Columbia Valley & East Kootenay
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Steamboat Mountain Music Festival
Jul 1, 2017 - Jul 2, 2017
The annual Steamboat Mountain Music festival in picturesque Edgewater, BC will be back to celebrate Canada day with music lovers from near and far. The festival is a much-loved summertime music event in the Columbia Valley. Every year, it brings together musicians and those who appreciate good music in a spectacular outdoor splash! There’s something to make everybody happy. Sing along! Tap your feet! Celebrate!
The festival includes about every genre of music. Bluegrass – Celtic – Classic Rock – Country – Pop – Guitar – Latin Jazz – Folk – all are together in one place at one time. Both local and featured artists perform on an outdoor festival stage on the grounds of the Edgewater Community Hall with a grand view of the Columbia River wetlands and Steamboat Mountain. Food and craft vendors along with expanded kids entertainment will also be available.
Here’s a schedule of events for the festival:
Friday, June 30 – 7:00 PM – Porch Parties! Admission by donation. Take a stroll around town, meet the neighbors, and hear some great music.
Saturday,July 1 – 11 am-10 pm – The Main Event on the Festival Main Stage at Edgewater Park – More than a dozen bands. Here’s some of them to get your Steamboat Mountain juices going:
- Marty & Eli & Friends
- The Dandelions
- The Small Town Dirt Bags
- Beard’s Creek
- John Wort Hannom
- The Cami Leard Band
- Tim Williams
- Gabriela Geneva
- (and more)
Sunday, July 2nd – Musicians’ Workshops starting at 11 am at Edgewater All Saints Church yard – on Blues, Songwriting (and more)
- Adult – $20
- Youth – $5
- Children under 5 -FREE
- Family Pass – $60
Tickets are available now at:
- Pip’s Country Store in Edgewater
- Big Horn Cafe in Radium Hot Springs
- Circle Cafe in Invermere
- Also at the Launch Party
The event is a presentation of the Steamboat Mountain Music Society. It’s purpose is to advance the public’s appreciation of the arts while providing a forum for qualified musicians to perform through participation. The Society provides scholarships, bursaries and other forms of financial assistance to further music education, including workshops, music camps, courses lessons, master classes and college programs.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and snacks – oh, and plenty of sunscreen too. There’s always lots of family-friendly fun, great music and good times at the Steamboat Mountain Music Festival!
For more details as they become available, please visit: http://steamboatmtnmusicfest.ca/