasons to do a little showing off any time of year with its gorgeous natural beauty and laid-back small-towns vibe. As we head into fall and winter, join us for a first-ever online event that will showcase the vibrancy of local businesses and services during the #LiveLocal #EatLocalYXC Festival kicking off this month in the Cranbrook, Ktunaxa and Kimberley region.

  • Five-Acre-Shaker

    Do you miss the love?  

    We do as well, but not to worry, we know all this is coming back soon.

    FestivalSeekers has it's 2020 calendar in hibernation for the next bit, considering so many of our friends, those festivals and events that we love to promote, are taking a pause.

    Bookmark this page, and trust we @FestivalSeekers will be back with a bustling calendar when the time is right.

    The right to come together to celebrate music, arts and culture is who we are as Canadians. 

    Promoting this awesome is what we do here @FestivalSeekers.

  • #TakeIt To The Lake

    Folks in Alberta’s northeast may be more humble and less self-promoting, but they are equally as deserving of attention.

    To help drive some attention to these very deserving creative spirits, FestivalSeekers & ZenSeekers are expanding our #TakeItToTheLake efforts by bringing you a new festival!

  • This summer's festivals are postponed, but that doesn't mean they're gone forever. We're getting stoked for next year's festivals - check out some amazing events to look forward to next year. 

  • This summer put your feet up at home, kick back on a lawn chair, or tune in from your desk to virtually explore local business and experiences in north eastern Alberta’s Lac La Biche County in the first-ever #LLBCOnline Festival

  • This year, Canada Day celebrations are more like a choose-your-own-adventure novel where you can end up in any number of cities for a virtual celebration. 

  • Just because we're sticking close to home, doesn't me we can't explore beyond.

    Try these 6 virtual festivals and events in June that will give you a new perspective on small-town Alberta, BC wine country, coastal creatures, music, and film.