The 12th annual Surrey Fusion Festival, Western Canada’s largest multicultural event, is taking place this weekend from July 20 – 21.
Featuring 55 cultural pavilions, 200 performers, and 7 stages, this event is one of the festival highlights of the summer. In previous years, it has welcomed over 100,000 attendees.
This year’s theme is “Something Sweet” so expect to see many dessert dishes presented by the food pavillions.
Kids can enjoy various activities on-site including:
- face painting
- toddler zone
- sports zone
- inflatables and zip line (requires tickets)
Indigenous Village (Métis Pavilion)
The Indigenous Village features Indigenous Artist Trade Show offering authentic Indigenous art created by First Nations and Métis artists.
The Bannock Queen will serve a variety of tacos including salmon, baked egg frittata, veggie and chilli tacos, with your choice of the following toppings: lettuce, onion, red & green peppers, black beans, cucumber, tomatoes, with old cheddar cheese.
Surrey Fusion Festival
July 20 & 21, 2019: 11:00am – 10:00pm
Where: Holland Park