This year’s Surrey Fusion Festival is back and better than ever, featuring 45 worldly pavillions displaying their cultures, wares, and flavours for festival goers for the entire weekend of July 21-22.
This is one of my favourite things to do with DJ during the summer. I love the multicultural aspect of our city and what better way to introduce my child to it than by music and food.
This year there are six stages featuring musical acts from all over the world, including Grammy winner Ricky Kej in concert – he will be on stage with 6 International Grammy Awardees from India, Canada, USA, Ghana, Vietnam and members of Surrey’s brand new Symphony Orchestra.
Food? There’s so much food, so much glorious food, delicious food, from all over the world. Craving BBQ? Head over to the Cuban Pavilion – just follow the mouth-watering smells. Souvlaki? Greece is just around the corner. Vietnamese, Mexican, Chinese, Salvadorean? You get the idea.
If bringing the kids, this event is super family friendly. There’s face painting, story time, activities, and an entire kid’s zone complete with bouncy castles and a giant slide. There’s an indigenous village where kids of all ages can learn about first nations’ culture and history.
Don’t miss the Surrey Fusion Festival this weekend in Holland Park in Surrey. Admission is free. Click here for more details.