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The Nutrien Fireworks Festival


The Nutrien Fireworks Festival is a live event hosted on Friday and Saturday of the Labour Day Weekend on Friday, September 3rd and Saturday, September 4th - bringing together close to 65,000 people in a celebration of community and culture.


River Landing and Rotary Park

Plan to attend!

There will be entertainers, vendors and lots of activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Visit our list of vendors and performances in the festival tab.


Parking and traffic management is often an issue and so we encourage you to use public transit as it will be in full service with great access to the various sites.

Bike Valet

We will be providing a bike valet service for a secure place to store your bike while you enjoy the festival. Riding a bike or any other portable transportation is highly encourged.


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The Fireworks Festival was created to bring a world class fireworks event to Saskatoon. 2008 was the inaugural year for this amazing festival which saw almost 50,000 people come out and enjoy the fireworks and other festival offerings. In 2010 we announced the title sponsorship of the festival by Nutrien thereby launching the Nutrien Fireworks Festival. We continue to look forward to a weekend that will develop into a recognizable and successful annual event that will attract tourism and generate economic gains for the city.

  • 2014-2015

    While continuing our relationship with Nutrien we have expanded the festival to offer more food vendors, more entertainment and more family fun activities.

  • 2011-2013

    continued our relationship with Nutrien

  • 2010

    marks the launch of the Nutrien Fireworks Festival with the title sponsorship of the festival from Nutrien

  • 2008-2009

    were the initial launch years of the Saskatoon Fireworks Festival

  • 2007

    in 2007, the Bridging 125 event was held to commemorate the first meeting between Chief Whitecap and John Lake

  • 2006

    in 2006, Saskatoon celebrated its centennial with the Centennial Celebrations Weekend Bridge Party

  • ... and of course over the years we have had fireworks displays on Canada Day every year!