There was endless entertainment yesterday at Surrey’s Canada Day celebrations and even if you weren’t into the official performers on stage, the people-watching in the crowd of 125,000 could keep you amused for hours.
With two stages and over a dozen acts, the Cloverdale Millennium Amphitheatre was definitely rocking. The performers crossed the spectrum from cultural dance, to pop punk and everyone seemed to be in good spirits. Crowds stood up to dance and cheer while artists shielded their eyes from the sun setting in the West.
Carly Rae Jepson
You Say Party! We Say Die!
Bif’s performance is worthy of its own post so I’ll have that up shortly.
The City has even more to come with the two-day Fusion Festival taking place July 18-19th at Holland Park. Headliners include Joel Plaskett and Barney Bentall.
Holland Park will also host 17 days of celebrations, concerts and activities during the 2010 games. It will be a gathering place to watch big screens for events and ceremonies as well as celebrate the games throughout our entire region.