July 1, 2023 - 12:00
Canada Day in Whistler is jam-packed with fun activities for everyone. This National Holiday falls on July 1 every year, and Whistler celebrates in style with block parties, concerts, a parade, fireworks and more! What better way to celebrate Canada Day than enjoying the natural beauty of Whistler.
Canada Day Parade - July 1
Dress in a red & white outfit and celebrate with Whistler crowd in a Canadian style. The parade kicks off at Noon and meanders along the Village Stroll, from Olympic Plaza for Mountain Square. The parade theme this year is the Great Canadian Campout, so there are sure to be some silly and wacky costumes! There is also Street Entertainment all throughout the Village Stroll from Noon to 6pm.
Canada Day Concert - July 1 at 7:30 pm
The Tenors will perform classical music at the open concert space at the Whistler Olympic Plaza on July 1. The music starts at 7:30 pm, so bring a blanket or a camping chair for a memorable evening under the stars.
Village Vibe on Canada Day
The village stroll will be full of colors & street entertainment and the best way to absorb it all is to find a spot to sit and watch. Summer patios are a great place to do just that while eating some mouth-watering brekky or brunch. The famous Whistler Farmer's Market is also happening on Canada Day, so be sure to check this out from 11 am to 4 pm in Blackcomb's Upper Village.
Pick Your Thing & Have Fun
Whistler has so much to offer all-year-round but July is one of the best months to visit!
Whistler offers free transit for the long weekend, but check out our blog post on parking for more info if you do have to drive.
Images: Mike Crane / Justa Jeskova / Feet Banks