Taste of Edmonton is happening on Capital Plaza this year, right in front of the Alberta Legislature on 99 Avenue and 108 Street!
July 18-28, 2019.
We are open these days/hours:
July 18-27 â€¢ 11am-11pm
July 28 â€¢ 11am â€“ 9pm
The free live entertainment begins at 6:30pm. Concerts dates are July 18-27, 2019.
No. Patrons of any age can attend Taste!
The ticket booth is now in your pocket! We are excited to offer mobile tickets which allows you to skip the line and save time. Check out the infographic below on how to download the app.
We strongly recommend purchasing tickets through the Crowdblink Patron App. However, our Ticket Centre accepts cash, debit, MasterCard, and Visa.
The festival and concerts are free to attend. If you want to sample some of Edmontonâ€™s best dishes and beverages, ticket prices are $69.50 for a sheet of 40.
If you have any leftover Taste tickets, you can donate them at the Info Booth where the funds will be invested in the Taste of Edmonton Endowment Fund for our community partners.
Yes. There are ATMs beside the Info Booth.
There are washrooms located throughout Capital Plaza. Check out the sitemap for details.
Being in the heart of Edmonton, Edmonton Transit System is your best and easiest bet to get to Taste. Grandin/Government Centre LRT Station is located close to the site, and a number of bus stops are just steps away from the Plaza. We strongly recommend taking advantage of Edmonton Transit Systemâ€™s regular bus/LRT service. View the ETS schedule here.
There are two free shuttle services:
- At MacEwan University running every day from 10:00 am to 11:30 pm.
- Downtown lunchtime shuttle running Monday to Friday from 11:15 am to 2:00 pm.
You can find more details on how to get to Taste here.
Parking is in short supply in downtown Edmonton. As above, we recommend using Edmonton Transit Service. Grandin/Government Centre LRT Station is our closest stop.Â Check out ETS and Park and Ride options.
Yes! We happen rain or shine (hopefully it will shine every day!).
While we love dogs, the health department doesnâ€™t. Guide dogs are permitted. Public Health Act Food Regulation (Section #38).
We do have a Lost & Found on-site located in the information booth located at the interesection of 108st and 99ave. After the event, any Lost & Found items not claimed will be dropped off at the Events Edmonton office.