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The wait is finally over, Canada Day Long Weekend is here! 

Come out and celebrate Canada Day weekend in classic Whistler-style with street entertainment, special events & activities, and a free concert! No matter where you spend you weekend in Whistler it’s guaranteed to be a blast! 

Take a look at a few of the things you can do to celebrate Canada this weekend:

Whistler Village Canada Day Parade

Photo Credit – Mike Crane

Canada Day Parade

O, CANADA! Join the festivities in Whistler Village on July 1st, starting with a parade through the Village Stroll and followed by a bunch of special activities throughout the rest of the day. Dress up in your finest red and white and head into Whistler Village for a great time!

Whistler Farmers’ Market

While you’re visiting Whistler for the weekend, why not stop by the Whistler Farmers Market. A special Saturday edition of the market has been added on June 29th for the Canada Day Long Weekend. Plus, you can browse the market on Sunday as well.

The Whistler Farmers Market is the perfect place to grab your loved ones a gift. You will find fresh local produce, tasty food and refreshing beverages, artisan crafts, live entertainment, and more. Swing by the Upper Village from 11am to 4pm to check it out!

Blackcomb Base Family Adventure Zone

The Blackcomb Base Adventure Zone is located right next door to the Farmers Market! Grab the whole family and enjoy! Kids can play mini-golf, climb, ride the luge, and bounce on the bouncy castles.

Learn More about the Family Adventure Zone on Whistler Blackcomb!

Whistler Olympic Plaza Canada Day Concert

Photo Credit – Mike Crane

Whistler Presents: The Tenors

Cap off Canada Day with a free live performance by The Tenors at Whistler Olympic Plaza. Grab your family, a blanket or chairs and come watch this multi-platinum selling trio blend classical music and contemporary pop. Plus, there will be a small wine garden for adults to enjoy. All this with a beautiful mountain backdrop, you won’t want to miss the show! Does it get more Canadian?