The Tofino Tree Festival is a new week long event celebrating the importance and unique beauty of Trees, Forests and Nature found here on the West Coast of Vancouver Island (Clayoquot Sound). There is a deep understanding of the importance that trees and nature bring to the well-being, happiness and inspiration of the local community and the many visitors that come to Tofino each year and they play a very important role in inspiring artists in creative, written, spoken and performance arts. This new festival will seek to champion that through our diverse artistic program and festival ethos.
Being organized by Aeriosa Dance Society (a registered non profit) this event will host a variety of workshops, presentations, concerts and performances celebrating all art forms as well as be informative and educational about the history, nature and importance of forests found here on the west coast. The program will feature Tree Dancing workshops (offering participants the opportunity to practice Vertical Dance amongst the trees) alongside public dance performances developed and premiered by Aeriosa dancers as well as a host of nature inspired events in partnership with local community groups and organizations.
For up-to-date event details and schedule, visit the Tofino Tree Festival website.
⚠️Highway 4 at Kennedy Hill is reopen to essential travel only (in passenger vehicles & light pick-ups) between 8:00am and 12:00pm (Noon) on Saturday, Jan. 25. After this, the road will be closed in order to install a bridge. Thank you for postponing your travel to Tofino this weekend.