The festival celebrating a French-Canadian classic dish returns to Sudbury Aug. 24-26 with Poutine Fest hitting Bell Park.
The inaugural Sudbury Poutine Fest, which drew over 21,000 people over the festival weekend makes its return and organizers have expanded programming while moving the event to Bell Park at 900 Paris St, Sudbury.
This year's event features multiple poutine vendors servings a wide variety of poutine options, whom will be sourcing most of their ingredients locally.
Patrons can also indulge in arts, crafts, axe throwing, a kids-zone, face painting, live music and evening headliner concerts featuring Friday night country headliner Jason Blaine, and Saturday night classic-rock headliners Goddo with special guests The Kings.
Saturday night of Poutine Fest is host to an 80’s themed party that will award best 80’s outfits, with a number of prizes including an iPad.
Admission to the food and licensed entertainment grounds is only $2 before 8 p.m. (free for children 12 and under), $5 thereafter for evening headliner concerts.
Evening concerts are 19+ after 8pm. An optional VIP reserved seating upgrade for evening concerts is also available on the festivals website.
For full festival details, visit www.SudburyPoutineFest.ca