From magnificent meals to delightful desserts to brilliant beers, Coulee Fest has plenty of options to tickle the tastebuds of all attendees.
All members of the southern Alberta community are invited to join in the fun on Lethbridge College’s campus from 1 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, to mark the start of a new academic year with live music, food trucks, beer gardens and a wide range of activities for people of all ages, including children.
This year, the college has partnered with Hudsons Canada’s Pub to host the always-popular beer gardens. The expanded beer gardens offer a great view of the stage and are open throughout the entire festival, from 1 to 7 p.m.
Food lovers will have plenty of options as 16 food trucks will be serving at Coulee Fest. Including both familiar favourites and some Coulee Fest newcomers, there is something for everyone of all ages.
Food trucks coming to Coulee Fest include: Coolee Treats, Coulee Dogs and Dough, Cuppers Coffee, Dylan's Piggyback Poutinerie, The Hawaiian Burger Truck, Hickory Street, Jerrys Pop Shop, Kona Ice, Ma and Pa's BBQ, Macs and Custard, Patter Perogies Poutine and Pie, Santeria Taco Truck, Swirls Ice Cream, Taco Love, The Tail-Gator and West Winds Kettle Corn.
Food trucks will be on-site and serving throughout the entire day, from 1 to 7 p.m.
All of this and more takes place at Coulee Fest on Saturday at Lethbridge College. Admission is free and attendees can take in live music, interactive program showcases, family fun areas, a special edition of Prairie Made Market, and a sustainability contest sponsored by Lethbridge College’s AgENT program. The day will conclude with headlining sets from up-and-coming Canadian country stars Lemon Cash at 6 p.m. and Hailey Benedict at 4:45 p.m. on the 1st Choice Savings Stage.
Learn more at couleefest.ca.