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A Vibrant Scene.

Live music, festivals, exhibitions, performances, and a wealth of arts and cultural experiences can be found year-round.

Arts & Culture

Come experience some of the most vibrant Arts & Culture in BC.

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From live music, festivals, exhibitions, and performances, Revelstoke has it all. Beautiful scenery, friendly people, and a wealth of arts and cultural experiences can be found year-round.

We are the only place in British Columbia to have a street festival that runs more than 60 consecutive nights of free live music from June-August. Check out the lineup here!

Check out the Saturday Farmers Market in Grizzly Plaza (May – October) – an incredible mix of high quality local food, arts, crafts, and clothing. The 275 seat Revelstoke Performing Arts Centre plays host to live concerts, theatre, dance, spoken word, film and speakers. For an evening out on the town, catch a flick at the historical Roxy Theatre. If you’re seeking to immerse yourself in the local arts and culture scene, check out what’s on at the Revelstoke Visual Arts Centre. On the first Friday evening of every month (March – December), there are opening receptions where you can meet the artists featured in the current exhibit.

In the fall, the streets are alive with art and energy for the annual LUNA Festival. The 2nd annual event kicks off on September 29th, 2018. Visit their website for details!

Revelstoke Arts & Culture FAQs:

Where can I go to experience or purchase local Revelstoke Art?

The Revelstoke Art Gallery holds monthly exhibitions from March-December, with an opening reception on the first Friday each month. The Revelstoke Art First! Gallery showcases a treasure trove of exciting art created by local artists.

Where can I find more information about Revelstoke Arts & Culture?

The Revelstoke Arts Council is hard at work bringing world class performances here year round to our new world class Performing Arts Centre. Tickets for all performances are available at the Revelstoke Visitor Centre.