Community Events

SURREY FUSION FESTIVAL

July 20-21st 11:00am to 10:00pm
Named the “Best Festival” in the world at the Special Events Magazine GALA Awards in 2019, Surrey’s Fusion Festival showcases and celebrates the cultural diversity of our City.
The two-day festival brings together over 50 cultural and community groups from around the world and more than 150 artists and performers. Live entertainment, food pavilions, and interactive cultural activities will keep you busy throughout the weekend.
Visit the website to learn more about the 2019 festival.
Where: Holland Park – 13428 Old Yale Road, Surrey BC

SOUTH SURREY FESTIVAL

July 27th 11:00am to 3:00pm
The South Surrey Festival is a fun, family-friendly event that offers safe, creative and inclusive activities for the whole community.
Join us for a variety of activities and attractions like entertainment at the stage, face painting, crafts and games, shopping from artisans and vendors, food trucks and much more.
Where: South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre 14601 20 Avenue

PARK PLAY

July 2nd to August 22nd
Join Park Play staff in your neighborhood park for another summer of free sports, games and fun activities!.
Participation Guidelines: Participants must attend with an adult/guardian. Dress for the weather. Sessions run rain or shine with extreme weather exceptions. Pack a reusable water bottle/snacks. Activities vary daily and by park location.
Weekly Themes
July 2- 5: My Community (community-building activities)
July 8-12: Garden Wonder
July 15-19: Naturally Crafty
July 22-26: Fairytale Fun
July 29-Aug 2: Nature Detectives
Aug 6-9: Park Play (trying new activities in the park)
Aug 12-16: Blast off! (space and science)
Aug 19-22: Camping
Click here for more information and to find a Park Play Event near you!

SOUNDS OF SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

July 3rd to August 21st 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Surrey’s free Sounds of Summer concert series brings toe-tapping tunes to our beautiful park settings. Enjoy Wednesday evening performances from 6:30 to 8 pm as well as Friday afternoon performances from 1 to 2:30pm.
Bring blankets or folding chairs to enjoy each performance. Parking will be limited at some locations. Plan to carpool or arrange to be dropped off. All pets must be on leash with the exception of Glades Garden and Darts Hill Garden Park, where only service dogs are permitted.
Depending on location, you may need to walk through some parks to get to the stage. Look for wayfinding signs in the park.
Click here for more information and to find a concert near you!