Experience 44 pavilions and 150 performers on six stages, plus an expanded Canada 150 Zone
Surrey: Surrey Fusion Festival—B.C.’s largest multicultural event—celebrates its 10th anniversary alongside Canada’s 150th birthday in Holland Park this weekend. The event will offer a lineup of Canadian and international talent, including Nelly Furtado, Classified and Amrinder Gill. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage with Indigenous culture in an expanded Canada 150 Zone, which will showcase indigenous and Canadian art, music, dance as well as various family-friendly activities.
“2017 is a milestone year for Surrey Fusion Festival, as it marks the 10th anniversary of the festival, and 150 years since Canada’s confederation,” says Mayor Linda Hepner. “We are excited to celebrate our city’s diversity and community spirit with a star-studded entertainment line-up, great food and cultural activities for all ages.”
Attendees will experience the world through food, music and culture at 44 cultural pavilions. Each pavilion will showcase its unique cultural heritage through art and food, plus with the added theme of Canada 150. Attendees will also be able to take a look back at Surrey Fusion Festival’s history since its 2007 inception.
Holland Park is located at Old Yale Road and King George Blvd in Surrey. Doors open at 11am. Learn more at www.surreyfusionfestival.com