Attracting visitors from near and far, the Steamboat Mountain Music Festival showcases both local talent and guest artists from across North America. In addition to live music and artist workshops, the festival includes a raffle, silent auction and duck race in support of the Steamboat Mountain Music Society's arts bursary program. Stay tuned for more information about our plans for 2022!
AN EVENT FOR THE VALLEY
OUR GOALS AND MISSION:
To advance the public’s appreciation of the arts by producing an annual or bi-annual music festival in Edgewater, British Columbia, and by providing a forum for qualified musicians to perform through participation in the festival.
To advance education by providing publicly available scholarships, bursaries, and other forms of financial assistance to individuals to be used for music education including workshops, music camps, courses, individual or group lessons, master classes, and college or university programs.
To advance education by offering music workshops/play shops to the public.
To undertake activities ancillary and incidental to the attainment of the aforementioned charitable purposes.
THE STEAMBOAT MOUNTAIN
John MacRobbie - Artistic Program Director
Anne Jardine - Administrative & Bursary Director
John Soby - Chair, MC
Emily Rawbon - Graphics & Advertising Director
Doug Diamond - Security Director
Patricia Dodich - Silent Auction Director
THE BOARD MEMBERS
The Steamboat Mountain Music Society is a Canadian registered charity. Donations of $20 or more are eligible for a tax receipt.
If you would like to support us and set up a donation, please click HERE.
SMMS is an equal opportunity society. Members do not engage in discrimination in hiring, compensation, access to training or services, promotion or termination based on race, colour, sex, national origin, religion, age, disability, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political affiliation, union membership, or veteran status.
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We would like to acknowledge the land on which we are learning, working and organizing is the traditional, ancestral and unceded territory of the Ktunaxa, Métis and Secwépemc Nations.