Summer has officially started and there’s something about long, warm days that inspire friends and family to get together. Summer also heralds the start of Surrey’s festival season! From high-energy music festival to family-friendly events, make this July the best ever with Surrey’s summer celebrations.
FVDED In the Park is back with a star-studded lineup of performers on July 5th and 6th. The annual all-ages music festival hosted at Holland Park promises a fun and energetic weekend and you definitely don’t want to miss out. Get ready to expect the loud bustle of festival-goers, packed Skytrains, and the sound of musical performances that can be heard for blocks!
This one’s for the whole family! The Honeybee Centre is opening up their hive on July 13th and 14th for all to see and celebrate. Join in on honey tastings, watch live “bee beard” demonstrations, and enjoy the local artisan market. The best part? This event is free and drop-in friendly.
Surrey’s annual Fusion Festival truly has everything a culture connoisseur looks for in an event. On July 20th and 21st enjoy incredibly diverse and delicious cuisine, musical and dance performances, 54 cultural pavilions, and of course, a never-ending supply of family friendly activities. Come hungry (admission is free!), leave inspired.
The Surrey Latin Festival is a celebration of all things … well, Latin! This July 13 and 14 head to Surrey’s City Hall Civic Plaza and let yourself be immersed in the vibrant sights, sounds and smells of Latin dance, music and food. Both days will be filled with authentic talent on the main stage and you can eat to your heart’s content with mouth-watering creations from Latin food vendors. Come live the best of summer and best of all, admission is free!
Sounds of Summer
The sweet sounds of live and local music will be wafting through the fresh air in Surrey’s parks each and every Wednesday evening, and select Friday afternoons, this Summer. With genres that range from folk blues and Motown to Big Band and Rat Pack standards, and everything in between, there’s a free concert for all types of music genres. Bring your own seating or sway to the music, it’s all up to you! Visit the Sound of Summer website for the full schedule, including locations and performers, and to find out which events are pet-friendly.