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The party includes fireworks, concerts, and loads of fun! Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there were no free Canada Day concerts or fireworks at Canada Place in or Things took place online and via Global BC last year. In the Canada Day event returns with in-person concerts and celebrations. However, the event is different from what it was before the pandemic.
There are no fireworks this year. See below for information about the following topics:. In addition to all the activities taking place around Canada Place and the Vancouver Convention Centre on July 1st in , another free event happens just up the road outside the Vancouver Art Gallery. Be sure to check it out too! In the event took place in an online format. In response to the discovered bodies of children at the site of a couple of Canadian residential schools, the theme for the broadcast was CanadaTogether.
In the event returns with in-person celebrations and is now named Canada Together. The Canada Day celebrations at Canada Place are reputedly the largest July 1st celebrations in the country after Ottawa. In normal years, expect there to be tens if not hundreds of thousands of people at the festivities.
Also expect great music and a festive atmosphere. To learn about festivities elsewhere within the City of Vancouver, see our article about Granville Island on Canada Day. In previous years, the annual event concluded with a fireworks display later at night.
In the Canada Together event features live performances throughout the day. Food trucks are along Canada Place Way. There are also a few different zones at the event this year. The area also features exhibits and a variety of cultural demonstrations.
In previous years, live entertainment took place on two stages during the Canada Place July 1st event. The Youth Zone Stage, meanwhile, is typically at the north end of the promenade, so on the far other side of the giant building with the white sails. In a typical year on July 1st, there are many other things to see and do for people of all ages between Canada Place and Jack Poole Plaza on the other side of the Convention Centre.
There are street performers, for example, as well as lots of food trucks. Its dates are July 1st to 3rd. Every year except in , and fireworks are launched starting at about pm off a barge in Burrard Inlet a ways off Canada Place. The show typically lasts for about 20 minutes. If the fireworks return in future years, the best places to watch are from the west and north ends of the promenade deck at Canada Place, as well as from anywhere along the seawall between Canada Place and the north side of the Vancouver Convention Centre.
Of course, being best places, these areas are usually insanely crowded. Other popular locations to watch the fireworks when they happen are along the waterfront in Coal Harbour , from the seawall in Stanley Park, or from Crab Park or even New Brighton Park along the water to the east of Canada Place. The Waterfront in North Vancouver is also an exceptional and less crowded place to watch from.
The cruises offer good views of the fireworks in years that they happen. For more information on activities downtown and around Canada Place on July 1st, see the official Canada Place website. Sign in. Forgot your password? Get help. Password recovery. Vancouver’s Best Places. Newsletter Sign up for our free e-Newsletter.
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