PHOTOS: Snapshots from ArtsWells 2019

Al Simmons performs on the Sunset Theatre stage. Ronan O’Doherty photo
Daniel McKell and his daughter Moira perform on the Cookie Cottage stage. Ronan O’Doherty photo
Edo Alfredo and Danilo Moreno perform in the Downstairs Hall. Lindsay Chung photo
Dan Bern paints a mini mural Sunday during ArtsWells. Lindsay Chung photo
Fallsway performs in the Wells Hotel Pub. Ronan O’Doherty photo
Rae Spoon performs on the BGM Outdoor Stage. Ronan O’Doherty photo
Carly Nabess of Terrace paints a mini mural at ArtsWells. Lindsay Chung photo
Megan McDonald; Kristopher Schmidt; Vinnie Schmidt, who is two; and Tony Schmidt, who is four-and-a-half, from Agassiz enjoy a meal at ArtsWells. Lindsay Chung photo
Katy from Luxarose in Quesnel sells her small-batch, handmade clothing at ArtsWells. Lindsay Chung photo
A spontaneous jam and sing-along at ArtsWells. Ronan O’Doherty photo

From the performers and vendors to the music fans and campers, there was a lot of colour and good cheer at ArtsWells this year. Even a power outage on Friday night (Aug. 2) couldn’t put a damper on the festival, as the performers continued playing and dancing by the light of cellphones and flashlights to create a memorable experience.

READ MORE: WATCH NOW: ArtsWells 2019 thrives despite Friday night power outage



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