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Canada Day in Canada’s Capital Region
Festivities will take place on June 30 at Major’s Hill Park and on July 1st at three official sites: Parliament Hill and Major’s Hill Park in Ottawa, and the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau.
Be well prepared to enjoy Canada day to the fullest!
Parliament Hill will be bursting with fun-filled activities and live musical performances by well-known and emerging artists from across Canada. Canada’s Capital Region is definitely the place to be during this year’s celebration.
Canadians and visitors from around the world are invited to make their way to the Canada Day festivities early for a great morning lineup of activities.
Hosted by Lisa Charleyboy and Marième, the Canada Day Noon Show will include remarks from dignitaries, a flypast by the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and unique performances by Canadian artists: Arkells, Lights, Brigitte Boisjoli, Iskwé, Jean-Marc Couture, Rose Cousins, Martina Ortiz Luis and Queen Ka.
At 5:30 p.m., there will be an aerial show by the Canadian Forces Snowbirds.
The Canada Day Evening Show will feature the following artists: Arkells, Lights, Brigitte Boisjoli, Iskwé, Jean-Marc Couture, Ruth B, Klô Pelgag, The Dead South, Rose Cousins, Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine, DJ Shub and Boogát.
The evening will end with a dazzling 15-minute President’s Choice pyro-musical show at 10 p.m.
Major’s Hill Park
On June 30, visitors can enjoy activities for the whole family, including unique circus performances, games and a community culinary experience. Groove to the beats of musical talent from Ottawa: Elijah Woods x Jamie Fine; MEGAPHONO Showcase featuring LeFLOFRANCO, SeiiizMikk and Jah’kota; and in the evening, Andréanne A. Malette and River Town Saints.
On July 1, the same exciting experience awaits people of all ages, with performances by a diverse lineup of artists including Charlotte Cardin, the Noubi Trio, The Beaches, Logan Staats, Jacobus and La Bronze.
Canadian Museum of History
On July 1, people can head to the Canadian Museum of History and enjoy free family-friendly programming, including many participatory activities. The Museum is also the best place to watch the pyro-musical show as it lights up the night sky in Ottawa–Gatineau.
Canada Day celebrations in Canada’s Capital Region are made possible thanks to official sponsors President’s Choice, Manulife and Tim Hortons, as well as the valuable support of more than 500 dedicated volunteers.