As was policy in 2018, everyone paying to enter the festival site will receive a wristband.
The Little Festival That Could
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. The festival is 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.