This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend Edmonton’s own YEGFest presented by the Creative Clubhouse. YEGFest is a two day celebration of local music, talent and creative arts all with a purpose to bring locals together and create social networks in the city. This annual festival was held at the Hawrelak Park Ampitheatre where locals can grab food, drink beer and watch local musicians woo the crowd with their visual performances. If you were unable to come on Friday, you could always catch the last of the vibes on Saturday. It was my first time attending YEG Fest and I wanted to make every moment count. Upon entering the venue, I went to greet a few friends who were promoting their creative work at a few tables off to the side. At one table, you had Ty Zahr promoting his brand Golde Clothing, a streetwear brand here in Edmonton. He even took the time to show me the 3M Anorak Windbreaker that glows in the dark, check it out here if you want proof! At the table next to him, you had Jim Duggin and Patricc Cees of Cannibal Kings showing off their monsterous-looking drawings of Mike Tyson, David Bowie and the Infamous Jordan 1 Chicago sneaker. Among the musical talent were performances by Adam Johan, K-Riz, Homeshake, The Velveteins, Mitchmatic and Boosh. Overall, YEG Fest was a night filled with musical vibes, grafitti, and an endless supply of mini donuts. The good thing about this event is that if you can’t attend one day, you always have the second day to catch the last of the musical acts. For more information on YEG Fest, click here to view their website. Big shoutout to Creative Clubhouse for bringing locals together to celebrate an evening of music and creative expression. Can’t wait to see what local talent you have in store for next year! Let the good vibes roll!