Trooper and Harlequin double bill Canada Day Surrey



Surrey has announced its entertainment line-up for Canada Day, and this year the event includes a double-bill.

Both Trooper and Harlequin will be performing at the July 1 event held at the Cloverdale Amphitheatre, which is sponsored by Coast Capital Savings and the City of Surrey.

“Surrey’s Canada Day festivities continue to impress year after year,” Mayor Dianne Watts said in a release. “This year’s celebration of Canada’s 144th birthday features a free concert with world class performers including Trooper, Harlequin and Lisa Brokop.  There is fun to be had by all and I look forward to seeing you there with your friends and family.”

The entertainment line-up runs non-stop all day with two other distinct double bills: Pop songstress and TV star Elise Estrada (Beverly Hills Ninja 2, Rock Star Academy and Love Court) is teamed up with The Latency for a session of pure pop from 5 pm to 7 pm.  Canadian country stars, The Jeffersons featuring Lisa Brokop, and the amazing Tribute to Johnny Cash – Big River, will perform mid-afternoon.

Other special attractions include Shooting Star Amusement Rides featuring the Gravitron and the Zipper, plus a full range of family-oriented talent for the younger crowd, interactive games and bouncy castles for the kids.

Surrey’s Canada Day will take place Friday July 1st at the Cloverdale Millennium Amphitheatre located 176 Street & 64th Avenue.  The event is free to the public and gates open at 10 a.m. with the fireworks at 10:15 p.m.

 

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