Canada 150

Canada 150

Celebrating 150 years of Canadian Pride
Canada 150 marks a celebration like no other. Over 100 free live performances are scheduled for 11 days leading up to the culmination of events this Saturday, where nearly 50,000 proud Canadian’s will gather in Victoria’s Inner Harbour to celebrate what it means to be truly Canadian. For those needing a brief history refresher, Canada Day, formerly known as Dominion Day, marks the historical event in which Canada gained their independence from Great Britain in 1867.

Canada Day celebrations kick off at 12pm on July 1st. The day will be filled with multicultural artistry, diverse food & beverage offerings, and live music, and of course a grand finale fireworks display to commemorate our nation.

Grab your flags and be sure to check out this eventful Canada 150 Day schedule in downtown Victoria:

Main Stage, BC Legislature Lawn:
12pm: Coast Capital Savings living flag tee shirt pickup

2pm: Coast Capital Savings living flag photo

3:00pm: Elder Blessing

3:15pm: Esquimalt Singer & Dancers

3:30pm: Lekwungen Traditional Dancers

3:50pm: “O Canada” – Valdy & The Childrens Choir

4:10pm: Stella Swanson & The Rosie Joyfuls

4:55pm: CIBC Reaffirmation Ceremony

5:30pm: Dirty Mountain

6:15pm: De Temps Antan

7:10pm: En Karma

8:05pm: The Funk Hunters

9:15pm: Arkells

10:15pm: Fireworks

Harbour Stage, Ship Point Inner Harbour:
12:30pm: Mexican Folklore Dancers

1:15pm: Lilia’s Polynesian Dance Co

2:00pm: To be announced

2:50pm: Sooke Community Choir

3:30pm: Shan-e Punjab

4:15pm: Fortune Killers

5:15pm: Violet

6:00pm: Stinging Belle

7:00pm: Deep Sea Gypsies

8:00pm: Band of Rascals

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