The Heritage Amphitheatre is Western Canada’s largest outdoor amphitheatre. The landmark’s distinctive white canopy offers excellent acoustics and an open view of William Hawrelak Park It has fixed-seating for 1,100 patrons in the safety of a permanent structure with additional festival seating for 2,900 on attractively landscaped grassy slopes, for a comfortable capacity of 4,000 patrons.
Many of Edmonton’s Festivals make the Heritage Amphitheatre home, including The Free Will Shakespeare Festival, The Labatt Blues Festival, the Symphony under the Sky Festival and the Servus Heritage Festival. Each year over 50,000 visitors enjoy the unique natural and cultural setting this facility offers. The amphitheatre season runs May to September.
The Heritage Amphitheatre is a great live venue for music, theatre, and festivals. You can book the amphitheatre for weddings and events.