Burnaby Canada Day Street Festival, Fireworks, Concerts

The City of Burnaby is hosting a series of free celebrations for Canada Day on July 1st including StreetFest on Central (with headliners Dear Rouge and Tanika Charles), and community events at Burnaby Village Museum and Edmonds Plaza and Park.

StreetFest on Central | Community Celebrations

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Burnaby Canada Day StreetFest on Central

  • When: Monday, July 1, 2024 from 6:30pm to 10:30pm
    • Fireworks at 10:15pm
  • Where: Civic Square, Central Boulevard and Central Park
    • Road closures will be in effect along Patterson Avenue as well as Central Boulevard and Beresford street (between Patterson and Willingdon avenues)
  • Admission: Free!

In partnership with Concord Pacific, StreetFest on Central will be an unforgettable evening with a variety of food trucks, family-friendly activities, live performances and a spectacular fireworks display. 

Headlining the mainstage at Central Park is JUNO Award-winning alt-rock duo Dear Rouge, and JUNO Award-winning Tanika Charles, whose name is synonymous with Canadian Soul music.

There will also be a Kids Stage & Family Zone at Civic Square (Bob Prittie Metrotown Library), and the Community Zone at Central Blvd from Willingdon Ave to Patterson Ave.

Enjoy family-friendly activities and entertainment, community displays, games, music, dance, food trucks and more! View a full schedule here.

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. A bike valet will be available at the corner of Patterson and Kingsway.

City of Burnaby Canada Day Fireworks
City of Burnaby Photo

While the StreetFest on Central is set for the evening, Canada Day festivities will be going all day in Burnaby:

  • Edmonds Plaza and Park
    • 11:00am to 2:30pm at 7433 Edmonds Street
    • A fun filled day of live entertainment, activities for the kids, games, cake and more.
  • Burnaby Village Museum
    • 11:00am to 4:30pm at 6501 Deer Lake Avenue
    • Histories of Burnaby’s diverse communities are packed into a 10-acre open-air site. The free festivities include multicultural family entertainment, displays and demonstrations, children’s face-painting and activities. Exhibits are open with staff to interact and learn from.   Learn more about Summer at Burnaby Village Museum.

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Miss604 is a sponsor of the City of Burnaby’s celebrations on July 1st