Folkfest 2022 - Culture Unites
Three-day Multicultural Celebration - AUGUST 18,19 & 20.
Three-day Multicultural Celebration – AUGUST 18,19, & 20.
Saskatoon Folkfest returns in-person in 2022 with Culture Unites!
Join us for three evenings filled with cultural performances, displays, activities, and cuisine.
Thursday, Aug 18 5pm-12am
Friday, Aug 19 5pm-12am
Saturday, Aug 20 3pm-12am.
Folkfest is moving to an online ticketing process for 2022.
Your $15 ePassport (plus service fees) provides unlimited admission and transportation on the Folkfest buses to and from all Pavilions during the three-day festival. Children 12 and under are FREE when accompanied by an adult.
ePassports sales will go live soon – thank you for your patience.
Travel the globe without leaving the city!
Taste amazing food from around the world. Marvel at the traditions of each other’s cultures.
2022 Culture Unites Pavilion Locations:
Indian & Métis Pavilion – 168 Wall Street Saskatoon Indian Métis Friendship Centre
Bangladesh Pavilion – 503 Ruth St. W – Hall B, WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
India Pavilion – 503 Ruth St. W – Hall B, WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
Pakistan Pavilion – 503 Ruth St. W – Hall C, WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
Philippines Pavilion – 503 Ruth St. W – Hall C, WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
Ukrainian Karpaty Pavilion – 503 Ruth St. W – Hall D, WTC Saskatoon at Prairieland Park
Irish Pavilion – 2002 Arlington Ave. Nutana Curling Club
Cameroon Pavilion – 2010 College Drive Merlis Belsher Place
Japan Pavilion – 2010 College Drive Merlis Belsher Place
Nepal Pavilion – 2010 College Drive Merlis Belsher Place
International Place – 2010 College Drive Merlis Belsher Place
NEW THIS YEAR!
A 2022 highlight will be International Place – a new collaborative Folkfest venue at Merlis Belsher Place. Home to the Cameroon, Japan, and Nepal Pavilions, the International Place Stage will also host performances from many long-time Pavilion favourites including Asia Pacific, Central America and Mexico, German, Norway, and Scottish. They will be joined by special guests, The Sound of Afghanistan and USask Confucius Institute Student Club.