After a one-year hiatus, Vancouver’s largest and most lively Oktoberfest celebration has announced its return.
Harvest Haus has announced that they’re partnering up with the Pacific National Exhibition (PNE) to launch the largest harvest celebration in Canada: Harvestland.
The 10-day event will be held over at Hastings Park, and festival organizers promise an “enchanting, all-ages celebration” of community, nature, agriculture, and imagination.
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Visitors can expect rides, attractions, food, and entertainers, as well as the return of the original Harvest Haus – the 19+, high-energy Oktoberfest party.
“We wanted to do something truly spectacular for the fifth anniversary of Harvest Haus,” says event organizer Tyson Villeneuve.
“By continuing our collaboration with Collective X and partnering with the PNE for Harvestland, we’ll be launching the largest harvest event in the country.”
Harvestland will boast dozens of attractions, including tractor rides, logger sports showcases, pumpkin carving, and theatrical entertainers.
Guests can also explore the colourful Bavarian Village, a Woodland Labyrinth, and the interactive Kinder Farm.
Harvestland will be an all-ages celebration running from Thursday, October 10 to Sunday, October 20, 2019.
Harvest Haus, the adults-only celebration, will run on evenings from October 10 to 12 and October 18 and 19.
Information regarding ticket sales and pricing will be made available in the coming days and will be found on their soon-to-launch website.
When: Thursday, October 10 to Sunday, October 20, 2019
Where: Hastings Park – 2901 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Tickets: Pricing will be announced shortly and will be found online
Daily Hive is a proud media partner of Harvest Haus and Harvestland 2019.