Arts festival moved to new location


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This year’s Wetaskiwin Arts and Music Festival will be in the heart of Wetaskiwin.

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Organizers have moved the free family event to Diamond Jubilee Park.

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Set to take place July 15 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., organizers said they’re excited bring the festival downtown, making it more accessible for the public.

The Wetaskiwin Arts & Music Festival was founded in 2017 and started as an idea to bring all the arts and music lovers together in one place; a place to showcase all the talent that can be found in and around Wetaskiwin and Central Alberta and organizers have been overwhelmed with the response from visitors, artists and musicians.

As in previous years, there will be a range of artists; from oil, water and acrylic paintings to sculptures, photographers, woodworkers, crafters, quilters, fibre artists and many more showcasing their wares.

There will also be demonstrations from a variety of performers and, of course, music will fill the park with performances from Emily Mae Music, Rock and Flower, Lonesome Lori, Sawbones, Robert James, Painted Animals, Echolectics, Jonesy and Soundcore.

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