Timed Programming

Various times – Drag Queen Lilith Fair performs her witty, fun and high-energy eleganza extravaganza.

10am – Eine Brise meeting point (108 Street + 99 Avenue) in Yellow Zone Sign-up here

10am – Mysore Yoga Class with SHALA Ashtanga Yoga Centre in Pink Zone

10:20am – Eine Breeze performance along route (Beaver Hills Park ideal for viewing – Red Zone), hosted by C’mon Festival

10:30–11am – Chubby Cree drumming in Beaver House Hills Park in Red Zone

11am–12pm – Ride Along with the City of Edmonton Bike Team meet up in Pink Zone

11:30am–12:30pm – Taekwon-Do Showcase by Tien Lung in Pink Zone

12–1pm Half Primary Yoga Series with SHALA Ashtanga Yoga Centre in Pink Zone

12:30pm – Live band The Vinyl Countdown plays at Rocky Mountain Icehouse

12–1pm – Hoop Dance by Illuminate Hoopdance in Beaver House Hills Park in Red Zone

1:30pm – Intro to Ashtanga Yoga Class with with SHALA Ashtanga Yoga Centre in Pink Zone

2–3pm – Crunch Fitness locations/jasper hosts free 360 Step fitness class in Red Zone

2pm – Sustainability Walking Tour with City of Edmonton meet in Pink Zone

Yellow Zone

Bike Decorating Station

Get crafty and make your bike/scooter/wheelchair etc. sparkle with supplies. Be sure to gather at 2pm to show-off your creation in the Bike Parade along the Open Streets Route.

Bike Parade Starting Point (108 Street and 99 Avenue)

Gather at 1:45-2pm
Parade starts at 2pm

Deck out your bike with all the free supplies at the decorating station and then join the parade as it makes its way along the Open Streets route.

Eine Brise Starting Point (108 Street and 99 Avenue)

Meet at 10am
Practice until 10:15am
Performance at 10:15-10:30am

The gathering place for 111 people on bikes before the performance of ‘Eine Brise’ by Argentine avant-garde composer Mauricio Kagel along the Open Street route. Presented by P4P and C’mon Festival

Everyone is welcome to participate. No musical experience necessary.

Sign-up to let us know you’re participating

Kids Play Time

Partake in children’s activities led by the Legislative Assembly of Alberta

Bird E-scooters

Check out the models of Bird e-scooters taking to the city’s streets. Learn more about the transportation tools and give one a test drive.

Lime E-scooter Obstacle Course

Hop on a Lime e-scooter and test your maneuvering skills

Alberta Blue Cross


Meet the fine people at this Open Streets’ sponsor

Food Trucks

Bring your appetite for street eats courtesy of local food trucks

Water Bottle Filling Station

Top up your water bottle at the Rebel Heart Trucking trailer

POGO CarShare


Learn about how the local carshare program compliments active transportation in the city. See inside one of their cars too!

Blue Zone


Need some cash? Get some here!

Ch-ch-check your blood pressure

See how your activities at Open Streets impact your blood pressure, with blood pressure check by Robertson College

Bike racks

Lock up your bike with racks courtesy of Bike Edmonton

*Open Streets volunteers will monitor bike racks but will not be liable for any theft/damage

SONiC Wheel

Spin the SONiC’s wheel for the chance to win prizes

Urban polling

Learn all about Urban Polling with walking demos and info via the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues

Mitchell Art Gallery

Engage with an interactive art piece presented by MacEwan University’s Mitchell Art Gallery

Find the Outdoor Patio

Get comfy at Find Edmonton’s outdoor patio and booth

Photo Booth

Capture your Open Streets experience with a photo at Flying Canoe Volant‘s free photo booth and meet their friendly voyageurs

Bike Show + Shine

Ogle vintage, distinct and odd bicycles from Edmonton bike shops

Participating shops include:

Bike Tune-ups

Get free minor fixes for your bicycle courtesy of Bike Edmonton

Peace Hills Insurance

Meet the good folks at PHI. They’re generously sponsoring Open Streets!

Zine Machine


A snack vending machine repurposed into a zine dispensary containing publications from all over the world.

Meet Curious George

Stop in at Audreys Books to meet the one and only Curious George

Lemonade Stand

Support the Stollery Childrens’ Hospital with a cool cuppa lemonade, stirred up by Simply Supper. All proceeds go to the Edmonton-based medical care centre.

Make Mends with Chelsea Boos

Edmonton-based visual artist Chelsea Boos brings her exploration of mending and patching to the streets. Visit her as she sews and repairs clothing.

Bud + Bloom Flower Wall

Stop and smell the flowers in Bud + Bloom’s blossoming blockade

Pink Zone

Central Park

The space will feature activity areas, active and creative play places.

