No Greater Love Music Festival celebrates diversity and togetherness in Morley, Alberta on August 12-13.

Top international artists, exclusive campsites, food trucks, shopping and family-friendly activities will coalesce at the foot of the Canadian Rockies for this summer’s No Greater Love, Canada’s largest faith-based music festival.The weekend event has earned a reputation for showcasing top international talent, as well as the festival’s contemporary spirit, which encourages people from all denominational backgrounds to celebrate life and enjoy music together.In addition to music, the festival will offer a “kids kingdom” (complete with an 18-foot slide and mini-putt course), a skateboard park and a First Nations Village that showcases the history of the Stoney Nakoda land. This, combined with a Global Village that highlights faith-driven initiatives from around the world, makes for a truly unique experience for both you and your family. This year’s artist line-up boats a diverse array of Bluegrass, Folk, Rock, Country, Pop, Indie and World music, including performances by For King & Country, Tenth Avenue North, Building 429, We Are Messengers (soundtrack artists for the movie the Shack), Hawke Nelson, Jamie Grace, Jason Gray and more.While we expect the entertainment to be great, the real highlight of No Greater Love is the festival grounds. Situated on the breathtaking lands of the Stoney Nakoda Nation in Morley, Alberta, just 40 minutes west of Calgary, the area is now known as “mother nature’s movie set”, and has appeared in major motion pictures such as Legends of the Fall, The Revenant, and Buffalo Bill (to name a few).No Greater Love is also offering attendees a unique opportunity to experience the landscape with exclusive campsites, which are only made available once a year, specifically for the event. Gather around campfires, explore the land, gaze at the Rockies and fall asleep under the stars, all on the banks of the peaceful Bow River.

With fantastic food and great music in tow, this is an opportunity to experience one of Western Canada’s most stunning landmarks like never before. Weekend passes are $135 and kids 12 and under get in for free. Single day, weekend and group passes are on-sale now.

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