The 75th Annual Canada Day Salmon Festival in Steveston – “Canada’s biggest little birthday party” – will celebrate Canada Day with a full day of free family fun on July 1 in Richmond’s historic Steveston village.
Attractions include: multiple stages with over 75 performances, an expansive community parade, and a big fireworks finale. There will more than 30 food trucks on site, plus a chow mein tent, and salmon bake.
The day starts early at 6:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast. The children’s bike parade takes off at 9:30 a.m., followed at 10:00 a.m. by the big Canada Day parade which includes marching bands, decorated vehicles and plenty of pirates. Immediately after the parade ends, the festival is officially opened at noon with the singing of O Canada followed by a hearty declaration by the mayor.
The Steveston Salmon Festival is part of Richmond Canada Day in Steveston, a full-day celebration stretching across Steveston Village. Festival highlights include the Japanese Cultural Show, a hockey zone, a car show, a trade show, a horticultural show, a bullhead derby, and more.
You can see the complete performance line up here: www.stevestonsalmonfest.ca
Family Festival Stage – Line-up (subject to change)
12pm – Stories on Wheels – Middle Eastern Stories
1pm – Terrance Wang yoyo
2pm – Uke party
3pm – Matt Henry (comedy, juggling, stunt show)
4pm – Winsome Kind
Canada Day Salmon Festival in Steveston:
When: July 1st, 2019
Time: 6:30am – 8pm
Where: Steveston Village, Richmond