Honda Celebration of Light reveals 2019 musical lineup

Jun 3 2019, 9:04 pm

The Honda Celebration of Light has released its full musical line-up for each night of the festival and other featured artists performing at the Park Stage.

For the second year, Z Fest, presented by Z95.3FM, will feature a number of artists on the Bathhouse Roof at English Bay on each night of the fireworks starting from 6:30 pm.

Z95.3FM presents rising and popular talent like YouTube star and performer Vidya Vox, four-time JUNO Award nominee Scott Helman, Platinum-selling artist Tyler Shaw 葉銘恆, among others.

Check out the line-up for each night:

  • July 27: Vidya Vox, Khanvict, and special guests TBA
  • July 31: Scott Helman, Famba, Tyler Shaw and special guests TBA
  • August 3: Kardinal Offishall, Maestro Fresh West, and special guests TBA

For the best view of the Z Fest, you can purchase a ticket to access The Keg Lounge on the Bathhouse Roof. The ticket includes live music, fireworks soundtrack simulcast, two drinks, access to a private bar, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and grill station, and of course, a gorgeous view of English Bay.

Tickets are available starting at $159.

For more information about the line-up, you can check out the full schedule.

Afternoon fun at the Park Stage

The Park Stage at Second Beach in Stanley Park returns for all three days in the afternoon. It’s a free, family-friendly festival site featuring live music, food trucks, sponsor activations, and a site-wide liquor license.

Check out the line-up of artists who are performing at the Park Stage.

Honda Celebration of Light fireworks 2019 

Schedule and nations:

  • Saturday, July 27: India represented by Amir Morani Fireworks
  • Wednesday, July 31: Canada, represented by Firemaster Productions Inc.
  • Saturday, August 3: Croatia, represented by Mirnovec Fireworks

Time: 10 pm to 10:25 pm (25-minute duration each night). Rain or shine. Music simulcast on radio stations Z95.3 and 104.3 The Breeze.

Location: English Bay, Vancouver

Tickets: On sale now through the festival’s website, but feel free to watch the fireworks for free on the beach