Accommodation in Princeton tends to be good, but for those choosing to stay at a Motel or bed and breakfast, you may want to book early during the summer months. This is a much sought after destination during that time.
There are good campsites and RV facilities close by for those who like to camp or have mobile solutions. All our performers can stay for free at the best campsite in town, River's Edge, where we can accommodate campers, RVs and tents.
Best Value Inn
169 Hwy. 3 Dbl. (2 beds) $99 (under 14 free)
phone no. 1-888-295-3537 250-295-3547 Special rate for festival - king or queen suite $110
email@example.com *corporate rate for musicians
The Cedars Motel
139 - 3rd Street
Two twin beds room from $65, Queen bed/family studio from $75, Two double beds/suite from $85, wifi
250-295-3237 firstname.lastname@example.org cedarsmotel.ca
$55 small cabin/$65 big cabin
1-866-393-6232, 250-295-6232, email@example.com, www.riversidecabins.ca
102 Frontage Rd (Hwy. 3 )
1-800-sandman (736-3626), 250-295-6923
Two beds $109
244 - 4th Street
One bed $99, Seniors 10% discount, outdoor pool
230 Hwy. 3
single $88/Double $98 (kitchenettes $8 extra), wifi, heated outdoor pool
1-888-295-7179 (toll free) firstname.lastname@example.org www.evergreenmotelprinceton.ca
130 Bridge Street
Call for rates, indoor pool
*Mikado Sushi Restaurant – Mon.- Fri. 11 am – 7:30 pm Saturday 11 am – 8 pm
156 Bridge Street
Call for rates, 1-888-295-2951, 250-295-6906
301 Hwy. 3
Call for rates, Seniours 10% discount, 1-250-295-7464
Deerview Motel and Cabins
420 Hwy 3
single $75/ Double $90
1-877-295-0101, 250-295-0106, email@example.com
Princeton Castle Resort
375 Rainbow Lake Road
Call for rates 1-888-228-8881, 250-295-7988, firstname.lastname@example.org www.castleresort.com
Old Hedley Road Inn Bed and Breakfast
1070 Old Hedley Road
Call for rates, 250-295-3717, email@example.com, www.hedleyinn.com
Princeton is reachable via Highway 3 and 5A, though there are also good routes which are smaller. Most people will likely use the east-west interprovincial highway, which is the famous Crowsnest Highway. Driving time is 2 hours and 40 minutes from Abbotsford, and one hour more from Vancouver. There is also the Greyhound bus.
The nearest airport is Penticton which is one and a half hours driving. For private or hired planes the Princeton Airport is very nice.
We encourage people to carpool and share rides to come here. For people in Vancouver, and even Seattle, this can be a way to share gas costs, help the environment, and perhaps even make it possible for someone to come who could not otherwise afford it. If you have extra space in your car and would like to be helpful in this regard, please send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to coordinate people. Those offering a ride will be given the e-mail address of those needing one. There is no obligation to PTMF and you make your own decisions and arrangements.
It's guaranteed to be hot summer weather when you come, but if you're the paranoid type you can check the Envorinment Canada current weather and forecast.
Admission is FREE. Events are held on several stages in the centre of Princeton and begin on Friday evening with a public street dance and an Irish ceili band. Between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday there's a potpourri of concerts, workshops, and jams.
This event is primarily for and about the performers. Traditional Music lacks venue in the west, so players, singers, dancers, and fans are willing to travel in order to meet up. Professional performers are making personal sacrifices in order to be here, but the many people who come just to listen attests to the unique value of this event. For those new to the Festival please have a look at the Our Story page to learn about how it started and what Traditional Music means to us.
Nestled among rolling hills of ranchland, the little town of Princeton is the gateway to the Okanagan. About 300 km from Vancouver, it is the first town after Hope along the Crowsnest Highway. Summers are hot and dry - just what we like for our festival which takes place mostly in the streets.
In addition to the sponsors, this festival is primarily supported by hard work and artists who perform for free. However, we aim to pay for artist's meals and at least part of their transportation costs. Please consider contributing in order to help maintain this important cultural event.
You can support the continuing operation of the festival by buying a $10 membership.
Every year we need a stage crew, MCs, office staff, and many other important helpers. If you want to be part of this exciting event in this way, please let us know. email@example.com
We encourage the sale of food, crafts, art, and more at the Festival. Please contact the Vendor Coordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding for the Festival comes from donations, as well as grants
Town of Princeton, the
Regional District of Okanagan-Similkameen, the Province of British
Columbia, and the Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage Program of