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Badlands Boogie 3 Music Festival

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East Coulee

Drumheller, AB T0J

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3rd Annual Badlands Boogie

Fundraiser Event to Save The East Coulee Truss Bridge

September Long Weekend, September 1st to 4th, 2017
Picture Coulee, Drumheller Valley, Alberta, Canada


3 Days of Live Music and Camping at Picture Coulee

Picture Coulee has been called one of the most beautiful badland landscapes located in the Unesco World Heritage sites of Drumheller, Alberta, Canada. The Festival site boasts incredible views of ravines, hoodoos, hiking trails and photography landscapes. This historic 7,000 acre, 100 plus year old fifth generation family ranch has donated their beautiful property for this worthy event. Approximately 200 organic naturally raised cattle and 200 unbroken horses descended from the Coal Mine Pit Ponies roam freely, the Old Fashioned Way.

Badlands Boogie 3

Featuring homegrown talent of original music, the performers are more than just musicians, they are minstrels. Performances are packed with great music, stories from the road and recollections of the origins and inspiration of the songs.

Check out the Daily Headline Acts

Friday - Lori Kole Band - Country Music Recording Star

Saturday - Craig Moreau Band - Americana Country Alternative

Sunday - Sonny Rhodes - Legendary Blues Recording Artist

  • Bands, Solo Music Performers and more will perform 3 days, Friday through Sunday
  • Performer Line Up will be listed on our Facebook Page
  • Performance Times - Friday 6pm to Midnight, Sat./Sun 2pm to Midnight - To Be Confirmed

Supporting The East Coulee Truss Bridge Foundation

100% of Festival Pass sales is being donated to the fund to save and restore the East Coulee Truss Bridge. The bridge is the last remaining wooden Howe Tress train, vehicle and pedestrian bridge in Western Canada. National Trust for Canada has named this bridge as number 3 on their list of the top 10 heritage sites in danger of being lost that have a proud history of our past.

FESTIVAL PASSES

  • 3 day Festival Pass - $50.00
  • Friday Only Festival Pass - $15.00
  • Saturday or Sunday Only Festival Pass - $30.00
  • 3 night on site Camping Pass (per person) - $20.00

Camping is on the festival site and located on top of the rolling prairie at the edge of Picture Coulee, the music Festival site, with unmatched views of the ravines, hoodoos and coulees. You can take advantage of beautiful scenery and photography landscapes and enjoy a view like no other place on earth. Almost 2 or 3 times a day the wild horses gallop by the site, a breathtaking experience.

At midnight join us on the festival site for Gypsy Campfire and sing along with various festival artists playing and singing around the fire.

  • Camping Entry opens at Noon Thursday, August 31st
  • Camping Closes at 6 pm Monday, September 4th
  • Wrist bands for the appropriate ticket will be issued on entry
  • Camping sites are not designated and are on a first come basis
  • Campfires are allowed throughout the camping area in fire pits only (bring your own fire pit and wood)
  • Two Children 12 and under are FREE with a purchase of each Festival Pass
  • The Festival is PET FRIENDLY, however, your pet must be well behaved, crowd friendly and kept under control at all times. Festival Organizers reserve the right to evict any attendees with pets that are not well behaved at the discretion of the organizers.
  • Camping quiet time is 12:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. each night, no excessive noise or running generators in the camping area during quiet time. Festival Organizers reserve the right to evict individuals or groups who violate quiet time rules.

Facilities

  • Rustic Camping is open area and accommodates Tenting to Trailers and RV's
  • Porta-potties, wash stations and garbage disposal bins are provided on site
  • Fresh water available on site at no charge
  • Campfires are allowed throughout the camping area (bring your own firewood and fire pit)
  • Picnic Tables available for shared camping use
  • Food Trucks on site

Directions

  • From Drumheller drive East on Highway 10 past East Coulee for 3 km to the Atlas Coal Mine Exit
  • Follow the Festival Signs to the Site
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East Coulee

Drumheller, AB T0J

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