Tickets

Tickets for the Festival Fransaskois 2022 are on sale

  • online and
  • in-person at the Conseil culturel fransaskois.  

 


 

We are pleased to offer a 15% discount to spectators for packages* purchased before 5pm July 5th. Enter the promotional code FF22 when purchasing online. 

*Please note that this discount applies to the following tickets:

  • Weekend package,
  • Saturday package,
  • Friday concert, and
  • Saturday concert.

It is not valid for camping fees on the site or for free tickets.

 

13 years old and under  Free
14 to 18 years old Special AJF*Free
19 to 25 years old Special AJF*$25
Weekend pass $80  
Friday concert $25 
Saturday pass – activities and concert $55 
Saturday concert $35 
Camping by lot (max. 2 tents / lot)   $10 / night  
Camping (trailer or tent-trailer with access to water and electricity) $20 / night 
Weekend pass for groups of more than 10 people  $65 / person 
Saturday pass – activities and concert for groups of more than 10 people  $45 / person  

*Association jeunesse fransaskoise

+Plus fees

Concert 2019

Location

For the first time since 2019, the Festival fransaskois will be held in person at Pike Lake Provincial Park, located 20 minutes south of Saskatoon.

Pike Lake Access Passes:   

Each vehicle entering Pike Lake Provincial Park must pay a daily, weekend or seasonal access fee.   

Access to the site will cost you $10 per day or $25 for the weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday). 

Camping

The Festival Fransaskois has reserved camping lots for tents and trailers at a reduced price for festival-goers. The cost for tents is $10 per night per lot*. You can install a maximum of 2 tents on the same lot. The cost for trailers and tent-trailers is $20 per night*. This includes access to electricity and water.  

 

Camping by lot (max. 2 tents / lot)   $10 / night  
Camping (trailer or tent-trailer with access to water and electricity) $20 / night 

*Cost includes access to the site for one car per lot, per night and no other service other than access to washrooms and showers. Generators are not permitted at the site. 

Download the camping map here.

Pike Lake Prov Park_Carte du camping

Important information

Conditions and rules of good conduct to follow for a good festival!  
  • The Festival fransaskois is a bilingual event for all ages.  
  • Each ticket corresponds to one (1) barcode that can only be scanned once. Once the ticket has been scanned, the entry is saved and the ticket becomes invalid.  
  • All festival-goers must wear a bracelet matching their purchase.  
  • Ticket prices include access to all workshops, games, shows, etc. and include taxes, if applicable.  
  • Festival-goers are responsible for the costs associated with their meals and drinks. 
  • Children under 13 years of age (with proof) are admitted free of charge.  
  • The festival will take place rain or shine. However, activities and shows may be moved in case of extreme weather conditions.  
  • Programming may be subject to change.  
  • Please respect the premises and layout and keep them clean at all times.  
  • No photographs or recordings are permitted for commercial purposes. All photographers must be accredited by the Festival management. Professional cameras or any other recording equipment must be authorized in writing by the Festival management in advance.  
  • Only supervised dogs on leash are allowed. It is up to the owners to pick up after them, in order to leave a clean and pleasant environment. Dogs left unattended can lead to the removal of owners.  
  • We encourage you to bring folding chairs to sit down and blankets.  
  • No act of violence, intimidation, harassment or racism will be tolerated. This will lead to immediate removal. 
  • By their presence, festival-goers/spectators recognize and accept they can be photographed by our official photographer. They acknlowledge their image may be captured as part of a video recording for promotional purposes or for broadcast on television. However, they can tell the photographer/cameraman that they do not want to be photographed/videotaped. This rule also applies to minors. It is the responsibility of the accompanying adult to mention to the photographer/cameraman their desire not to appear on photos or videos.   
  • All campers are committed to knowing and respecting the rules and conditions of Pike Lake Provincial Park. 
  • Children must always be accompanied by an adult in the play areas. 

Programming

08

July 8, 2022

Main Stage

The Winston Band is a unique Montreal band that fuses rock with zydeco, Cajun and French-Canadian influences. Inspired by different music from French-speaking America, the quintet mixes cultures and eras seamlessly to create a doubly “original” sound, one that is both focused on its chosen roots and on a national stage where it stands out. The band’s repertoire includes many compositions as well as traditional pieces from Louisiana, Quebec and elsewhere. The powerful sound of the diatonic accordion, supported by a typical formation of “new zydeco,” electrifies the audience and ensures a warm and festive atmosphere perfect for dancing. 

