Yellowknife and the Folk On The Rocks Music Festival are your gateway to the North! While planning your trip to Folk On The Rocks you may want to consider some of the local sites and activities.
Folker approved activities:
Looking for a place to stay?
Fred Henne Territorial Park and Campground is just down the road!
Or if you are looking for something a little cushier try one of our partner hotels:
Looking for the whole package? Try Touch the Arctic Tours!
The magic all takes place on the sandy shores of Long Lake, just 5km outside the city of Yellowknife. Once inside the official Festival gates you will have access to over 24 hours of programming, on five stages, International cuisines with everything from Thai food to tacos, to bannock, and more!
Other onsite attractions include the beaches of Long Lake (wear your swimsuit!) the official FOTR Merch Booth, plenty of picnic tables, local art installations and murals, artisan crafters and non-profit organizations and much more!
On each of our five stages you will find unique and interesting programming, there is something here for everyone! The stages:
Canadian North Main Stage
Lawson Lundell LLP Beer Garden Stage
Lil' Folkers Stage presented by DT Electric
CBC Aurora stage
The City of Yellowknife will schedule a special route at a discounted rate for the 2017 Festival (see map here)
Bus Fare will be $2/Person, $5/Family and Free for Volunteers.
The bus will arrive at FOTR at approximately 55mins on the hour each hour and wait for 5 minutes before departing
After 12AM the bus will provide drop off service only (The bus will travel directly from School Draw parking lot to FOTR via the highway). The final three trips from FOTR will occur at 12:00AM , 12:45AM and 1:30AM
The tracking app “Find My Bus” will show the FOTR bus throughout the day
The bus route will be serviced by a High Floor bus (Bus will have no ramp access)
Big Guy Fries
Feed On The Rocks
One of Thai
The Fresh Squeeze
The Frozen Bowl
The Sweet Stop
Twin Pine Diner