Hosted by Child-Friendly Edmonton

City of Edmonton

Join a variety of departments from the City of Edmonton for activities and interactive displays

Bike Plan Team
  • 11am–12pm – Ride Along with the City of Edmonton Bike Team meet up in Pink Zone
  • 2:30–3pm – Ride Along with the City of Edmonton Bike Team meet in Pink Zone


Change for Climate
  • 2pm – Sustainability Walking Tour with City of Edmonton meet in Pink Zone

Sign-up here

Add your bike to a bus

Ever wanted to put your bike on the front of a but wasn’t sure how?
Edmonton Transit Service  is parking a bus and giving folks a chance to give it a go.



Discover vintage and preloved treasures and furniture, plus a game of ball toss.

First Aid Station

Need a bandaid or two? Visit St. Johns Ambulance for first aid needs

Taekwon-Do Showcase


Ooooo and awwww at the board breaking, patterns, sparring, and self defense techniques showcased by Tien Lung Taekwon-Do

Dog Park

Meet and greet rescue pups from Second Chance Animal Rescue (SCARS) in parking spots

Super Street Dogs

See the goodest puppers go hard in Dynamo Dogsports’ agility, flyball, freestyle, high jumping, and disc demonstrations. Demonstrations will run throughout the day


Just like on the Price Is Right, take a turn with the classic game of Plinko, brought to you by The Edmonton Eskimos

SHALA Ashtanga Yoga Centre

10am, 12pm, 1:30pm


Stretch, strengthen and find calm in the middle of Jasper Avenue with three different yoga sessions ($5 per class)

Plus sign-up to be entered to win 2 weeks of free yoga.

10am Mysore
12pm Half Primary Series
1:30pm Intro to Ashtanga Foundations

Barks, Brunch and Bands


Bring your pup along for brews at Rocky Mountain Icehouse. They have sips and snacks for you and your companion animal.

Sit and stay for the live band, The Vinyl Countdown at 12:30pm.

Street Office Space

Need to get some work done but still want to come to Open Streets?
Try out the on-street office space presented by Homestead

Inflatable Party

All ages can take a turn climbing the inflatable rock climbing wall, jump in the bouncy castle, slide down the double slide, and from Mr. Inflatables

Red Zone

DJ Sonny Grimes

Ride along with the old-school vibes spinning all day long.
Stage courtesy of ATCO

Bike Breeze


Watch and listen as 111 people on bikes cycle passed performing ‘Eine Brise’ by Argentine avant-garde composer Mauricio Kagel – led by C’Mon Festival



Performance by hand drummers from Chubby Cree

YEG Wheel


Give an electric unicycle a try with gear and guidance from YEG Wheel

Rust Magic


Meet the founders of Edmonton’s International Street Mural Festival and pick up a map of the massive artworks nearby Open Streets and around the city.

Streetlevel mural by Lance Cardinal


Treaty 8, Bigstone Cree Nation artist and designer Lance Cardinal is creating a vibrant mural taking inspiration from Pendleton blankets. The blankets given as gifts today, and were given in exchanges between colonial representatives and Indigenous communities at the beginnings of time and held value because of the warmth they provided. Over time, the blankets were added to the list of goods that Indigenous communities could gift one another. The blanket is always used to celebrate and bring people together to write people in love and to show gratitude to each other. The geometric designs are very common in the Treaty 6 territory and the medicine wheel, of course, is one of the most iconic indigenous symbols of all time.

The Medicine Wheel, sometimes known as the Sacred Hoop or Sacred Circle, has been used by generations of various Native American tribes and First Nations in Canada for health and healing and as a tool for learning and teaching. There are many interpretations of the Medicine Wheel by many people and cultures, and no one is wrong.

The circle, or wheel, is a common symbol in many cultures and represents several elements to the First Nations. The circle acknowledges the connectedness of everything in life, such as the four seasons, the four stages of life and the four winds, and it represents the continuous cycle and relationship of the seen and unseen, the physical and spiritual, birth and death, and the daily sunrise and sunset. The circle is divided into four coloured quadrants. The colours can vary, but the symbolism remains similar amongst the first peoples. The wheel moves in a clockwise direction, with the teachings always beginning at the yellow, or eastern, quadrant. These colours relate to teachings of the directions, seasons, elements, animals, plants, heavenly bodies and the stages of life.

Edmonton Public Library


Meet your neighbourhood librarian and participate in book-inspired activities

Work Nicer’s Street Office


Check out Work Nicer’s Coworking Area, complete with coffee!

Crunch Fitness


Meet the people helping folks get fit at the Crunch Fitness booth and join them at 2-3pm for their free fitness class, Step 360, a high-energy stomping and stepping class to try, free of charge

Green Zone

Al Fresco

Stroll amongst the eateries, sample their nibbles and sips on extended patios

  • deVine Wines & Spirits – Sample select fine wines at the in-store tasting
  • Ono Poke – A traditional Hawaiian Luau Pig Roast, providing a little piece of Hawaii in downtown Edmonton.
  • Credo Coffee – Sip on delicious coffee and people watch on the patio
  • Ramen Misoya – Give some ramen and Japaneses snacks a try
  • The Cavern – Be civilized and try some tasty cheeses and while enjoying the outdoor patio