There’s nothing like an exciting festival to spark a magical feeling. Festivals embrace the community in celebration of amongst family and friends. Be it a festival celebrating music, culture, food, or a nation, festivals are a time to come together and cherish the memories made.
Held annually over the Victoria long weekend in May, the Cloverdale Rodeo and County Fair has something for the entire family! Enjoy the cowboy (and cowgirl) experience with fair favourites like: bull riding, barrel racing, petting zoos, fair rides, and lots of great music and performances!
The Surrey Festival of Dance is the one of the largest amateur dance competition held in North America with over 10,000 dancers crossing our stage. We strive to provide the necessary tools, adjudicators and instructors, not only to enrich the dancers, but also to educate and expand their dance awareness in the dance discipline of their choice. … Over the course of 5 weeks, Surrey Festival of Dance covers dance disciplines in Ballet, Contemporary/Modern, Jazz, Street, Lyrical, Tap & Stage, Song & Dance, Studio Productions, International, and authentic and un-authentic. At the close of the Festival, the Surrey Festival of Dance holds an "Honour Performance" evening in which dancers and groups are recognized for their achievements. It is an evening where all dance discipline are represented. For many of the viewing audience, it is the first time they have seen the different styles of dance. Register now for the Dance and Wellness Workshop September 19th and 20th, 9am-5pm at the Newton Cultural Centre.
As a celebration of Community, the Surrey Fest Downtown (originally known as the Whalley Community Festival) was formed in 1999 to promote and celebrate community pride through a day of fun and entertainment for all ages while providing a venue for groups and organizations to inform the community of their services. Come out for a … day of fun and learning in your community!
The Surrey International Children's Festival takes place annually in the Spring, offering a chance for kids of all ages to learn and play! Featuring various local and international artists, exhibitions and great activities, it's fun for the whole family!
Marking the New Year, every April, millions of Sikhs world-wide celebrate Vaisakhi Day. Considered one of the most important festivals in the Sikh calendar, parades celebrating the event are held in Sikh communities around the world. One of the largest occurs in Surrey, where 80,000 - 200,000 people attend the annual Vaisakhi Parade and Celebration, making … it one of the largest Vaisakhi parades outside India.