Festival Hours
Thursday: 7pm to 9pm
Friday: 7pm to 9pm
Saturday: 11am to 8pm
Sunday: 10am to 4:30pm 
(French Mass at 9am)

What a weekend! From eclectic, stomping folk-country music from Québec to high-energy Afro-Latin dance based right here in BC; from dynamic kitchen-party music to legendary popular children’s singers-songwriters and storytellers to a talented group of young Celtic fiddlers, we can't even begin to cover it all. We all have some very special moments to remember from this 26th edition Festival du Bois. 

Our sincere thanks go out to everyone who helped make the 2015 Festival du Bois a success – our generous sponsors, our 200 volunteers, amazing partnersartists and entertainers and the many visitors who contributed to the resounding success of this year's Festival. 

Special thanks to the City of Coquitlam for allowing us the use of the beautiful Mackin community park, and for the support of their amazing team. 

Thanks to the gifted, passionate and dedicated crew of festival photographers this year. You will find HERE memorable pics captured during the four days.  

We look forward to welcoming you back at Mackin Park in March, 2016. Should you want to get involved with us, please contact us directly at

 2015 Contests Winners

  1. Congratulations to Jeannette from Coquitlam for winning the trip to Winnipeg and thank you again to VIA RAIL for donating this amazing prize. Have a wonderful and safe trip Jeanette!
  2. Bravo to Juana Blais from Burnaby. Juana won the Plaid Contest Grand Prize at the Festival du Bois 2015.

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