The Pepsi Main Stage is the heart of High Notes. Watch the Great Hall transform as three incredible bands take to the main stage.
Renowned for their high energy shows and vast musical depth, 2018 JUNO Award nominees, The Jerry Cans, will have you dancing the night away with their folk pop sounds that bring life in Canada's Arctic North to the stage. Known for her powerful vocals and vivid storytelling, Diyet & The Love Soldiers will captivate you with their raw and beautiful sound. While BC duo Tiger Moon kick off the show with their toe tapping, finger snapping rhythms, heartfelt melodies and a good dose of bluegrass and country rock.
Choose from two types of tickets: General Admission $40 or VIP $80. VIP tickets offer prime seating, welcome drink, gourmet charcuterie platter, access to a private bar and free entry into the T-Bar & Grill late night session after the show. bar. General Admission will be a mix of standing and non-reservable seating. If you wish to guarantee a seat please purchase VIP tickets. Only 50 VIP tickets are available. This is an all ages event. Children 12 years and under are free in the General Admission area only.
Touted as Alberta's best roots, rock/soul group, The Frontiers will kick off the festival alongside East Coast powerhouse, the Derina Harvey Band. Bring your dancing shoes. We'll be partying into the early hours.
Tickets are $15 and can only be purchased at the door. The T-Bar & Grill is 19+ after 9PM.
Take a break from the slopes and stop by one of our Après Sessions for a chance to sip on something while getting an even better taste of the festival's purely Canadian lineup. These short, teaser sessions are performed by our favourite festival artists. Entry to the sessions are free and open to all ages. Admission is on a first-come first-served basis.
Looking to stay overnight? Ski-in ski-out accommodation is just steps away. To find the right place, visit our lodging.
Every year we kick off the festival with a feast. This year, Ken Lavigne’s smooth vocals and unending charm adds to the perfect pairing of music, food and wine as he takes center stage at this intimate four-course dinner at Restaurant elevenFIFTY. Lavigne’s operatic origins, form the inspiration behind the sumptuous menu created by Panorama Executive Chef Steven Doucet and the Restaurant elevenFIFTY team. The menu features modern Italian classics with each dish perfectly paired with wine from Italy by sommelier David Auer.
Tickets cost $109 + tax and include music, four courses and wine pairing. Only 65 seats are available for this event. Ticket holders must be 19+.
Course One: Anti pasti board
Marinated artichokes, kalamata tapenade, pickled asparagus, salumi and formaggi, grilled sourdough
Paired with Prosecco, Santa Margarita
Course Two: Tagliatelle alla Genovese
Pine nut pesto, asparagus, grand Padano, housemade tagliatelle pasta
Paired with Pinot Grigio 2016, Anterra
Course Three: Filetto
Wild mushrooms, roasted babby potatoes, red wine au jus
Paired with Rompicollo, Sangiovese & Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015, Tommasi
Mascarpone cheese, espresso and rim lady finger biscuits, cocoa powder
Paired with Nonino Amaro