1. audienceSurrey: The Langley’s International Festival, and the  Langley Canada Day that will take place on June 30 from 3 to 11 pm, and July 1st from 11 to 11 pm at the ‘Willoughby Community Park’ just outside the Langley Events Centre, located at 7888 – 200 Street.

The first two days, June 28th and June 29th, will be the sports fest where around 600 players expected to participate in five different sport tournaments.

June 30th and July 1st will be full of entertainments as hundreds of dancers and musicians from different cultures have been confirmed to perform on the Main stage. There will be a number of fun filled performances and other activities in the Children Chalet. Fireworks will be held on July 1st at 10 pm.

Surrey’s 2014 Canada Day Celebration

This year Surrey’s celebration could be the largest Canada Day event in Western Canada with attendance expected to surpass 100,000 people. The event marks Canada’s 147th birthday and highlights include: top-notch entertainment; a half a million square feet of site area; an expanded Kids Play area; family fun for all ages; over 100 exhibitors; Shooting Star Amusements with superior midway games and rides; and a spectacular fireworks for the grand finale.

“Canada Day is a day to celebrate our Canadian pride, heritage and cultural diversity,” said City of Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts.

The event will take place Tuesday, July 1st at the Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre located 176 Street & 64th Avenue in Cloverdale. The concert is free to the public and gates open at 10 am with the fireworks show slated for 10:15 pm.