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Canada Day at Canada Place Fireworks and Schedule


Monday, June 26th, 2017 — 4:11pm PDT
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Canada Day at Canada Place for Canada 150 is going to be big! 2 days, 6 zones with 5 performance stages, a parade, fireworks, and much more is in store for the long weekend.

Canada Day at Canada Place

When: July 1 & 2, 2017
where: Canada Place, Jack Poole Plaza and surrounding city streets

Day 1 Schedule July 1, 2017 »
Day 2 Schedule July 2, 2017 »

Concerts include Sam Roberts, FEFE, Emerson Drive, Hey Ocean!, Dragonette, Madeline Merlo, The Matinee, and many more. Check out the citizenship ceremony welcoming 150 new Canadians; Coast Capital Savings Youth Zone; Canadian Forces Zone with incredible displays and interactive exhibits; Canada150 Zone; North Point Lounge serving beer and wine, presented by Steam Whistle Brewing; Kids Zone in Harbour Green Park (July 1 only); Canadian Oath reaffirmation ceremony presented by CIBC; multi-community fireworks show with simulcast by Rock 101 (July 1); pancake breakfast (July 2); Canada150 parade through downtown Vancouver (July 2).

Fireworks

When: Saturday, July 1, 2017 at 10:30pm
Watch as the sky lights up in celebration of our nation’s 150th! Two fireworks barges will be located in Coal Harbour, and Dundarave in West Vancouver.

Canada Day fireworks in Burrard Inlet can be best viewed from the Fireworks Viewing Zone at Canada Place; Harbour Green Park; Coal Harbour; Stanley Park (9 o’clock gun); Crab Park; and West Vancouver Seawall (between Ambleside and Dundarave).

Tune in to Rock 101 to hear the official soundtrack to this year’s show. Tickets for the Fireworks Viewing Zone at Canada Place are available online now for $15. Children 5 & under are free.

Second Day of Fun

Start the second day of festivities off with a pancake breakfast (8:30am to 10:00am) and enjoy all of the activity zones and concert stages once more until the Canada150 Parade (5:00pm to 6:30pm) down Georgia Street.

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