Music all along 124 Street!

Over the last few years, 124 Street has evolved into one of Edmonton’s most vibrant shopping districts and home to some of Edmonton’s finest restaurants, boutiques, and galleries.

The Edmonton chapter of the Alliance Française (which is organizing this event) moved next to the 124th in 2010 – and we love it! We want to be part of this revitalization for our district, so it was obvious for us to set the Make Music Edmonton event in this dynamic area. From Jasper to 108 Avenue, live bands will play in the street on the sidewalk, in parking lots, within businesses! This will bring lots of people in our neighbourhood, to enjoy the music so that they discover our great street and its amazing energy!

Each year, many local businesses are part of this music celebration by hosting artists in front of their shops. Welcoming a stage of Make Music Edmonton is a great opportunity of visibility.

— Venues for the 2018 edition —

(From North to South)

Download the map and program


Park 108 Avenue – 108 Ave. & 124 St NW

The public area on the corner of the 108 avenue is one of our main venue. Come here to enjoy food trucks and green area! For sure, you will love the music of our bands.

Duchess – 10718 124 St NW

We offer the perfect blend of classic French pastries, like macarons, croissants, and éclairs, and Alberta favourites, like brownies and butter tarts. At Duchess we make all of our products daily in-house from scratch—no mixes, no preservatives, no shortcuts. The entire staff, from chef to server, is dedicated to providing exceptional products and service.

Canadian Corps Of Commissionaires – 10633 124 St NW

Established in 1925, the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires is a federation of 15 independent not-for-profit companies. For more than 90 years, Commissionaires has provided meaningful employment opportunities to former members of the Canadian Forces, the RCMP and any others who wish to contribute to the security of Canada.

WMC – 10609 124 St NW

WMC is a trusted source of enduring business solutions because we understand that the success of each new engagement starts with an open mind and flexible approach, builds through mutual support and encouragement, and culminates in positive change – for our clients and ourselves.

Glenora Family Vet Clinic – 10544 124 St NW

Glenora Family Vet Clinic is a new veterinary clinic centrally located in Edmonton on vibrant 124 street, in close proximity to the downtown core. Unlike an increasing number of animal hospitals in Edmonton, our veterinary clinic is not owned or affiliated with any large corporation. Our business is proudly family owned and operated.

Parcel + Prose – 10524 124 St NW

We love all things paper. From choosing a card to wrapping a gift, paper products deliver endless style and possibilities. We intend to promote and inspire gifts from the heart. Putting pen to paper and letting thoughts and feelings flow is an art in and of itself, and an expression we intend to promote. Giving a lovely gift, writing a letter, sending a card, are all ways of expressing how much we care about the people in our lives. The act of giving is often more rewarding than receiving.

The Gamer’s Lodge – 10459 124 St NW

We are a community focused board game café and retail store in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with a warm atmosphere, great coffee, delicious food, and awesomely nerdy collectibles. Come check us out! We’d love to meet you.ears!

Western Cycle – 10429 124 Street

In the year 1934, a young carpenter by the name of Julius Pahal was given the task of tearing down an old abandoned church at 107th avenue and 97th street here in the city of Edmonton. In exchange for his labor he was given the lumber to do with as he pleased. From nothing more than his dream, some old wood, and a lot of hard work, sprung the humble beginnings of a business that today is celebrating its 80th anniversary!

The Tea Girl – 12411 Stony Plain Rd NW

We have a fantastic selection of tea, food items and tea-themed gifts. The tea girl has over 100ntea and tea-blend choices. If you need help, don’t be afraid to ask one of our lovely team members. Our staff complete extensive training and are very knowledgeable. They can help you choose a tea to suite your palate.

Bearclaw Gallery – 10403 124 St NW

The Bearclaw Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta carries a diverse selection of Canadian First Nations art including traditional Native and Inuit arts and crafts, original paintings and sculpture.
The gallery features works by internationally acclaimed First Nations artists Daphne Odjig, Norval Morrisseau, Alex Janvier (all of whom are recipients of the Order of Canada), Jane Ash Poitras,  Roy Thomas, Maxine Noel, Jim Logan, Aaron Paquette, Jason Carter, Linus Woods and many other Canadian native artists and Inuit artists.

Udell Xhibitions – 10332 124 St NW

Re-established as Udell Xhibitions in 2017, after the retirement of his father Douglas Udell. Andrew Udell’s goal is to feature a diverse collection of well-established artists, and to support rising talents in the art industry.

Ascendant Books – 10310 124 St NW

Our gorgeous home is 5000 square feet of stunning crystals, dazzling jewelry, ornate statues, elegant clothing and décor, and of course, mind-expanding music and books. Come visit us if you’re in town, or while making a pilgrimage to Edmonton. At Ascendant Books, we always have time to talk about the journey. We’re all on it together.

Henry’s Interiors – 10247 124 St NW

Serving Edmonton and surrounding areas, Henry’s Interior (previously called Purveyor of Fine Things) provides an eclectic range of furniture and home decor, from contemporary to French country. We believe that melding styles makes for a look that will endure for years to come.

The Table Top – 10235 124 St NW

Table Top Café is a trendy alternative to current coffee shops as well as a unique way for people to spend their leisure time. It has all the regular trappings of a café with a wide selection of board games to play. The store is a comfortable place where people can meet with friends, play a game, share a drink, and connect face to face.

Plaza 124 – 102 Ave. 124 St NW – south deck