After pausing in 2020 due to COVID-19, airdrieFEST is making its comeback. Join us for the Saturday afternoon family street festival on Sept. 11 running from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. outside of City Hall.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Vendor registration closed August 27, 2021.
Check out the airdrieFEST 2021 booth map to find out which vendors you will see there.
Have questions? send us an email at email@example.com
Kids activity corner
At the kids activity corner there will be plenty of fun activities such as bracelet making, jump rope, bubbles, mask making, sidewalk chalk and more!
Roaming Performing Characters from Nose Creek Players will be entertaining the crowds throughout the day!
- 11:00am Opening and Welcome - Hal Eagletail, Knowledge Keeper
- 11:20am – Members of Foothills Brass
- 11:55am – Alicia Woynarski – Soloist – Habañera from Carmen
- 11:58am – Gabriella Remillard – Soloist – On My Own from Les Misérables
- 12:02pm – Matthew Colbourne – Soloist – Allegretto in C Major by Neefe
- 12:07pm – Michelle Johnston – Soloist –Vergebliches Ständchen by Brahms
- 12:10pm – Tsuut’ina Dancers
- 12:35pm – Trombone Ensemble – Rocky Mountain Symphony
- 1:20pm – World Class Taekwondo Demo Team
- 1:45pm – Jorja Rae Wilcox – Soloist
- 1:49pm – Ryan Ramjattan – Piano Soloist
- 1:59pm – Leah Chan – Soloist
- 2:10pm – Master Rim's Taekwondo Airdrie Team
- 2:30pm – The Airdrie Sky High Twirlers
- 2:50pm – Ladies Out Loud – Line Dancing group
- 3:00pm – Christian Hudson and Becca Madro otherwise known as – Avelyn.
- 3:25pm – “As High As We Go”
- 3:55pm – Closing Remarks, Thank Yous & Draw for the Nose Creek Players tickets
Walk, ride or drive to airdrieFEST – we have options!
Wondering where to park if you decide to drive to airdrieFEST? Here are some options that are open for airdrieFEST guest parking.
• Plainsmen Arena (320 Centre Avenue E)
• Muriel Clayton School (305 Acacia Dr SE)
• Lutheran Church of the Master, Handicap parking only (216 Main St SE)
Please be mindful that although a portion Main Street will be closed, businesses in the area remain open and it is important that those parking spaces remain reserved for patrons.
Update: Sept. 8, 2021
Airdrie is following Provincially mandated public health measures. As a primarily outdoor event, masks are not required to participate in airdrieFEST unless entering an indoor facility (washroom use etc.). We anticipate many families will join in the festivities and although not required, masks are encouraged. Thank you for your small acts that make a big difference.
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