Special needs parking will be available at the highschool parking lot for the entire weekend.

If you live in town, please consider walking or biking to Four Seasons Park.

Parking is available at the Aquafit Centre parking lot. It takes approximately 10-20 minutes to walk into the Festival site from this location, and the links above lead to Google maps for planning the walk. **Please note earlier in the evening on Friday the Blues Run is using the Aquafit parking lot!

Please reserve the parking at Ecole Secondaire Beaumont Composite High School, 5417 43 Avenue, for those who are limited in mobility and not physically able to do the walk from the Aquafit.

The Main Entrance is located just off the fork of the walking paths in Four Season Park. It is the first entrance you will see if walking from the High School parking lot.

The Main Entrance is for ticket holders and to purchase your tickets. There will have a kiosk for you to buy right at the Main Gate. Please note that tickets bought at the gate are $125 and $65 respectively.

As we move around the fence and walking path towards the Spray Park, we will find the Musician’s Entrance and backstage area. No, you can’t enter there….unless you are a member of the band! Each band provides us with a list of who they are expecting and we prepare in advance for them.


There is RV camping in Beaumont at the Lions RV park, and there is paved walking paths right to the BBRF site! It is about a 10 minute walk. It is located at Gerry Patsula Park (50 St & south of 43 Ave,) is open all year and does not require bookings. It is $20 per night and includes picnic tables, gazebo, fire pit, barbeques, horse shoe pits, port-a-potties. Please note there are no hookups.

I am getting questions about tenting at the Lions RV Park. I would say the answer is “no” to tenting, as the RV Park is on the edge of Four Seasons Park, which is designated as a “day use” area. I did a quick Google search for camping areas around town, click for the results. Please note that the Google search is not an endorsement from the BBRF in regards to any of these camping sites.

Thanks ~ Maggie

We are pleased to say stay at The Executive Royal Hotel in Leduc-Nisku!


Other hotels can be found in the nearby cities of Leduc and Edmonton. The following links do not indicate an endorsement of any particular hotel

South Edmonton


We want to do what we can to ensure that everyone has a positive experience at the festival, both our guests and our artists. Therefore we have a few rules that need to be adhered to in order to ensure there are no negative experiences. Below is a list of items that are allowed and those not allowed at the Beaumont Blues and Roots Festival.

Please note that all bags and purses are subject to search on entry to the festival.

What Can I Bring?

  • Guests are encouraged to stay hydrated so please bring your own refillable water bottle. A FREE water station is provided on site. To ensure that there is only water in the bottles please bring them empty.
  • Chairs – Low back, short leg seating is allowed, please be courteous of other guests when setting up your seats.
  • Blankets, tarps, change of clothes – by all means come prepared to be comfortable we only ask that you are courteous to other guests and only occupy as much space as you need.
  • Umbrellas and rain gear – check the forecast and come prepared for the weather. We ask that umbrellas not be used as sunshades where they might interfere with other guest’s view of the stage.
  • Cameras – small portable cameras are allowed, no professional (removable lens) photography equipment will be allowed.
  • Sun screen / bug spray
  • We will be taking cash and credit cards at the Merchandise Tent. You will find band t-shirts, vinyl, CDs and other merchandise for sale there PLUS awesome gear as well! There will be an ATM on site.

What items are prohibited?

  • Glass containers – Absolutely NO glass containers to be brought on site. All bags subject to search on entry. Sealed baby food containers are acceptable.
  • PLEASE NO PETS – for the comfort and safety of all, please leave your pets at home. (Service animals are always welcome)
  • Alcohol – our liquor permit only allows for the consumption of liquor purchased on site. Guests will be searched on entry and violators may be asked to leave.
  • Non-prescription drugs
  • Professional Cameras – if it has a removable lens please leave it at home.
  • Audio / Video recording devices – recording of the show will not be permitted.
  • Laser pointers
  • Fireworks
  • Weapons of any kind
  • Vaping or vaping paraphernenia

All bags will be searched – so please ensure your entry to the Festival by respecting the list above and a great time will be had by all!

We love gathering during our three days together at The Beaumont Blues & Roots Festival and want the experience to be safe and fun for all!

We have two levels of Security on site:

Our Volunteer Security team are all trained in the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) ProTect program and they are there to help everyone stay safe while having a wonderful time at our Festival. You can identify them by the bright yellow or black t-shirts with “Security” marked on the back.

We also employ professional security that our volunteers are trained to contact them if there is fun getting out of hand. Our professional security will be checking bags as you enter the Festival grounds. They will determine if law enforcement needs to be called into a situation if the need arises.

First Aid will be available at the Volunteer Tent near the Main Gate. We will have a kit on hand. Some volunteers and professional security staff will be on site who are trained in First Aid. Need help and cannot get to the tent yourself? Please tell one of our volunteers or uniformed professional security staff, they will be able to assist!