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Holland Park Hosts Two Fun Festivals This July

  • June 22, 2019


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Vonecia Carswell

 

Make the most of Vancouver's sunny weather and head to the hottest festivals in Surrey this summer. Ever heard of Holland Park? No? It’s Surrey’s top underrated outdoor event location making waves with two hit festivals happening this July. Coming to Holland Park this July are two fun festivals that will fill you up and get you dancing.

2019 FVDED in the Park

Kicking the month off with a high-energy event, the two-day FVDED in the Park festival returns to Holland Park on July 5-6. Taking the stage are today's top artists including Zedd,  Khalid, French Montana, Tory Lanez, Louis the Child, RL Grime 6Lack, Lil Yachty, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Kayzo and Lauv, along with upcoming Canadian artists Ekali, Felix Cartal, Anders, bbno$, and Manila Grey.

 

Now in its fifth year, the highly-anticipated event is expected to see over 45,000 people in attendance. Tickets are on sale today!

Surrey Fusion Festival

Experience a celebration of cultural diversity through food, music, fashion, and fun activities at the City of Surrey's Fusion Festival. From July 20-21, Holland Park comes back alive with another highly-attended event featuring seven stages, cultural pavilions, a kids zone, sports zone, over 200 performers, food trucks, and numerous exhibitors showcasing engaging activities.

 

Over 55 pavilions join the lineup of internationally-themed booths, featuring art and cuisine from countries like Venezuela, Uruguay, Haiti, and Belgium. One notable focus this year is the ‘Celebrate Africa’ Zone, which celebrates African culture through music, food, and art throughout the festival.

 

The annual festival was named "Best Festival" at the regional Canadian Event Industry Awards in 2017 and Special Event Magazine Awards competition in 2014.

 

After wandering, dancing, and eating your way through Holland Park's largest events, head to Best Western King George for a relaxing sleep only a fifteen-minute train or five-minute car ride away from festival grounds.

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