Article via Edmonton Made | Written by Paul Blinov
If it had happened 20 years ago, Edmonton’s newest music festival could have been one of the biggest concerts of the ‘90s.
The one-day Soundtrack Music Festival is bringing some of the biggest throwback acts of the recent past — The Goo Goo Dolls, TLC, Blind Melon and Eve 6, to name a few — to Kinsmen Park. It’s a family-friendly outdoor concert, welcoming music-seeking audiences into the green heart of the city, while seeking to double as a fundraiser for the Kinsmen Club of Edmonton.
IT'S ABOUT THE FOOD, THE MUSIC AND THE PEOPLE
A place where tastebuds sing, customer service is dancing and always in-tune, and guests tend to smile. We crave to put music in the heart...the heart of our shows, the heart of our service, the heart of our guests, and the heart of our city.
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