Just less than two weeks and East Coulee will be rocking out with the 2017 Springfest musicians.

This years event will have 38 different performers taking the stages.

"We always have a little bit of local, a little bit of up and coming and it's always nice to bring back some favourites from other years that the audiences love. We've got a little bit of everything," stated festival organizer, Barb Steeves.

"We've got a little more jazz this year, last year kind of leaned a little more to the Celtic end. We have some Celtic, jazz, blues, rock, country, just about everything except for hard rock," she noted.

There will be multiple stages set up between the East Coulee School Museum and the East Coulee Community Hall.

"Friday night starts off with two stages, our bigger stages are both running on Friday night until about 11:30 p.m. or so. Saturday we start off at 12:00 p.m. with the two stages and by 12:30, we have three stages running," Steeves explained.

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