Taking place on Saturday June 23, 2018 at Kinsmen Park in Edmonton’s beautiful River Valley, Soundtrack Music Festival will be Edmonton and region's newest music, arts and culture festival presented by the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton. The one-day multi-genre festival will feature performances from some of the music industry's hottest talent both past and present in Edmonton’s one-of-a-kind historic River Valley.
GOO GOO DOLLS
BLIND MELON - MA$E - EVE 6
WANNABE (A Spice Girls Tribute) - NOTORIOUS YEG - MASTER T (Masta of Ceremonies)
SATURDAY JUNE 23, 2018 - KINSMEN PARK
The inaugural 2018 festival will be headlined by multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Goo Goo Dolls (Buffalo, New York, USA); one of the most globally respected and influential forces in popular music with hits like “Name,” “Slide,” and “Iris,” the latter spending nearly 12 straight months on the Billboard charts and holding the No. 1 position for 17 consecutive weeks.
Joining them is TLC; the best-selling American girl-group of all-time with over 70 million records sold worldwide. TLC (Atlanta, Georgia, USA) greatly influenced the landscape of popular music during the final act of the 20th century, captivating audiences with their immortal anthems such as “Waterfalls,” “Creep,” and “No Scrubs,” to name a few.
With the gates to the festival opening at 1:00pm, the rest of the day will be filled out with some classic favourites; Blind Melon, Ma$e, Eve 6, Wannabe (A Spice Girls Tribute), Edmonton’s own Notorious YEG and legendary former Much Music VJ Master T as the festival’s Master of Ceremonies.
This show is all ages and all tickets are general admission starting at $89 plus taxes and service charges for a limited number of Tier 1 priced tickets. Prices increase to $99 after Tier 1 sells out. Tickets go on sale April 6 at 10am MST.
For more details, FAQs and full festival information visit www.soundtrackmusicfestival.com.
About the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton: Since it's inception in 1925, the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton has provided millions of dollars to numerous local and national charities. The festival aims to become a flagship donation generator for the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton and would aid in enhancing the well being of Edmontonians.
SOUNDTRACK: Music’s impact on memory is called The Mozart Effect. Research has shown that ALL music (not just classical) with 60 beats per minute simultaneously activates the left and right hemispheres of the brain, which, in turn, maximizes learning, and the retention of information. What’s on your soundtrack?