As the May Long Weekend arrives it’s time to think ahead and plan out our summer activities, especially what we’ll be doing on the next long weekend, Canada Day. Surrey’s Canada Day celebration returns to the Cloverdale Millenium Amphitheatre for a full day of free family activities and a great Canadian concert line-up on Monday, July 1, 2013..
Surrey Canada Day Activities
From 10:00am to 10:30pm tens of thousands of people will make their way through the venue, some making a home base on the lawn with blankets and others even bringing tents to camp out for the day. Community groups and organizations, as well as sponsors and vendors, setup booths around the grounds and kids will enjoy Storyville Presented by Surrey Public Library, Kids World Presented by the Downtown Surrey BIA, Frontier Tale Blazers, Soccer Zone, The Province’s Hair Dye Booth, and Coast Capital Savings who always draws a crowd with their face-painting and giveaways.
Food options on site include hot dogs, corn on the cob, lemonade, smoothies, fish and chips, barbecue, Triple O’s, Mama Mia’s Indian food, and much more. Shooting Star Amusements will be back as well with the Ferris Wheel, the Zipper, the Spider, bouncy castles, and more. Midway rides are open from 10:00am to 10:15pm, closing before the fireworks show at the end of the night.
The Seniors Strawberry Tea kicks off the morning with Mayor and Council hosting the community event, serving tea and strawberry cake at the Cloverdale Rec Centre. Seniors are invited to enjoy live entertainment, bingo, and more with some great prizes available.
Surrey Canada Day Concerts
80’s rockers Platinum Blonde will close out a day of entertainment along with Sloan, Crystal Shawanda, Dear Rouge and Good for Grapes all on the Chevron Main Stage.
Cole Armour, tribute band Aerosmith Rocks, Surrey Celebration Dance Team, tightrope walkers with Korean National Farmers Band, and Norman Foote, will perform as well. In between Sloan and Platinum Blonde, anthem singer Mark Donnelly will lead everyone in the singing of O! Canada.
Surrey Canada Day is free to attend so all you need to do is plan your day out in Cloverdale (bringing sunscreen or an umbrella, hopefully the former) and partake in all of the fun. Get your face painted or hair (temporarily) dyed, wave some flags, and enjoy the music. Follow @Surrey_Events on Twitter and Facebook for more information leading up to Canada Day.
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