There’s no shortage of things to do to celebrate Canada Day in Edmonton this year! Here’s where to go:
Canada Day Fireworks Finale
Enjoy the magnificent fireworks display over Edmonton’s river valley parks and the North Saskatchewan River. Fireworks start at 11pm.
City Hall Canada Day Celebration
From noon to 4, celebrate our nation’s birthday with free Canada Day activities at City Hall. The fun kicks off with a Canada Day ceremony in the City Room, followed by live music and dancing, kids’ crafts, City Hall tours, displays, give-aways and more. Free family fun for all ages!
Canada Day at the Edmonton Valley Zoo
From 11 to 4pm you can celebrate Canada Day and the Edmonton Valley Zoo’s 57th birthday! Visit the Canadian animals, eat a red and white cupcake, and enjoy a wonderful mix of family activities and entertainment.
Canada Day at the Muttart Conservatory
Celebrate our nation’s 149th birthday with a visit to the Muttart Conservatory. Enjoy live music, Canada Day crafts and face painting. Visit the Muttart’s own maple tree in the temperate pyramids. Treats and fun activities will be available throughout the day – a fun event for the whole family!
Dominion Day at Fort Edmonton Park
From 10-5pm It’s the 149th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada! Celebrate the traditional Edmonton way: watch an authentic parade, toast to the Queen, sing Happy Birthday, and take part in other royal activities. Avoid the line ups; visit Fort Edmonton Park to buy your tickets online.
Mill Woods Celebrates Canada Day
Come to Mill Woods Park (66 Street & 23 Avenue) and join in on the free family activities including hay rides, a petting zoo, carnival games, live music and more! Children’s activities from 1-6pm. Main stage entertainment begins at 3pm. Fireworks display takes place at 11pm. For road closure details, see the Current Traffic Disruptions map.
Chinatown Night Market
Celebrate Canada Day in front of Wong’s Benevolent Association (96 Street, between 102 and 103 Avenues) with cultural performances, craft and trinket sales and food trucks. (Please note that 96 Street will be closed to vehicles between Jasper Avenue and 103A Avenue.) Market runs from 4-9pm.
Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature
From 10-7pm celebrate Canada Day at the Alberta Legislature with entertainment and activities for all ages. Enjoy some of the best local Alberta talent in music and dance along with roving performers and interesting exhibits throughout the grounds, the plaza and in the Edmonton Federal Building. (Please note that 107 Street south from 99 Avenue to the Royal Glenora Club will be closed to vehicles from 4am on July 1 to 2am on July 2.)