Happy to add these talented folks to this year’s roster:
Marco Claveria — http://www.marcoclaveria.com
The Carolines — http://thecarolines.ca
Soap Box Duo — http://www.soapboxduo.com
Less than a month left for early bird pricing!
If online ticketing is not your thing, tickets are now available at Earth’s General Store in Edmonton (9605 – 82nd Ave., 780.439.8725) and at Ravenhill Agencies in Tofield (5109 – 50th Street, 780.662.0330). Phone ahead to confirm tickets are in stock.
Also, have a look at the new FAQ page on our website. We may have the answers to questions you never knew you had!
A lot of quality music coming our way:
Twin Peaks — http://twinpeaksmusic.ca
David James and Big River — http://www.johnnycashtribute.ca
Mayhemingways — https://mayhemingways.wordpress.com
Scott Cook and the Long Weekends — http://www.scottcook.net
Ridley Bent — http://www.ridleybent.ca/wildcard/
The Weber Brothers — http://weberbrothers.com
And still more to come!
Tickets available online now at https://wildoatsandnotes.com
Early bird pricing available for a limited time.
A few recent confirmations:
Alpha Ya Ya Diallo — http://alphayayadiallo.com
Cousin Harley (Paul Pigat) — http://paulpigat.com
Shred Kelly — http://shredkelly.com
Scenic Route To Alaska — http://www.scenicroutetoalaska.com
The Rockin’ Highliners — http://www.rockinhighliners.com/#cranking-tour
Not a bad start, huh?
Empty the cookie jar, cash in those bottles, and forego that final RRSP payment…. tickets are now available online for this year’s festival. For the first time we’re offering early bird pricing, so if you like deals (and worms)… get on it!
We’re still a few weeks away from getting hard copies of tickets to our vendors in Edmonton (Earth’s General Store) and Tofield (Ravenhill Insurance). We’ll update you when all that is in place.
Wild Oats and Notes returns every two years to the Schultz farmstead in the Ketchamoot district, just south of Tofield, Alberta. Close to a thousand friends and relatives descend upon the yard in celebration of live music, agriculture, and all things rural. 2016 marks the 10th edition of the festival, a non-profit venture that invests net proceeds into the local community in a number of ways.
Wild Oats and Notes cultivates a taste for live performances while embracing the values of rural living and respect for the land. It’s also a hell of a lot of fun.