De Saint-Boniface à Hollywood, en passant par Toronto et Montréal, Micheline mène une longue et fructueuse carrière. En tant qu’humoriste, comédienne et animatrice, cette Franco-Manitobaine compte une quinzaine de saisons de télé, au-delà de 250 épisodes. 

Dans les dernières années Micheline a participé à la captation télé D’un rire à l’autre co-produite par Juste pour rire et UNIS.tv. De plus, on peut voir sur TFO et YouTube les capsules humour Guide Micheline des F.H.Q, qui comportent une série de sketchs et de vox pop, incluant ses personnages fétiches tels que Chantal Hébert analyste politique et autres personnages francos hors Québec. Depuis une quinzaine d’années, Mlle Marchildon remplit les salles de spectacles des festivals comme le Festival de l’humour de Winnipeg, le CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival, et les Fringe Festivals de Montréal, Winnipeg et Toronto. 

Depuis la pandémie, Micheline fait des spectacles virtuels. Elle offre 45 minutes de son spectacle solo FRENCH’ER HORS QUÉBEC, ou FHQ! 

Highlighting Fransaskois Artists

The Winston Band is a unique Montreal band that fuses rock with zydeco, Cajun and French-Canadian influences. Inspired by different music from French-speaking America, the quintet mixes cultures and eras seamlessly to create a doubly “original” sound, one that is both focused on its chosen roots and on a national stage where it stands out. The band’s repertoire includes many compositions as well as traditional pieces from Louisiana, Quebec and elsewhere. The powerful sound of the diatonic accordion, supported by a typical formation of “new zydeco,” electrifies the audience and ensures a warm and festive atmosphere perfect for dancing. 

08

Large Stage

Winston Band

8:15pm & 9:45pm

Winston Band

Micheline Marchildon

9 pm

Micheline Marchildon

Concert 2019

9:30 pm

Highlighting Fransaskois Artists

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09

July 9, 2022

Side Field

Old-Fashioned Games and Historical Role-Playing Game 

Presented by Société Historique de la Saskatchewan

Social and Recreational Intergenerational Activities

Presented by Vitalité 55+

Live Collective Art Piece Creation 

Presented by Deez Art (Diana Ntibandetse)


  • All are welcome to participate.

Back terrace

Circus show with acrobatics and juggling with Lyne Gosselin and her troop.

Presented by Cirquetastic


  • General Audience
  • Duration: 30 minutes

Lively and Musical Workshop

A musical hodgepodge to introduce participants to body percussion, the creation of songs and auditory stories through original materials, daily objects, and body sounds. 

Learn how to make music with almost nothing at all!

Presented by Cirquetastic


  • For 7-12-year-old
  • Duration: 45 minutes

Circus show with acrobatics and juggling with Lyne Gosselin and her troop.

Presented by Cirquetastic


  • General Audience
  • Duration: 30 minutes

Regina ABAHEBERA Drummers is a cultural group of the Regina Burundian Community (BCR Inc) established in 2018. The group is composed of about ten drummers of various ages, from Burundi. They all live in Regina, some have lived there for over 15 years, and some have been born there. Regina’s ABAHEBERA drum group actively participates in the cultural life of Saskatchewan and Western Canada where they are regularly invited to major events including Canada Day in Regina (2019), Festival fransaskois (2019), Regina Folk Fest (2019), Assiniboia Cultural Festival (2019), AfriCa Fest of Victoria, British Columbia (2022), etc. They are looking forward to returning to the Festival fransaskois stage after more than two years of the pandemic. They bring a positive energy and an electrifying atmosphere, characteristics of their rhythmic, captivating and memorable performance. 

Presented by the Regina Burundian Community (BCR Inc)


  • General Audience
  • Duration: 45 minutes

BOOTHS

Concerts, poetry, music

Presented by Entr’Elles

Plein feux sur la musique fransaskoise – Highlighting Fransaskois Artists

Presented by the Association jeunesse fransaskoise

Group Launch of Four Books Published by Éditions de la Nouvelle plume in 2022

Presented by the Éditions de la nouvelle plume 

09

9th July Concert

Main Stage

Prairie Comeau

7 pm

Prairie Comeau

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8 pm

La Fête des générations

Hay Babies

9:30 pm

Hay Babies

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