Surrey Canada Day 2017 Celebrations Announced

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2017 marks Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation

With this in mind, Surrey will be proudly showcasing our national heritage this year in a variety of ways for Canada Day. They have a large list of concerts, festivals and community events planned throughout the city.

“Surrey will be celebrating the best of our country and our people. I am delighted that our signature events will have major headliners who are not only first-rate artists in their own right, but they are all homegrown talent from BC,” said Mayor Linda Hepner.

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The Canada Day performances and events include:

  • April 22nd: Shawn Hook takes over the stage for Party For The Planet. Most people know him for his hit single “Sound Of Your Heart,” which has hit over 17 million streams on Spotify worldwide.
  • July 1st: Abbotsford’s very own Hedley will kick off Western Canada’s largest Canada Day Concert. The pop band is sure to put on an unforgettable show for their hometown.
  • July 22nd – 23rd: A summertime favourite, Nelly Furtado headlines this year’s Fusion Festival.

Furthermore, this year will also have the addition of Dominion Days (July 1st-2nd). The venue will be the Stewart Farm in South Surrey. For two days, visitors will travel back to the 1900’s through liv performances.

As well, Canada 150 zones are going to be situated at all the major event. These zones will showcase Canada’s unique heritage and will include a variety of interactive activities. You can expect to see First Nation’s performers, French-Canadian artists, and much more.

Lastly, you will be happy to know that all Canada Day concerts and celebrations are free to the public.

Surrey Canada Day Celebrations 2017 

When:  April, 2017 – July, 2017

Where: various locations (see full list online)

Admission: Free to the public

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