We’re trying something different this year. Alpha Ya Ya Diallo has agreed to host an African Rhythms & Dance workshop the morning following his festival performance. So if you’re a drummer who wants to learn some new techniques — bring your drum. Or if you’ve always wanted to shake your moneymaker like an African dancer, drag it out of your tent and join us in the yard for an hour of cultural awakening. Absolutely free!!!
Saturday, July 2nd, 11:30 AM.
Even if you’re not from B.C., be prepared — Wild Oats & Notes is a cash only festival. Anyone who has attended the festival can attest to the fact cell phone service is dodgy and inconsistent throughout the site, so we’ve decided to remain Cash Only and minimize frustration levels for patrons and volunteers alike.
If you find yourself spending more than you planned (which can easily happen once you see our awesome food and merch options) there are ATM’s in Tofield, about a ten minute drive away.
Anyone who’s a fan of Tin & the Toad will not only love seeing the duo perform their Tweener set on Saturday evening, they’ll be ecstatic to hear the full band (and special guests?) will be cranking out tunes for the volunteer party Sunday afternoon. Volunteer, and you can enjoy the T&T experience while eating and drinking for free! Hot Damn!
Site prep is already underway, contact Jeanne Kallal for ideas on how to help! firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy to add these talented folks to this year’s roster:
Marco Claveria — http://www.marcoclaveria.com
The Carolines — http://thecarolines.ca
Soap Box Duo — http://www.soapboxduo.com
Less than a month left for early bird pricing!
If online ticketing is not your thing, tickets are now available at Earth’s General Store in Edmonton (9605 – 82nd Ave., 780.439.8725) and at Ravenhill Agencies in Tofield (5109 – 50th Street, 780.662.0330). Phone ahead to confirm tickets are in stock.
Also, have a look at the new FAQ page on our website. We may have the answers to questions you never knew you had!