The Nutrien Fireworks Festival will once again light up Saskatoon’s night skies in September.
The 2021 theme is Strengthening Community Connections celebrating front-line workers on Friday, September 3 and Indigenous and Metis community on Saturday, September 4.
The night skies will be lit with fireworks choreographed to music each night at 9:30 p.m. You are encouraged to use public transit or ride your bicycles. Please visit the event COVID-19 Page to learn about the health and safety protocols.
Nutrien Fireworks Festival Includes Exciting Activities
Activities will happen in River Landing on Spadina Crescent between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, River Landing Amphitheatre, the Traffic Bridge and Rotary Park.
Rotary Park will be filled with fun and exciting things to do. There will be an SGI Safety Fair and an SGI Family Fun Zone which includes: Facepainting, Pony Rides, a Petting Zoo, and more! This year will also include an amazing Art Village, a place where attendees can browse locally made goods from local art vendors! While there, check out the SGI Safety Fair. Click Here for more information! There’s something for everyone!
Don’t miss the Sparkler Social! Relax and enjoy this spectacular end of summer celebration from the Alt Hotel overlooking the South Saskatchewan River – a fantastic spot to watch the Nutrien Fireworks Festival! Tickets are available for: Friday September 3rd, & Saturday September 4th, 2021 – $65 Each or 8 for $470. Each ticket includes entertainment by Katelyn Lehner on Friday and Jay Semko on Saturday. Tickets also include one complimentary drink ticket, light tapas, and a great view of the fireworks show. To purchase a ticket, Click here.
Family Fun at the Nutrien Fireworks Festival
- Cultural showcase featuring performances from many nations on River Landing Amphitheatre Stage
- More than 20 of your favorite Food Trucks and merchandise vendors
- Art Village in Rotary Park including local artists, and live music
Looking for more fun things to do in Saskatoon? Enjoy an evening at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan featuring Macbeth.