Prince George Folkfest Society (PGFFS) extends our heartfelt wishes that everyone is staying safe and is working together to keep each other safe. We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all our medical services and essential workers, as well as all first responders, for working so hard towards getting us through the COVID19 pandemic.

We also want to thank everyone who supported and watched the Coldsnap Coldstream – the prince george online music festival! The nine day live music festival was a resounding success and we are now well on our way with plans for Coldsnap 2022!

We would like to invite existing and new members to attend our online Annual General Meeting to be held at 7 pm on Wednesday June 16 2021. Once again, we will hold the AGM through the Zoom platform so you do not have to leave the safety and comfort of your own home. Use the “Register Here” button to register and we will send you a link to the meeting and a package with the financial statements and a copy of our bylaws a few days before the meeting.


If you paid for a membership last year, it expires at the AGM and you can renew it here. If you paid for a membership anytime in 2021, THANK YOU and you are in good standing until the AGM next year!

The Board of Directors and staff of PGFFS acknowledge that we respectfully live, work and play on the unceded traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, and we thank them for their stewardship of this beautiful land. We stand in solidarity with all Indigenous, black, and peoples of colour against oppression and racism. Coldsnap’s artistic vision is to use live music and musicians to bring the community together to celebrate Northern BC culture, and to promote understanding and communication between all cultures.

If you’ve enjoyed the concerts this year, consider making a donation to the Prince George Folkfest Society

Click here to see artist and behind-the-scenes photo albums from Coldsnap 2021