As winter grows close, we can all find ways to grow closer together. This season, Edmonton brings us all that it has in art, creativity, and togetherness, reminding us all of the city spirit that we all know and love. Come together with these YEG faves, as we all brace this cold snap together!
1) Final Weekend of Laser Floyd Dark Side of the Moon
Experience the finale of TELUS World of Science’s dazzling combination of rock history with cutting edge visual display! Laser Floyd’s legendary album becomes elevated as the sights meld together with sound to create a light-filled love letter to this legendary band.
2) The Market Off Whyte- Pop-Up Shopping Event | Nov 14
Edmonton’s got all you could want for your start to Christmas shopping as The Market Off Whyte presents an array of local vendors for all of your holiday needs. With 25 vendors attending, this market will offer all of YEG’s most unique products in the safe, socially distanced, and the completely captivating world of this city’s retail space.
3) Curtis Talwst Santiago: Liming | through Feb 14
In our current climate, togetherness is a concept that deserves to be celebrated. Curtis Talwst creates a unique space for togetherness, in both his miniatures expressing life in Sherwood Park and his dance space that creates the opportunity for guests to create a performance for themselves. Liming conceptualizes being near friends and family, capturing that most important desire within ourselves.
4) Final weekend of Building Your AGA With Photographs by Edward Burtynsky
As AGA enters its tenth anniversary, Edward Burtynsky explores the organic beauty of how the building was drawn, conceptualized, and photographed through its creation. Drawing inspiration from the designer’s understanding of Edmonton’s city streets, using the grid of streets and avenues as a guideline, renowned Canadian photographer Edward Burtynsky captures the spirit of one of Edmonton’s most memorable landmarks.
5) Final weekend of The Science of Ripley’s Believe it or Not
Saddle up for the most bizarre array of achievements, oddities, and out-of-this-world memorabilia. The TELUS World of Science presents humanity’s achievements from a Roll’s Royce made of matchsticks to a portrait of Einstein made of toast. This exhibition of oddities will have you scratching your head and clapping your hands at the same time.
6) Another final chance for Downtown Dining Week!
Downtown Edmonton is a foodie haven in this final-final weekend of restaurant goodness, featuring deals, dining, and curbside delivery galore. Multi-course meals come ready with the best discounts possible, meaning that you can experience Edmonton’s best eats at the best possible price!
7) Final weekned of Northwestfest & Rainbow Visions Film Festival | through Nov 15
Just because some of this year’s fun is sequestered inside doesn’t mean that your entertainment has to be. Northwestfest and Rainbow Visions are dedicated to bringing you the best of Edmonton enjoyment, featuring 10 double billings of theatre that’ll have you hoping that every night was a weekend night!