Saturday, September 24

Saturday September 24


The Experience

Date & Location

The 2023 edition of LUNA Festival takes place September 22-23, spread out on the streets, alleyways, and venues of downtown Revelstoke, BC. 

What is LUNA Festival?

LUNA Festival of Nocturnal Art and Wonder is Revelstoke’s leading arts festival, a weekend-long celebration of art and energy in the downtown streets of Revelstoke.
LUNA is divided into:

1. LUNA Sound | Sept. 22
2. LUNA Arts | Sept. 23

What is LUNA Arts?

On Saturday, September 23rd (6:00 PM – 11:00 PM), LUNA ARTS will present over 40 mind-blowing extravaganzas of installation art, interactive performances, and Art Allery discoveries spread across Revelstoke’s downtown core. This is a free, public, family-friendly event for all to enjoy. 

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Do I need tickets for every day?

Tickets are only required for Friday evening’s LUNA Sound. LUNA Arts, on Saturday, is free and open to all ages. 

How to get involved

Can I volunteer or work for Luna Festival?

Thank you for your interest in getting involved with LUNA Festival. LUNA is fuelled by dedicated and passionate staff and volunteers. Working and volunteering for the festival is an opportunity to foster connections, learn new skills, and be a valuable member of this creative community festival. We will be posting sign-up forms in summer 2023 for you to let us know your availability, skillset, and why you would make a great LUNA Ambassador!

What kind of commitment are you looking for?

We are currently looking for both volunteers (pre and post-festival) and paid staff (during the festival) who can commit to 1-4 days of work, 4-8 hours per day (this will depend on the position).

What kind of positions are available?

There’s a variety of roles including set-up/set-down, art team (decoration/signage), venue staff (doors/ticketing), bartending, artist relations, LUNA Art hosts, transportation, and more. 

Safety / Accessibility

Toilet Locations

We will have several outhouses spread throughout downtown. There are also public washrooms next to the Grizzly Plaza parking lot.


Dogs and other pets will not be allowed on the grounds of LUNA Arts. However, service pets will be allowed.

First Aid

If you have a small injury, please approach staff at one of the 5 info tents. If it’s something more serious, please call 911.

Harm Reduction

We will have a harm reduction tent set up next to the city hall (2nd Street and MacKenzie Avenue). 

There will be a couple of art installations with trigger warnings. If you need assistance, please make your way to our harm reduction tent or you can call the Residential Schools Crisis Support line at 1 800 721 0066

Where do I put my trash?

LUNA Festival strives to keep the streets of Revelstoke clean. We have Strategically placed extra trash and recycling bins around the city. Please remember to leave-no-trace, and encourage a safe environment for your community members. 

Getting here

Bike / Walk

We will have several points of entrance throughout downtown Revelstoke. We highly recommend that you bike or walk downtown, as many downtown streets will be closed off and parking will be very limited. There will be many bike parking options available downtown, just remember to bring your bike lock!


There will be no designated parking spots available for LUNA. If you must drive, people with disabilities can park at the Grizzly Plaza. Otherwise, you can try parking on Victoria Street (RV/Trailer parking on the side where the train is) or you might need to park your vehicle a few blocks away and walk in. Please be respectful of residents and business owners when finding a parking space for your vehicle. 

We strongly recommend walking, biking, or dancing your way downtown.

What to bring?

Please bring your government-issued I.D, your wristband, and cash (if you’d like to purchase alcohol at the shows)

Please dress for the weather as this time of the year can mean rain and even below-freezing temperatures. That being said, this is a festival after all… Let’s see you bring out the funkiest festive attire and become part of LUNA magic! 

What not to bring?

Please remember that LUNA festival is happening in public space and normal laws will apply. For a reminder, prohibited items will include alcohol, illegal substances, weapons, fireworks/flares,  fire-dancing equipment, etc.

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