This event is a family-friendly celebration of music, art, and community. Let’s honour this land, our neighbours, and ourselves with respect and care!

Festival Dates: July 26 – 28, 2024

Festival Site Location: Fraser River Heritage Park, 7494 Mary St, Mission, BC [map it]

Contact Us: Email: Tel: 604-309-6079

Parking Lot: opens Friday @ 3:00pm, Sat & Sun @ 10:00am
Camping Gate: opens Friday @ 3:00pm
Box Office: Friday @ 3.00pm – 9:00pm, Sat & Sun @ 10:30am – 9:00pm
Festival Site Gates: Friday @ 4.30pm, Sat & Sun @ 10:30am – 11:00pm
Artisan Market & Food Vendors: Friday @ 4:30pm – 9:00pm, Sat & Sun @ 11:00am – 9:00pm
Bistro (Beer Garden): ages 19+ with ID Friday @ 5:00pm – 10:30pm, Sat & Sun 12:00pm – 10:30pm
Daystages: Sat & Sun 11:00am – 5:00pm
Mainstage: Fri, Sat & Sun 5:30pm – 11:00pm
Wee Folks Areas: Sat & Sun 12:00pm – 4:00pm

By Donation, Minimum suggested $5.00 per day

Commuting to the festival on two wheels? We’ll have a bike lockup for you inside the festival grounds.! 
Please bring your own lock and you’ll be able to secure your bike on site. *Bikes stored at patrons’ own risk.


One of the best parts of Mission Folk is the community camping and sleeping under the stars in our beautiful park setting.
Tickets can be purchased in conjunction with weekend passes.

A couple of key things to know:

  • We are a family friendly campground
  • Weekend pass required, proof of purchase must be displayed at time of arrival.
  • You must be 19 years of age to purchase camping, ID will be required at the gates.
  • Minors under 19 must be accompanied and supervised by a parent/legal guardian (19+ years of age).
  • Registration on-site is required.
  • Tents, trailers, car camping all permitted
  • No in-and-outs. Your vehicle stays in the parking lot or the campground. Safety first!
  • Quiet hours are enforced. (No one wants tired performers or audience members)
  • PLEASE NOTE – NO CAMPFIRES (wood-burning, propane etc) are permitted on site.

Camping placement is on a first come, first serve basis for individual sites.

Every year we curate a wonderful market of 20+ excellent local and regional artisans. You’ll find festival favourites and new treasures to take home – check back in June for full details about our 2024 artisans.

Check back in June for our full food vendor roster, and know that we do our best to have something for everyone’s food preferences.

We are trying to reduce the use of disposable drink containers on site. We’d love your help with this. Please bring your own water bottle and refill at our potable water station.

Mission Folk Music Festival encourages everyone to leave the park in better condition than we/they found it. To do this, we do not sell single use plastic bottles. We have recycling and compost stations located throughout the site, and provide a water station for patrons to fill their water bottles. We ask that our patrons stay on established trails if out walking and to remember to pack-it-in/pack-it-out. 

In addition to the artisan market & food vendors, please also take time to stop by and chat with amazing people staffing the community booths. We appreciate all of the hard work they put into making our community a better place! Check back in June for a full list of Community partners joining us in July 2024.

There is something for everyone at Festival Central.

  • First Aid
  • Information Booth
  • Lost Kids and Families
  • Merchandise (Artists & Festival)
  • Raffle
  • Parent supplies (Diapers and wipes)
  • ATM
  • Donation Station

We have a team of licensed first aid professionals on site to care for our community. Please remember your sunscreen!

We have accessible porta-potties and hand washing stations located throughout the site.

We LOVE animals but for the safety and enjoyment of all of our patrons, animals are not permitted at the festival site unless they are registered service animals and have the appropriate identification.

  • Water bottle –. Be sure to bring your own water bottle from home and fill up on cool and clean water
  • Food & snacks – Bring your own snacks or buy from any of our delicious food vendors. Coolers are permitted. No alcoholic beverages are allowed
  • Clothing for all weather – This includes wearing bugspray and sunscreen. In addition to hats for share or keeping your dry, remember hoodies, raincoats, and boots in case of inclement weather. Check the weather forecast before you come!
  • Cellphones – Use your phone to access the Festival program, connect with friends, and snap some great memories. #mfmf2024 (No Wifi on site)
  • A chair or blanket/tarp – Chairs no taller than two feet and 8’x10’ tarps are welcome towards the front of the audience area. Chairs taller than two feet and wheelchairs go towards the rear of the audience area
  • Backpack or cart/wagon – Bring a backpack/cart/wagon to carry all your necessities around from stage to stage. Please be prepared to have them checked at the festival entrances
  • For Campers – Check out the dropdown menu above to prepare for your three day Festival home
  • Glass products
  • Household furniture
  • Drones
  • Unauthorized generators
  • Pets (service dogs welcome)
  • Commercial vending
  • BBQs, firepits, or campfires (propane or otherwise)
  • Illegal drugs, firearms/weapons
  • Candles and other flammable items
  • Alcohol (on the Festival site)

Mission Folk Music Festival Society is committed to providing a safe and harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, ability, physical appearance, size, race, or religion. We ask that all participants (artists, vendors, volunteers, staff, and audience) support this experience through their time and activities at the Festival.  

We depend on the participation of attendees, guests, and volunteers to cultivate a secure environment where everyone can relish the Festival experience. Clarity and preparedness ensure that everyone enjoys a fun and laid-back atmosphere.

Questions may be directed to the Executive Director at

Huge shoutout & heartfelt thanks to our amazingly talented volunteer team of photographers who help us capture the essence and experience of our festival. And of course, to our team of 300+ volunteers, without whom none of the magic could happen!

Those mountains in the background of our 2024 poster might look a little familiar. Mission Folk is delighted to work with local artist Brana Figueira to incorporate her art into this year’s poster design.

Brana is an illustrator and surface pattern designer who works in both digital and ink mediums. She highlights the landscape and geography of the natural world in her designs with a sense of whimsy and humour.

To see more of Brana’s art, please visit

Branacadabra Designs provides evocative, whimsical images for surface pattern licensing, art prints, and custom commissions that capture the desires of clientele from around the world.