Edmonton is known as festival city and on Saturday, its newest addition will transform Kinsmen Park into a 90s-themed music event.
Soundtrack Music Festival runs from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. in the river valley park and features performances from Ma$e, Blind Melon, TLC and the Goo Goo Dolls.
The festival will also have an on-site nanny service, a slew of food trucks, live mural painting, and is entirely licensed for those 18 and over.
“Nobody is going to be hungry at Soundtrack! We’ve got some of the best food trucks in Edmonton on-site including Bubba’s Grill, Divine Crepes, Explore India, Hot Mess, Irie Foods, Lemon Heaven, Poutine World, Preserve, Rapscallions and The Purple Perogy,” a news release from organizers said.
Soundtrack will even let you leave the park for a bit and come back easily.
“You are welcome to come early, leave to drop off your kids, and come back! We don’t want to restrict your exerience because of other obligations.”
WATCH: Some big acts from the 1990s will be taking the stage at the Soundtrack Music Festival this weekend in Kinsmen Park. Kent Morrison spoke with organizer Shawn Huculak about the event.
For tickets and to view the full Soundtrack Music Festival schedule, click here.
Organizers said they hope the festival becomes a “flagship donation generator for the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton.”
What can concert-goers expect? Edmonton has been under a heat warning since Monday but conditions will probably change Thursday evening.
“The heat streak and stable conditions are expected to last through most of the week,” Global Edmonton Chief Meteorologist Jesse Beyer said.
He said there’s a chance for some clouds and scattered thundershowers as early as Thursday night.
“We could be looking at more sun than cloud on Friday with highs in the low- to mid-20s (C),” Beyer said.
“Saturday will be much the same with the best chance of showers coming through the first half of the day. Saturday evening will likely be mostly cloudy, with temperatures remaining in the low 20s.”
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