K-Days might not be possible this year but there is no reason why we cannot Celebrate Summer and all that our vibrant community has to offer. As a summer fair, we strive to reflect the life and times of those around us. To showcase amazing entrepreneurs, interesting Edmontonians, and bring some joy and good memories to the community.
Current events have disrupted our community in many ways. These changes have had a significant impact on community businesses, events, and citizens. This year, since we cannot gather in our usual way, we cannot bring our exhibitors, food vendors, musical acts, cultural and creative programs to one central spot to have a shared experience.
Instead of visiting the fair in person, we hope to bring the spirit of the fair to you throughout the summer.
Follow us on social at @kdaysyeg on Twitter or Instagram, or K-Days Edmonton on Facebook for a celebration throughout the summer and share your K-Days memories with us by using the hashtag #kdaysyeg and tagging us in your posts!
Benjamin Williams shares his journey through growing as a musician and supporting local artists.
Chris Hammer was a contestant in the 2019 K-Days Talent Search. We caught up with him to find out what he’s been up to since the competition.
After competing in many competitions, including the K-Days Talent Search, Kat offers up her suggestions to other artists hoping to follow her path.
Since winning the 2017 K-Days Youth Talent Search, Hailey Benedict has performed at the Big Valley Jamboree, opened for Doc Walker, and done so much more. We caught up with this talented local musician to find out what has happened since 2017.
We caught up with K-Days Talent Search contestant David Unsworth to see how things are going for the talented musician who competed in 2018.
For over 15 years, the fireworks you see at the end of the evening during K-Days have been crafted by Dan Roy, owner and operator of Big Bang Fireworks Inc. Read the full Q&A!