Where, When and Getting Here

    Surrey Canada Day is a free event on July 1 at Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre (17728 64 Ave) in Surrey, BC and is open from 10am to 10:30pm Surrey Canada Day is situated on the on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territories of the Salish Peoples, including the q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie), q̓ʷɑ:n̓ƛ̓ən̓ (Kwantlen), and sǝmyámǝ (Semiahmoo) land-based nations.

    No! Surrey Canada Day offers free admission. Entrance is permitted on a first come, first served basis and is subject to capacity restrictions.

    Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre is located within the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, on the corner of 64 Ave and 176 St. TransLink encourages people to use a Compass Card or pre-purchase their return tickets on the day they intend to travel, which can be done at any Compass Vending Machine. 

    For further transit information, please contact Translink at 604-953-3333 or click on Trip Planner at translink.ca.

    Surrey Canada Day offers limited free public parking within the Cloverdale Fairgrounds. Attendees can enter the parking lots off of 62 Ave or 60 Ave. Utilizing carpools when driving to the event is highly recommended.

    The Bicycle Valet will be on site monitoring and parking bikes in bike racks at Gate 8, off 64 Ave and 176 St. 

    If you have additional questions about the event, please email specialevents@surrey.ca 


    Health and Safety

      Prohibited items include: 

      •    Animals
      •    Barbecues
      •    Drugs or alcohol
      •    Any weapon or item that can be used as a weapon
      •    Pop-up tents
      •    Unsealed bottles or beverages (only empty water bottles will be permitted)
      •    Large umbrellas (only small, compact umbrellas will be permitted)
      •    Signs or placards
      •    Hard coolers

      *Additional items may be deemed prohibited or illicit as per event security.

      All guests will be subject to search for prohibited and illicit items upon entry in the interest of public and patron safety.

      No. Smoking of cigarettes, vapes and cannabis are prohibited. There are no designated smoking areas on site.

      Food, Drinks and Amenities

        Surrey Canada Day offers many vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free food and beverage options from over 30 food trucks.


        Alcoholic beverages can be purchased within “The Communtiy Hub” area located near Gate 5 between 12:00pm and 10:00pm. Two drinks can be served per person at one time. All customers wishing to purchase alcoholic beverages must first obtain a DAV (Drinking Age Verified) wristband from security guards. Patrons must be 19+ to purchase alcohol, and will produce two pieces of ID (an official government issued I.D. that include your name, picture, signature, and date of birth such as a drivers’ license or passport and a secondary piece of I.D. with your name and signature such as a credit card) to receive their DAV wristband. Once they have a wristband, they can be served a licensed beverage. 

        Minors accompanied by their parent or guardian will be permitted to enter the licensed area.

        Surrey Canada Day encourages touchless debit and credit payments at food trucks and other vendors at the event.

        Collapsible lawn chairs and blankets are permitted on site. We ask that attendees respect those around them, and do not block stage viewing for other attendees if seated on chairs. 

        Guests may use personal cameras and mobile phones to take photos inside the venue. To apply for media accreditation and access to the photography pit at the festival, please email specialevents@surrey.ca 



          The City of Surrey has an unwavering commitment to creating events that are enjoyable and inclusive to everyone. 

          Accessibility services include:

          • Limited Accessible Vehicle Parking: Accessible parking is available on a first come, first served basis in Lot D in front of the Cloverdale Rec Centre.
          • ASL Interpreter: An ASL interpreter is present at all events on the main stage during ceremonies to translate speeches by land-based Nations, elected officials, and dignitaries
          • Accessible Viewing Deck: Surrey Canada Day offers a reserved accessible viewing deck in front of the Main Stage that provides an elevated and comfortable space for those who require it. Reservations must be made 48 hours before the event. Email specialevents@surrey.ca to reserve a space.
          • Wheelchair Accessible Picnic Tables: Accessible picnic tables are positioned in eating areas.
          • Paved Pathways: 6-foot wide paved pathways are available throughout Bill Reid Millennium Amphitheatre.
          • Adult and Baby Changing Facilities: Surrey Canada Day is equipped with adult change tables and baby change tables to ensure convenient, safe, and comfortable changing spaces for families and those of all abilities.
          • Accessible Washrooms: Numerous accessible porta-potties are strategically placed throughout the event.
          • Sensory Friendly Spaces: Hosted by the Canucks Autism Network, the City’s major events feature dedicated sensory-friendly spaces furnished with noise-canceling headphones and sensory toys.
          • Wayfinding Information: Adequate wayfinding information is strategically positioned to raise awareness of available facilities at the event.
          • Accessibility Map: An accessibility map will be posted on the event website and shared on social media.

          The City of Surrey offers a Sensory Space for anyone looking for a quiet, comfortable space during the event. This is located near Gate 6 behind the pond.