Canada Day is all about celebrating the birth of our nation, and what better way to do that than with fire in the night sky?
There are a number of celebrations happening around town, and we’ve compiled a list of spectacular fireworks displays that will make you want to shout “O, Canada!”
Here are 9 Canada Day fireworks celebrations happening around Metro Vancouver.
Celebrate Canada’s birthday with festivities at Canada Place. From headlining artists on the mainstage to citizenship ceremonies, take part in everything Canadian. And of course, don’t miss the fireworks.
Surrey’s Canada Day celebrations is at Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre, and features performances from morning until midnight. The headliner this year is Tom Cochrane with Red Rider, which will be followed by fireworks.
Not only will the fireworks near Canada Place be visible to North Vancouver residents, but West Vancouver will have it’s own display off the shores of Ambleside.
The City of Burnaby will be lighting off fireworks following a huge free concert at Swangard Stadium. Headliners at the concert are The Trews. The gates at Swangard open at 5 pm and the fireworks grand finale commences at dusk.
Coquitlam will be celebrating with a fireworks spectacular at 10 pm in Town Centre Park on Canada Day. Preceding that will be a free community festival with live music and food.
Port Coquitlam’s Canada Day involves family friendly fun, along with a fireworks show at dusk, coordinated by Port Coquitlam Fire & Emergency Services.
Delta will be showing off their fireworks prowess in Chalmers Park this Canada Day, following a full day event with crafts and food.
More than 25,000 people turn out each year to visit the waterfront on July 1. A day of fun is followed up with fireworks at dusk.
Live music, kids activities and fireworks over the Fraser River are what you can expect at New Westminster’s Canada Day celebrations.