The City of Burnaby is going all out for Canada Day on July 1st with festivities happening at three locations, with something fun for everyone in the family – and yes there will be fireworks!
Burnaby Canada Day StreetFest on Central
Time: 7:00pm to 10:15pm
Location: Civic Square, Central Boulevard and Central Park
StreetFest on Central will kick off at 7:00pm July 1st with family friendly activities, food trucks, and entertainment. The main stage will feature platinum recording artist and 3-time JUNO award winner k-os headlining the stage in Central Park, joined by platinum and gold album selling international recording artist Bif Naked and Grammy Award winner Alex Cuba, followed by a fireworks finale at 10:00pm.
Road closures will be in effect along Patterson Avenue as well as Central Boulevard (between Patterson and Willingdon avenues) to ensure maximum space for visitors to explore everything the event has to offer, including:
- family-friendly activity and entertainment area in Civic Square
- community displays, games, pop ups, mural fence painting and activities along Central Boulevard
- food trucks, beer garden, and concert in Central Park and more
With Metrotown and Patterson SkyTrain stations nearby, there are plenty of ways to get to the festival. Visitors are encouraged to take transit, cycle or walk, and please leave pets at home.
More Burnaby Canada Day Locations
Time: 11:00am to 2:30pm
Location: Edmonds Plaza and Park (7433 Edmonds St, Burnaby)
Festivities at This Location: A fun-filled day of entertainment, arts and crafts and activities for the kids, games, a youth volleyball tournament, delicious treats and more.
Time: 11:00am to 4:30pm
Location: Burnaby Village Museum (6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby)
Festivities at This Location: With the backdrop of its 1920s village streets, the free festivities include multicultural family entertainment, displays and demonstrations, children’s games and activities, and birthday cupcakes from the bakery.
For more information, visit the City of Burnaby’s Canada Day website and plan your day out.
Related: Summer at Burnaby Village Museum