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• June 30: 6-11 p.m., July 1-2: 11 a.m.-11 p.m., July 3: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.• Rocky Point Park, Port Moody • Free Crab Park 30th Annual Festival Celebrate the 30th anniversary of Crab Park at Portside becoming an official waterfront park in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside.
• July 7-9Carnaval del Sol The largest Latin festival in the Pacific Northwest, features Vancouver’s best Latin music, dancing, food and fiesta atmosphere.
, Dragonette, Madeline Merlo and The Matinee; plus a multi-community fireworks show (July 1), a pancake breakfast (July 2) and the Canada150 parade through downtown Vancouver (July 2). Presented as part of Canada Place’s Canada 150 celebrations, the parade is part of a two-day series of events celebrating Canada’s 150th.
The parade starts at Broughton and West Georgia, travels east along West Georgia, turns north on Burrard, and ends at Burrard and West Pender. CITY OF VANCOUVER: CANADA 150 CELEBRATIONSCanada 150 Murals Re-discover Vancouver as Indigenous land.
Includes local and international culinary talent collaborating on a long table dinner, a giant outdoor brunch, a Canada Day Barbecue with live music, a food-centric TED Talks-style speaker series, and the festival’s flagship event the Street Food Showdown – a gathering of 80 food carts, restaurants, wineries and breweries. Includes a variety of live entertainment, from the Port Moody Can Can Dancers to local bands and headliners such as Trooper.
The event also includes lots of food, craft beer vendors, arts and crafts, interactive activities and a youth talent competition.
• Canada Place, North Point & West Promenade • June 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. • Free, 604-669-5051Greek Day on Broadway Live a day the Greek way!
• Free Strawberry Festival This annual festival features strawberry shortcakes for sale, live music by Black Gardenia and Backspin Bluegrass Band, free horse and carriage rides, and a variety of vendors. Enjoy Greek food and drink, market vendors, entertainment, and live music in a laid back, yet lively and tasty Greek atmosphere.
• Concord Pacific Place, False Creek • July 8 and July 9 • Free Harrison Festival of the Arts Enjoy festival activities set against the magnificent mountains and sandy beaches of Harrison Lake.
This family-friendly event features music from all corners of the globe, as well as visual and literary arts, theatre, a large waterfront art market, workshops and a special day for children. and Louise Burns; plus children’s entertainers; a yoga class; fashions shows, fitness classes; cooking demonstrations; 50 food trucks; games and shopping.
The Canada 150 : Walk for Reconciliation Join tens of thousands of Vancouverites in this second-ever Reconciliation walk. • Begins at Cambie and Georgia Streets, ends at Pender and Carrall Streets • Sept. FESTIVALSFête Francophone Embraces the Francophone culture and heritage with live music featuring ILAM and other artists from Festival d’ete francophone de Vancouver’s artists in residence program, children’s entertainment, traditional Francophone cuisine, and more.
Enjoy poutine or Montreal smoked meat while enjoying performances and getting in touch with your inner Francophone.
Bring your friends and family to an afternoon feast and celebratory gathering. Headliners include the iconic Buffy Sainte-Marie, Pow Wow Step creator DJ Shub, singer-songwriter Chantal Kreviazuk, literary giant Tomson Highway, and spoken word poet and musician Shane Koyczan.