Article via Edmonton Made | Written by Paul Blinov
If it had happened 20 years ago, Edmonton’s newest music festival could have been one of the biggest concerts of the ‘90s.
The one-day Soundtrack Music Festival is bringing some of the biggest throwback acts of the recent past — The Goo Goo Dolls, TLC, Blind Melon and Eve 6, to name a few — to Kinsmen Park. It’s a family-friendly outdoor concert, welcoming music-seeking audiences into the green heart of the city, while seeking to double as a fundraiser for the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton.
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REBLOG from an awesome article we can really relate to from our friends over at Noisey.
Friends, fun, sunshine, live music, dancing and all types of culture have a way of combining to make outdoor festivals awesome. Due to their engagement of multiple senses, festivals provide incredible immersive experiences that leave lasting memories, build and strengthen friendships, and create new bonds and traditions. And while they're one of the best ways to enjoy Alberta’s long summer days and warm evenings, it’s easy to become overtired, sunburnt, hungry or miserable at a festival if you're not prepared. Below are Trixstar’s favourite ways to get the most out of any festival, so you can focus on the experience, and not the logistics.
We are all big Dave Grohl fans here at Trixstar; inarguably one of the biggest rock stars of our generation. Came across this article below offering some quick life tips from the rock legend himself – enjoy the read!